Foxtel is one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic media companies, delivering a diverse subscription television service to both regional and metropolitan areas over cable, satellite and broadband distribution.
Foxtel offers a better entertainment experience every day to each one of their 2.3 million subscribing homes through delivery of exclusive and inspiring programming across all genres, the world’s most popular channel brands, and investment in high quality local content.
As constant champions of innovation, Foxtel has brought customers the latest personal digital recording technology, Australia’s largest HD offering, FOXTEL 3D, and in 2012, the most comprehensive Olympic Games coverage Australia has ever seen.
Foxtel also supports a subscription television sector which invests around $600 million every year in new and original Australian content.
Since the completion of the merger with Austar on 24 May 2012, Foxtel directly employs around 2,500 people and a further 2,000 workers are indirectly engaged in sales and installation services nationally.
The Foxtel Television Centre at North Ryde in Sydney is the headquarters of Foxtel’s national subscription television operations and houses Foxtel’s television studios, broadcast operations and cable and satellite transmission facilities. Foxtel also operates two Customer Solutions Centres based at Moonee Ponds in Melbourne, and Robina on the Gold Coast.
CMH has a 25 per cent investment in Foxtel, alongside its partners Telstra (with 50 per cent) and News (with 25 per cent).
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