Sam Chisholm (born 1939) is a media executive born in New Zealand. He was a significant figure in Australian media. He ran Kerry Packer's Nine Network for a significant period during the 1980s before moving to the UK to work for Packer's rival Rupert Murdoch in rescuing the newly established BSkyB from financial problems after the merger of Sky and British Satellite Broadcasting. In 2005 he returned to Australia as acting chief executive of Packer's Nine Network after having received a double lung transplant.
- PBL press release, 13 July 2006
- Sam Chisholm at Bloomberg Businessweek
- Sam Chisholm, Return of the great sacker, Raymond Snoddy, The Independent, 5 December 2005
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