The German broadcast giant said growth in TV advertising drove the quarterly results, but added that its diversification efforts are paying off, with 43% of revenues coming from outside of the TV ads business.
Quarterly revenues were €802 million, a 22% increase year on year. EBITDA profit was up 12% across the same period, taking the total to €170 million.
ProSieben recently instigated a wide-ranging restructure to better integrate its digital business and says non-TV sales will account for half of the total by 2018.
In the content and global sales category, ProSieben said its investments in international prodcos helped drive revenues of €63 million, a 38% uptick year on year. EBITDA profit was €5 million versus €1 million across the same period.
In the wake of the latest results, CEO, Thomas Ebeling, said: “Thanks to considerably higher TV advertising revenues and the dynamically growing digital business, we are successfully pursuing our growth trajectory.
“By 2018, we want to increase revenues to €4.2 billion, which is a plus of €1.85 billion compared to 2012. We already realised almost 60% of this target.”
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