Fairfax Media Limited's portfolio reaches across multiple countries in a variety of channels- print, digital, mobile, radio and events.
The attached list captures the overall portfolio, including joint ventures and minority investments in Fairfax's seven divisions set out below.
Australian Metro Publishing (AMP)
Leading metropolitan newspapers and digital media - every moment of the day we deliver quality independent journalism and content to our large-scale, highly-engaged audiences. Our portfolio of national and metropolitan mastheads includes The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review, BrisbaneTimes.com.au, WAToday.com.au, and Life Media brands such as Good Food, Essential Baby, Essential Kids and Traveller.
We run our news business on a 24/7 digital-first basis. Our strategy ensures our premium, and often exclusive, audiences have the information they want, when they want it.
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Australian Community Media (ACM)
Leading rural and regional newspapers and digital media - specialising in news coverage via print publications and multi-media channels, digital ventures, events and research for local regional and agricultural communities. ACM's regional publications include The Canberra Times, Newcastle Herald, Launceston Examiner, Border Mail, Ballarat Courier and Illawarra Mercury along with over 160 local newspapers and community-based websites. ACM's portfolio of agricultural publications includes The Land, Queensland Country Life, North Queensland Register, Stock Journal, Stock and Land along with Farm Weekly. Events run by ACM's Fairfax Rural Events team includes AgQuip, CRT Farmfest Field Days and involvement with Tamworth Country Music Festival, while ACM's Fairfax Agricultural Research and Marketing (FARM) division offers a range of research and agricultural database options for rural industries.
ACM is committed to connecting its community by building a modern, stronger rural and regional media network.
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Fairfax's portfolio of digitally-focused assets - playing an active role across a portfolio of digital businesses. Digital Ventures invests in early and growth stage internet based companies. Its current portfolio includes businesses in digital publishing, online dating, weather services, e-health, online education, subscription video-on-demand, online jobs search and online tenders.
Digital Ventures welcomes approaches from companies with proven traction seeking investment fund to expand their existing business in Australia, or seeking assistance to launch a proven overseas business model locally in Australia.
To discuss an opportunity with Digital Ventures, please contact the team - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Leading real estate media and services business - providing residential, commercial and rural property marketing solutions and search tools, plus information for buyers, investors, sellers, renters and agents Australia-wide. Domain can be accessed via multi-award winning mobile and tablet apps, at domain.com.au, and in metropolitan, community and regional newspapers.
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Events - consists of lifestyle-oriented experiences focused on running, swimming, food and wine, parenting and the arts - as well as business. Established in 1971, Fairfax Events innovates and inspires partnering with key stakeholders to deliver world-class, mass participation experiences, with significant social and economic impacts to local communities.
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Fairfax New Zealand
Leading national, metropolitan, regional and community newspapers and digital media - including New Zealand's number one news and entertainment site, stuff.co.nz, reaching 2 million New Zealanders each month.
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Macquarie Radio Network
Leading national news, talk, sport and music radio network - Fairfax has a 54.5% shareholding in the ASX-listed Macquarie Radio Network (ASX:MRN), which operates the leading news, talk and sport stations in Sydney and Melbourne. The expanded MRN is the result of the merger of Fairfax Radio Network's 3AW, 2UE, 4BC and 6PR stations with MRN's 2GB.
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