Nine Entertainment

Nine Entertainment (registered as Nine Entertainment Co. Pty Ltd[6]) is an Australian publicly listed media company with holdings in radio and television broadcasting, newspaper publications (under subsidiary Nine Publishing) and digital media. It uses Nine as its corporate branding and also prefers this usage to be used for the parent company.[7]

Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited
Nine Entertainment Co.
TypePublic
IndustryMass media
PredecessorPBL Media
FoundedOctober 2006
Headquarters1 Denison Street
North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia[1]
Key people
Peter Costello, Chairman
Mike Sneesby, CEO
Products
Revenue $2.171 billion (2020)[2]
$247 million (2020)[3]
$141 million (2020)[4]
Total assets $4.4 billion (FY 2018)[5]
Divisions
  • Nine Broadcasting
  • Nine Digital and Publishing
Subsidiaries
Websitewww.nineforbrands.com.au

The entity is largely a successor to the former Publishing and Broadcasting Limited (PBL), which was established by the Packer family. The Packers officially ended their involvement with the company in 2008 and its name was changed to Nine in 2010. The company merged with Fairfax Media in December 2018, expanding its brands and investments across television, video on demand, print, digital, radio and real estate classifieds.

As of 2021 Nine's assets include the Nine Network (which includes its main channel, Channel 9), Nine Radio; major newspaper mastheads such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review; digital properties such as nine.com.au, 9Honey, Pedestrian.TV; video-on-demand platform Stan; and a majority investment in Domain Group.[8]


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