Prime Media’s (ASX:PRT)
interim financial results for the half-year ended 31 December 2020 show total revenue edged 1 per cent higher year on year to $91.7 million.
The regional TV broadcaster’s statutory profit after tax was up 126.9 per cent to $10.1 million.
Revenue from contracts with customers though was down 4.7 per cent on the prior period.
$5.2 million in one off government subsidies and $2.8 million of cost cuts helped to offset the drop.
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation were up 65.6 per cent on the prior year to $19.1 million.
Shares in Prime Media (ASX:PRT)
closed 5.77 per cent lower at 24 cents yesterday.