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Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp Group expects advertising revenue to plummet by 15 per cent this year. The most recently filed accounts for the group show it had accumulated losses of €29.4 million.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
28th February, 2009

Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp Group expects advertising revenue to plummet by 15 per cent this year.

The most recently filed accounts for the group show it had accumulated losses of €29.4 million.

That was in 2007, before Communicorp splashed out €200 million buying Today FM and its then sister stations, Dublin-based FM104 and Highland Radio in Donegal.

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