XYZnetworks

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XYZnetworks
Former type Private
Industry Subscription Television
Successors Foxtel
Defunct 24 May 2012
Headquarters North Ryde, Australia
Area served Australia
Products Subscription Television Channels
Employees 170
Parent Foxtel
Austar
Website xyz.com.au

XYZnetworks was an Australian media that owned, operated and distributed eleven subscription television channels in Australia. XYZnetworks was jointly owned by Foxtel and Austar. Based in Sydney, they had roughly 170 employees, with offices in North Ryde.[1]

Some of the channels owned by XYZnetworks included:

XYZnetworks also distributed Discovery Channel and jointly owned Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. XYZ operated Arena until 1 October 2007, when it became a channel wholly operated by parent company Foxtel, with XYZ still owning the channel.

On 24 May 2012, Foxtel and Austar merged resulting in Foxtel wholly owning XYZ Networks, resulting in Foxtel closing XYZ and moving all channels to Foxtel Networks.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ XYZ Networks: Home
  2. ^ "Foxtel completes Austar merger|TV Tonight". David Knox. Retrieved 2012-05-24. 
  3. ^ "Foxtel, Austar spells end for XYZ|News|C21Media". 'Jesse Whittock'. Retrieved 2012-05-25. 

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