smh.tv is the video on demand platform of Fairfax Media, offering more than 2,500 shows across 53 genres, all free to view and ad funded.
Ricky SuttonHead of Video, IPTV and New Devices
FIFO Documentary Festival
FIFO is an international documentary film festival, in Tahiti.
Miriama BonoDirector General
Film Victoria is the State Government agency that provides strategic leadership and assistance to the film, television and games sectors of Victoria. We invest in projects and people, and promote Victoria as a world-class production destination nationally and internationally.
Jeni McMahonDevelopment and Investment Manager
Flame Distribution is a specialist factual content distributor with offices in Sydney, London and Europe. Our catalogue of carefully selected programs allows us to concentrate on each title and work innovatively in promoting content across traditional and emerging revenue channels, feeding back market responses to producers.
Fiona GilroyContent Sales and Acquisitions Director
Foxtel is one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic media companies, directly employing around 2,500 people, and delivering a diverse subscription television service to both regional and metropolitan areas over cable, satellite and broadband distribution.
We offer a better entertainment experience every day to each one of our 2.5 million subscribing homes through delivery of exclusive and inspiring programming across all genres, the world’s most popular channel brands, and investment in high quality local content.
As constant champions of innovation we have brought our customers:
•The iQ personal video recorder
•Australia’s largest HD channel offering, with 26 dedicated channels
•FOX FOOTY Channel – for true AFL fans
•The LONDON 2012 Olympic Games over 8 dedicated HD channels, plus a tablet app
•Live and catch up TV on your tablet or other mobile device with Foxtel Go
•Flexible access with our internet TV service Foxtel Play
In addition, the subscription television sector invests around $700 million every year in new and original Australian content.
Since creating a new national subscription television service, through the merging of Foxtel and Austar in 2012, Foxtel directly employs around 2,500 people and a further 2,000 workers are indirectly engaged in sales and installation services nationally.
The Foxtel Television Centre at North Ryde in Sydney is the headquarters of Foxtel's national subscription television operations and houses Foxtel’s television studios, broadcast operations and cable and satellite transmission facilities. Foxtel also operates two Customer Solutions Centres based at Moonee Ponds in Melbourne, and Robina on the Gold Coast.
Foxtel is owned by Telstra Corporation Ltd (50%) and The News Corporation Ltd (50%).
Mariska DeaneHead of of Programming - Factual Channels
Paul MyersChannel Operations Manager Factual Channels
Fuji Television Network, Inc
Since its establishment in 1959, Fuji Television has maintained its position as the leading commercial broadcaster in the Japanese media industry. The content it creates and broadcast everyday enjoys the overwhelming support of a wide range of audiences. Fuji Television strives for noble and creative ideas for its content: news, infotainment and documentaries, sports, dramas, and variety programs. Regardless of the genre, its program tops the rating in any time slot. Today, Fuji Television has 27 affiliated networks in Japan and 12 oversea offices around the world. Furthermore, Fuji Television distributes original content via several mediums, including terrestrial and CS satellite channels. It is also active in transmissions via the internet and mobile phones. With the strategy of meeting the needs of times and viewers, Fuji Television is constantly working to make its top-notch content available to be enjoyed in any format.