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Australia's Telstra names new chief of Foxtel
2012年5月11日 / 凌晨2点07分 / 6 年前

Australia's Telstra names new chief of Foxtel

MELBOURNE, May 11 (Reuters) - Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia’s largest phone company, said it has appointed Robert Nason as the chairman of the Foxtel pay TV unit, replacing Bruce Akherst who is retiring.

Telstra, which owns 50 percent of Foxtel, said under its agreement with its partners it has the right to appoint the chairman. Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and James Packer’s Consolidated Media Holdings each own 25 percent of Foxtel.

Nason was previously the head of Telsta’s business service and improvement division, and before that an executive with wagering group Tabcorp.

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