- May 28, 2007
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Media & Broadcasting
e.tv had an outstanding year with revenues up 31 percent and profits after tax up 95percent last year, its JSE-listed parent Hosken Consolidated Investments said in its results for the year ended March.
“The station has been through a difficult period with several key presenters leaving, but is now consolidating itself,” Hosken said.
Source: Sowetan – staff reporter