How do I contact Fairfax media?
- Contact name: Miss Susan Kelly.
- Chief Executive Officer.
- Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd.
- (02) 9282 2504.
- (02) 9282 2849.
- [email protected].
- GPO Box 506. SYDNEY NSW 2001.
Who is Fairfax media owned by?
Nine Entertainment Co.
Shareholders in Nine Entertainment Co. took a 51% of the combined entity and Fairfax shareholders own 49%….Fairfax Media.
|Formerly||John Fairfax and Sons John Fairfax Holdings (before 2007)|
|Products||Newspapers Radio Magazines Websites|
|Revenue||AU$1.73 billion (25 June 2017)|
Is stuff owned by Fairfax?
Stuff is a New Zealand news media website owned by Stuff Ltd (formerly called Fairfax). It is the most popular news website in New Zealand, with a monthly unique audience of more than 2 million.
Who owns Stuff NZ?
It has been a year since Sinead Boucher bought Stuff for a dollar. (First published May 2021.) Stuff owner and chief executive Sinead Boucher is gifting a 10 per cent share of the media firm to the company’s close to 900 staff.
How do I cancel my AFR subscription?
Can I change or cancel my subscription? You can change or cancel your subscription at any time. Change your subscription in My Account or cancel your subscription by calling our customer service team on 13 66 66.
How do I submit an article to Sydney Morning Herald?
To submit a press release or advise of a story, email us at [email protected].
Is Stan owned by Netflix?
Stan also includes a growing library of their own original film and television content. With over 2.3 million subscribers, Stan is the second largest streaming service in Australia, behind Netflix….Stan (service)
|Type of site||OTT video streaming|
|Revenue||A$149.1 million (H1 FY2021)|
|Parent||Nine Entertainment Co.|
Who owns the Australian?
Parent companies. The Australian is published by News Corp Australia, an asset of News Corp, which also owns the sole daily newspapers in Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, and Darwin, and the most circulated metropolitan daily newspapers in Sydney and Melbourne. News Corp’s Chairman and Founder is Rupert Murdoch.
Who bought stuff for $1?
On 25 May, Nine Entertainment agreed to sell Stuff to Stuff’s chief executive Sinead Boucher for NZ$1, with the transaction due to be completed by 31 May.
Why is stuff called Stuff?
“The word first came up in the conversation in that return briefing. It was like, ‘all the stuff you do’… we walked out of that meeting and I turned around and went, ‘It’s Stuff, it’s got to be Stuff! It’s as democratised as you can get – it’s just all the stuff of life’.”
Which is the best NZ bank?
TSB has been named the nation’s favourite bank for the sixth year in a row. The 2021 Consumer New Zealand People’s Choice Award for banking has been won by TSB after customers praised it for being the “best bank in NZ” during the annual industry survey.
Which banks are NZ owned?
List of Banks
|Country / Headquarters||Company name||Parent Co.|
|Auckland, New Zealand||ANZ Bank New Zealand||Australia and New Zealand Banking Group|
|Auckland, New Zealand||ASB Bank||Commonwealth Bank|
|Auckland, New Zealand||Westpac New Zealand||Westpac|
When did Fairfax Media start the Brisbane Times?
On 7 March 2007, Fairfax Media announced a new website for Brisbane, called the Brisbane Times. The website initially employed 14 journalists and was an attempt by Fairfax to break into the South East Queensland market.
When did Fairfax Media start its business website?
On 20 March 2007 Fairfax Media launched a new business website, BusinessDay.com.au that aggregated feeds from the other news vehicles in the Fairfax stable as well as “from the world’s most respected news sources”. It featured breaking news updated “every 15 minutes”.
When did Fairfax Media merge with Macquarie Radio?
In 2014, Fairfax Media founded online streaming company Stan with Nine Entertainment Co., investing $50 million into the joint venture. In December 2014, Fairfax merged with Macquarie Radio Network. Under the deal, Fairfax gained a 55% share in Macquarie.
When did Fairfax Media lose control of the company?
The Fairfax family lost control of the company in December 1990. It was renamed from John Fairfax Holdings to Fairfax Media in 2007. The Australian Financial Review was founded in 1951. In that decade, Fairfax started two television stations, ATN and QTQ.