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Score Media's studio in Toronto.

Charla Jones/The Globe and Mail

Score Media Inc. posted a $1.3-million loss for its latest quarter as it increased spending on product development and efforts to win sales in the U.S. market.

The Toronto-based sports-oriented media company says second-quarter revenue fell by about half a million dollars from a year earlier to $10.4-million.

Score Media said it expects to see positive results from its U.S. sales efforts in the next two quarters.

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The loss for the quarter ended Feb. 29 amounted to two cents per share, before adjustments.

A year earlier, Score broke even with $225,000 of net income and $10.9-million of revenue.

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