Corus Entertainment Inc.’s consolidated revenues fell by five per cent in its first fiscal quarter of 2013 due to lower revenues across its television sector. In a financial report released Monday, Corus said its consolidated radio and TV revenues for the three-month period that ended Nov. 30, 2012 totalled $226.15 million, down six per cent from $236.89 million in the same period the previous year. Corus—which is owned by the same family that owns Shaw Communications Inc.—said its television revenues fell in the quarter to $173.82 million from $185.03 million the previous year. Radio revenues grew, Corus said, reaching $52.32 million compared to $51.86 million in the same period the previous year. In the report, Corus said its profits rose by two per cent in the quarter to reach $92.7 million, up from $91.2 million in the same quarter a year earlier. Corus said subscriber revenues grew by one per cent in the quarter, as its Movie Central channel finished the quarter with 998,000 subscribers, up 22,000 from the previous quarter. “Corus has delivered a solid first quarter, achieving double-digit growth in Radio, strong Women’s advertising sales, subscriber gains on Pay television and continued success in controlling costs, which was partially offset by soft results in our Kids business,” John Cassaday, president and CEO of Corus, said in a statement.