As Holding Company Losses Grow
Posted by Milton Griepp on July 15, 2018 @ 7:54 pm CT
Publishing revenues were down over a million dollars, the company said in its filing, which it attributed to "timing of significant major brand titles," and as it has for a number of quarters, to "industry cyclical downward pressures driven by market leaders." Digital was down $111,000 due to timing, while game sales were up $440,000 and "other" revenue was up $201,000.
Overall IDW Media Holdings, Inc., which operates IDW, IDW Entertainment, and brochure and digital marketing company CTM Media Group, had sales of $8.7 million for the quarter, down about 2%, and posted a $2.2 million loss, which was about 23% worse than the year ago period.
IDW Entertainment showed a $622,000 loss, $40,000 more than the year ago period, but the big move was in CTM, which had a $967,000 loss, up from the $642,000 loss in the year ago period. Expenses were up on flat sales, a bad combination.
There were some improvements from the company’s fiscal Q1, ended January 31 (see "Publishing Declines Continued in IDW’s Q1"), with slowing declines in publishing revenues.
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