Foxtel Media Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Foxtel Media's estimated annual revenue is currently $35M per year.(i)
  • Foxtel Media's estimated revenue per employee is $193,370

Employee Data

  • Foxtel Media has 181 Employees.(i)
  • Foxtel Media grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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We are Foxtel Media. Established in 1997 as the Multi Channel Network, we are the award-winning sales house for the Foxtel Group. As a pioneer of innovative advertising solutions we have led the development of local and world leading initiatives including Australia's largest TV audience panel, Multiview, Australia's most advanced trading platform, Landmark, and the world's first integrated programmatic private marketplace for TV. Now, as a part of the Foxtel Group we continue to command the attention of our audience by putting their viewing experience first. Using the rich data, exciting new ad formats and deep integration we create a closer connection. Foxtel Media brings life to campaigns, creating insight-driven communication solutions, which not only reach, but create a dialogue with consumers. As part of the Foxtel Group, one of Australia's most innovative and dynamic media companies, owned by News Corp Australia and Telstra, our purpose is to bring home Australia's most valued entertainment experience.



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Foxtel Media News

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2022-03-30 - Stakes are high as Foxtel IPO decision looms

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