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Nine Entertainment Says Mike Sneesby Will Join Board As Managing Director
Nine Entertainment Signs New Regional TV Affiliation Deal With WIN Corp
Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd Appoints Mike Sneesby As CEO
Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd is an Australia-based media company. The Company operates brands across news, business and finance, lifestyle, entertainment and sport. Its segments include Broadcasting, Digital and Publishing, Domain Group and Stan. Broadcasting includes free to air television activities and metropolitan radio networks in Australia. Digital and Publishing segment includes Nine Digital, including Nine Digital Pty Limited and other digital activities and Metropolitan Media, including metropolitan news, sport, lifestyle and business media across various platforms. Domain Group segment includes real estate media and services businesses. Stan includes its subscription video on demand service. Its assets include the Nine Television Network, video on demand platform 9Now, mastheads, such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and Australian Financial Review, digital properties and CarAdvice and investments in Domain and Future Women.
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Sydney NSW 2000, L 6 264 George St
Peter Howard Costello
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
Nicholas Graham Falloon
Independent Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer
Rachel J. Launders
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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The chief executive of New Zealand media Stuff said on Monday she bought the company from Australian broadcaster Nine Entertainment Holdings Ltd <NEC.AX> for NZ$1 (61 cents) to maintain local ownership.
Australia-listed Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd on Monday said it had agreed to sell New Zealand-based Stuff to that company's chief executive officer for NZ$1, a week after NZME dropped its bid for the news website operator.
* NOTIFIED NZME THAT IT HAS TERMINATED FURTHER ENGAGEMENT WITH NZME.
One of New Zealand's biggest media organisations, NZME Ltd <NZM.NZ>, asked the government on Monday for special legislation to allow it to buy rival news firm Stuff for a dollar, saying urgent consolidation was needed due to the coronavirus crisis.
Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd : * HY REVENUE FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES FROM CONT OPS UP 65.7% TO $1.18 BLN * INTERIM FULLY FRANKED DIVIDEND OF 5CPS DECLARED * HY PROFIT FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES AFTER TAX FROM CONT OPS DOWN BY 40.5% TO $101.9 MLN
NZME Ltd <NZM.NZ>, the owner of New Zealand's top-selling newspaper, said on Tuesday it was in talks with Nine Entertainment Co Holdings <NEC.AX> to buy rival news firm Stuff and has made a proposal to New Zealand's government about a possible transaction.
Nine Entertainment <NEC.AX> on Monday offered to buy the remaining stake in Macquarie Media <MRN.AX> in a deal which values the company at A$275.4 million ($186.8 million), consolidating the broadcaster's position in radio.
Australian television network Nine Entertainment Co Holdings on Tuesday said it would sell its Australian Community Media and Printing business to a company associated with ex-Domain Holdings CEO Antony Catalano and Thorney Investment Group.
Newspaper publisher Fairfax Media Ltd said on Monday it received overwhelming support from its shareholders for the A$2.16 billion ($1.6 billion) buyout from television network Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd .
Australia's competition watchdog said on Thursday it will not oppose Nine Entertainment Co Holding's <NEC.AX> A$2.16 billion ($1.6 billion) buyout of newspaper publisher Fairfax Media Ltd <FXJ.AX>, paving the way for one of the country's biggest media shake-ups.
Australia's competition watchdog said it will not oppose Nine Entertainment Co Holding's buyout of newspaper publisher Fairfax Media Ltd.
Newspaper publisher Fairfax Media Ltd <FXJ.AX> said on Thursday it had agreed to a A$2.16 billion ($1.6 billion) buyout from television network Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd <NEC.AX>, in one of the biggest shake-ups in Australian media for decades.
Television broadcaster Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd said on Thursday that it had entered a scheme implementation agreement to acquire newspaper publisher Fairfax Media Ltd for A$2.16 billion ($1.61 billion).
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