News Corp Australia Revenue and Competitors

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Darlinghurst, AU



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • News Corp Australia's estimated annual revenue is currently $719.8M per year.(i)
  • News Corp Australia's estimated revenue per employee is $287,000

Employee Data

  • News Corp Australia has 2508 Employees.(i)
  • News Corp Australia grew their employee count by -3% last year.
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Journalism, News and current affairs, Media, Advertising, Cross platform, Newspapers, Magazines, Digital media, Publishing, Entertainment, Food, Lifestyle, Sport, Real Estate, Subscription TV News Corp Australia is Australia's number one media and digital real estate company and a subsidiary of News Corp, a global leader in digital and print media, book publishing and real estate services. We reach more than 15 million Australians each month through our diverse portfolio of publications and associated businesses. Our affiliated companies include REA Group, Foxtel, Fox Sports Australia, Sky News Australia, HarperCollins, Hipages, Storyful, Unruly, and Dow Jones.



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News Corp Australia News

2022-04-20 - Tekkorp adds former Playtech, SG Digital executive Steve Schrier following News Corp Australia deal

Gaming investment firm Tekkorp Capital is adding seasoned executive Steve Schrier to its team, the venture capital fund set up by gaming...

2022-04-13 - Soft focus: News Corp embraces Morrison and Joyce’s flattering election photos

Daily Telegraph condemns 'offensive posts'. Plus: Crikey correspondent wins plaudits for epic apology. Barnaby Joyce has appointed News Corp...

2022-04-13 - News Corp Will Help Launch Online Sports-Betting Company in Australia

News Corp NWS -3.98%? is entering the sports-betting market, joining a consortium to launch an online wagering brand in Australia,...

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