Canadian television broadcasters' revenues fell 1.3 per cent to $7.5 billion last year, with the decline affecting “every segment of the industry, except specialty television,” Statistics Canada said Monday. Advertising revenues, in particular, declined 2.3 per cent from 2012 to 2013, to $3.4 billion, the federal agency said on its website. Conventional-TV stations saw their operating revenue decline six per cent to $3.4 billion last year, Statistics Canada's data showed. Specialty TV, the lone segment where business was up, saw its revenue rise 5.2 per cent to $3.3 billion last year, Statistics Canada said, thanks largely to an 8.1 per cent increase in cable subscription revenues and 4.8 per cent rise in satellite subscription revenues. Subscriptions accounted for 58.8 per cent of specialty channels' operating revenues last year, Statistics Canada said. Statistics Canada said it had used previously published data from the CRTC on specialty channels for this report.