Newspaper Ownership In Australia – 1996

Press Ownership in Australia – 1996
Media Organisation Newspapers Magazines Television
News Limited

Murdoch Family, up to 30%.

67.4%, 7 papers, of capital city and daily titles;

48.8%, 76 papers, of metropolitan and suburban titles;

22.2%, 5 papers, of regional dailies;

4.9% of Fairfax;

The Australian
Herald-Sun
Telegraph-Mirror
Courier Mail
Advertiser
West Australian
Hobart Mercury

26.2% of all titles;

New Idea
TV Week (with Packer)
That’s Life
Girlfriend
TV Hits

14% of Channel 7;

joint owner, with Telstra, of Foxtel;

Fairfax

Brierley Investments – purchased from Conrad Black, December 1996, 25%;

BT Australia, 11-15%;

PBL (Packer), 14.9%;

Rupert Murdoch, 4.9%.

21%, 3 papers, of capital city and daily titles;

16.4%, 21 papers, of metropolitan and suburban titles;

15.2%, 3 papers, of regional dailies;

Sydney Morning Herald
The Age
Financial Review
.

Kerry Packer

Australian Consolidated Press

14.9% of Fairfax. 47% of all titles;

Women’s Day
Women’s Weekly
Cleo
Cosmopolitan
New Weekly
Dolly
Picture
House & Garden
People
She
The Bulletin

45% of Channel 9;

5%, with option of 20%, of Optus Vision.

Source: The Age, 5-10-96, pA25.

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