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Last A$0.80 AUD
Change Today -0.01 / -1.24%
Volume 7.6M
As of 2:10 AM 07/6/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

fairfax media ltd (FXJ) Snapshot

Open
A$0.79
Previous Close
A$0.81
Day High
A$0.81
Day Low
A$0.78
52 Week High
04/29/15 - A$1.11
52 Week Low
10/14/14 - A$0.73
Market Cap
1.9B
Average Volume 10 Days
23.6M
EPS TTM
A$0.02
Shares Outstanding
2.4B
EX-Date
03/2/15
P/E TM
33.1x
Dividend
A$0.06
Dividend Yield
7.19%
Current Stock Chart for FAIRFAX MEDIA LTD (FXJ)

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fairfax media ltd (FXJ) Details

Fairfax Media Limited operates as a multi-platform media company in Australasia. The company operates through five segments: Australian Community Media, Australian Metro Media, New Zealand Media, Radio, and Other. It publishes news, information, and entertainment. The company publishes metropolitan, agricultural, regional, and community newspapers, as well as financial and consumer magazines; and has a portfolio of Websites, including the online news sites smh.com.au and theage.com.au in Australia, and stuff.co.nz in New Zealand, as well as tablet and smartphone apps. It has metropolitan, rural, regional, and community mastheads, such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian Financial Review, The Canberra Times, The Sun-Herald, and The Land in Australia; and The Dominion Post, The Press, The Sunday Star-Times, TV Guide, NZ House and Garden, and New Zealand Fishing News and Cuisine, as well as agricultural publications in New Zealand. The company is also involved in advertising sales in print and digital formats. In addition, it holds radio licenses in various metropolitan locations in Australia, including 2UE in Sydney, 3AW and Magic 1278 Melbourne, 4BC and 4BH Brisbane, and 6PR and 96fm in Perth. Fairfax Media Limited is headquartered in Pyrmont, Australia.

6,410 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/13/14

fairfax media ltd (FXJ) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director an...
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.6M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$760.0K
Managing Director of Australian Publishing Me...
Total Annual Compensation: A$750.0K
Group General Counsel and Company Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: A$554.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

fairfax media ltd (FXJ) Key Developments

Fairfax Media Cuts of about 35 Jobs and Closure of One Newspaper in Regional South Australian

Fairfax Media has announced a shake-up of its South Australian country operations with the loss of about 35 jobs and the closure of one newspaper. Staff across regional areas were briefed on Thursday about the proposed changes to 18 publications. The company said there would be voluntary redundancies of about 35 full-time equivalent positions, including about 22 editorial roles. The company said the plan was part of an 18-month overhaul of its Community Media division and that it would invest in a new digital-first publishing system to redesign its newspapers. The Roxby Downs Sun will be discontinued, while the Whyalla News will become a weekly publication instead of being published twice a week. The publications to be affected include: Stock Journal, the Port Lincoln Times, Whyalla News, The Transcontinental at Port Augusta, The Times at Victor Harbor, the Murray Valley Standard, Barossa and Light Herald, Northern Argus, The Recorder at Port Pirie, On the Coast, The Naracoorte Herald, The Islander, The Flinders News, Border Chronicle, Coastal Leader, Eyre Peninsula Tribune, West Coast Sentinel and the Roxby Downs Sun. Fairfax has already cut about 120 jobs from papers in regional Victoria and New South Wales.

Fairfax Media Plans to Axe 50 Jobs from Local Papers

Fairfax Media announced that the company plans to axe 50 jobs from local papers, including the Illawarra Mercury, Wollongong Advertiser, Kiama Independent, Lake Times and South Coast Register. The South Coast register, covering Berry to Batemans Bay, will only be published twice a week, instead of tri-weekly. Community newspapers The Lake Times and Wollongong Advertiser will be merged.

Fairfax Media Mulls Acquisitions

Fairfax Media Limited (ASX:FXJ) is on the acquisition trail and seeks acquisition opportunities in different sectors.

 

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