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MarketWatch.com’s Licensing/Syndication Revenues Now Account for 52 Percent of Total: The financial news and information company MarketWatch…

MarketWatch.com’s Licensing/Syndication Revenues Now Account for 52 Percent of Total: The financial news and information company MarketWatch.com has reported higher net revenues of $12.0 million in Q2, compared to $11.9 million in the same quarter of 2001. Net loss was $4.1 million compared to $19.7 million for the same period of 2001.

Licensing revenues, mainly through BigCharts.com, now account for 52 percent of total net revenues–at $6.3 million–with other revenues (primarily television, radio and subscriptions) increasing 39 percent–standing at $1.1 million–over the same period last year, and now representing 9 percent of total net revenues.

For more on the company’s plans, read an interview I did with CEO Larry Kramer, titled “CBS MarketWatch’s Larry Kramer: Distribution is the Name of the Game.” (free registration required)

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