Publishing firm Culturecom Holdings yesterday revealed it was again looking for fresh capital, after making a $33 million cash call last month. Culturecom, publisher of the Tin Tin Daily News - said it was 'currently in discussion with an independent third party with respect to the possibility of a placing of new warrants to independent investors'. No further information was revealed in its statement. Culturecom changed hands in December, when Australia-listed ViaGold Capital bought a 32 per cent interest in the company from publisher Sally Aw's Sing Tao Holdings. Culturecom also said it would convene a special general meeting for shareholders in March, when it hopes to seek a general mandate to issue and deal shares. The firm sold shares totalling about 20 per cent of its issued share capital last month via a rights issue. Culturecom reported a widening net loss to $31.12 million for the six months to September, citing plunging circulation and falling advertising revenues.