Corus Entertainment Inc. reported Tuesday its first-quarter revenues were $420.3 million, down 10 per cent from the same period a year earlier. Profits, meanwhile, were down three per cent to $178.6 million in the three-month period ending Nov. 30. TV revenues fell from $430 million to $392.1 million and radio was down to $28.3 million from $37.9 million. The company said in a release that TV advertising revenues were down 14 per cent, an improvement from the advertising declines it saw in previous quarters.\u00a0 It said the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic \u201ccontinue to negatively impact advertising revenues.\u201d Another impact the second wave of the pandemic and resulting new restrictions are having is uncertainty over what TV shows the broadcaster can expect to have on its schedule, CEO Doug Murphy told analysts on a conference call. He noted \u201cconditions in California in particular\u201d regarding pandemic-related shut downs are part of the reason for uncertainty.\u00a0 \u201cWe know what we\u2019ve got in the can coming in for Q2 and the beginning half of Q3,\u201d he said.