ENT Ltd, standing for Examiner-Northern TV Ltd, is a private shell company owned by WIN Corporation. In its heyday, ENT was a publicly listed Australian media company based in Launceston, Tasmania. It was run by major shareholder Edmund Rouse until 1994, when a bribery scandal led to Rouse stepping down as managing director and it was taken over by Bruce Gordon's WIN Corporation.
Previous entities in direct control by ENT Ltd
- The Examiner newspaper (Launceston)
The Six Network (later VIC Television)
Filmpac Holdings was a film and video distributor. ENT acquired a 40 per cent stake in 1988 from its purchase of Victoria-based media company Associated Broadcasting Services. From 1986 to 1990, Filmpac released a total of 69 films theatrically making it the country's largest independent mainstream theatrical distributor. The company collapsed in 1990 with its film library purchased by Village Roadshow. 
ENT’s 1988 annual report described the company’s principal activities as television, newspapers, radio, commercial printing, motels, travel agencies, picture theatres, property development and investment.
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