Dave Lee Travis told reporters outside court: "I'm not over the moon about any of this today.
"I don't feel like there's a victory in any way shape or form."
He also said that he had "been through a year-and-a-half of hell" and that he had spent so much money on the trial that he had to sell his house.
"I did lose my reputation as well, which I may try and get back later," he added.
Asked by reporters outside Southwark Crown Court if he was delighted by the result, Dave Lee Travis said: "No, I'm not delighted at all."
Dave Lee Travis showed no reaction and looked straight ahead as the verdicts were read out in court today.
The 68-year-old was allowed to remain seated as the verdicts were passed and listened with the aid of headphones, as he had done during the four weeks of evidence.
His wife Marianne supported him from the public gallery as the verdicts were announced but did not show any emotion.
She sat next to Margaret Merritt, Travis's personal assistant in the 1970s, who gave evidence as a defence witness.
The jury failed to reach verdicts on two of the charges against Dave Lee Travis and were discharged at Southwark Crown Court today.
Travis, 68, showed no reaction as the verdicts were read out, looking straight ahead.
The eight female and four male jurors had been deliberating for around 20 hours after the four-week trial.
There will be a further hearing at the same court on February 24 to decide if there should be a retrial of the two outstanding charges.
Veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis has been found not guilty of 12 indecent assault charges and the jury at London's Southwark Crown Court has failed to reach verdicts on two other charges.
Prosecutors have received full files of evidence in relation to DJ Dave Lee Travis, Jim Davidson and a 53-year-old man who was arrested on 2nd January.
They have also given early investigative advice to police in relation to Rolf Harris, Freddie Starr and Gary Glitter.
Ex-BBC DJ Dave Lee Travis has had his bail renewed for another month.
Travis has been arrested twice by detectives from Operation Yewtree, the investigation prompted by the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal. He denies the allegations.
Dave Lee Travis has told the media he has not been charged by police and his "conscience is clear."
The DJ, who was re-arrested by Savile police over further allegations of sexual assault on Monday, denied any wrong-doing and said his reputation had been "tarnished" and "dragged through the mud".
Dave Lee Travis was arrested on Monday as he answered bail following his arrest in November.