In the financial year ending March 31st, 2008, CyberMedia recorded revenues of US$23 million and a net income of US$1.1 million. The majority of revenues (almost 57%) are generated by the print properties. The Media Services division accounts for approximately 34% of overall revenues – this includes 16% from custom content services and 14% from CyberMedia’s IDC market research franchise. 

Established in 1982, CyberMedia describes itself as South Asia’s largest specialty media house. The company’s key businesses include print publications, websites, events, market research and outsourced publishing services. CyberMedia produces 16 publications, 12 websites and manages a portfolio of events covering the IT, telecom, consumer electronics and biotech segments. The company’s other media businesses include IT-focused TV programmes, market research, content outsourcing and business process outsourcing. The company was listed on the Mumbai stock exchange in June 2005.

Print titles include Dataquest, PCQuest, Voice&Data, BioSpectrum, Living Digital, DQ Channels, DQ Week, Global Services, DARE and Halsbury’s Law. The company also maintains a portfolio of 12 websites led by CIOL ( which the company describes as India’s largest technology site. CIOL sits at the centre of CyberMedia’s network of 12 websites which serve technology users, vendors, solution providers and services companies across India.   Source:  Special Report on CyberMedia – To obtain the full report contact: Kerry Wong Researcher

BIIA Newsletter March 2009 Issue