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John Fellet on Sky's surprise jump in subs, playing second fiddle to Russell Stanners

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Fri, 26 Aug 2016

Sky TV today reported a full-year net profit of $147.1 million – even worse than it warned about in May when it warned NPAT would be at the bottom end of its guidance ($153-159 million; last year the pay TV broadcaster made $171.8 million).

Revenue was static at $982 million.

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John Fellet on Sky's surprise jump in subs, playing second fiddle to Russell Stanners
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