Seven West Media Limited (formerly West Australian Newspapers Holdings Limited) is a Western Australian based news and media group. The company is principally engaged in newspaper and digital (online) publishing, commercial printing and radio broadcasting. SWM has five operating segments: The West Australian, Regionals, Quokka, Radio and Others. The West Australian segment includes the West Australian newspaper and insert magazines. Regionals segment includes the Countryman and other newspapers published in regional areas of Western Australia.
Motopia (MOT) is fast becoming a world leader in the high growth areas of mobile marketing and branded mobile content creation, licensing and distribution. Motopia partners with advertising agencies, brands and mobile advertising networks providing turnkey advertising technology and marketing solutions, aimed at simplifying the advertising processes on both ends of the value chain. The company was listed on the ASX in May 2002. Its head office is situated in Malvern, Victoria. MVH was renamed to its current name in May 2007.
Digital Performance Group (DIG) is both a Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) and a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO). As an MVNE, it provides wholesale prepaid mobile services to retail organisations, which, in turn, leverage their brand and customer base to sell their own branded mobile offering (for example, Virgin Mobile). As an MVNO, CMO sells discount prepaid and postpaid services directly to mobile users (via its Revolution and JUST prepaid and JUSTMobile telecom brands). DIG was listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) on 1 November, 1985.
Adeffective (ABN) produces and post produces feature films, television series, cinema and television commercials, music videos, television advertising and other audio-visual content for many Australian corporations. It has three divisions: Digital Production and Post Production (Swish Media); Digital Video on Demand (Swish Interactive); and Digital Signage.
RGM Media (RGM), RGM is currently Australia's largest artist management company, representing over 300 clients and has developed an international reputation for supplying leading Australian artists. This continued success and recognition has led to RGM building strong relationships with leading US and UK management agencies. RGM's leading artists' are generally co-represented with key US or UK agencies. RGM was listed on the Australian stock market in 28 June, 2000. Investors can buy and sell shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
World Wide Entertainment Group (WWG) is a company that focuses on television and media program production. The company was incorporated in South Australia in 1969 as a mining company. These activities were short lived and the company did not trade for some 15 years. In Dec 2000, CEC acquired Sydney-based bulk water business Aquabiz Pty Ltd. CEC is also seeking to acquire and consolidate the second-tier springwater companies on Australia's eastern seaboard. In 2004, CEC launched a home delivered spring water service.
Southern Cross Media Group (SXL), formerly Southern Cross Media Group) invests in media and owns two major assets: Macquarie Southern Cross Media - Radio and Television and a number of American local newspapers through 100% ownership of American Consolidated Media (ACM). MMG's investment mandate is wide, requiring investments to be media assets with stable earnings and cash flow, strong market positions, barriers to entry and potential for further earnings improvement. MMG is externally managed by MMML for a Base and Performance fee.
Resources & Energy Group (REZ), formerly RBH specialises in brand development and brand extension. The company facilitates business growth by the commercialisation of established brands in new products and new markets. RBH was listed on the Australian stock market on 11 March 2005. Its head office is situated in Sydney. The company is a globally positioned strategic brand and business development agency based in Sydney, with offices in Hong Kong and New York. Investors can trade Resources & Energy Group shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Oohmedia Group (OOH) is an outdoor advertising company, which acts as an advertising broker through the representation of billboard inventory for over 40 independent site owners. Additionally, through the acquisitions of Russell Ads and Bridlewood (SA), Buckle Outdoor (Victoria), No.1 Media (Sydney) and Bailey Outdoor (Brisbane). OOH has also expanded into site ownership which delivers around 35% of total revenues. In 2004 OOH created Mall Media Network, which implements shopping mall media solutions. Investors can trade Oohmedia Group shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Media Group International (MUI), earlier known as Harvest Living Limited (HLE), is an independent international feature film production and distribution company. The company also has a DVD sales division, MPC Home Entertainment, which is a joint venture with RBC Entertainment. Investors can trade Media Group International shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
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