Foxtel Reviews

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Richard Freudenstein
7 Ratings

    A courageous broadcaster seeking its new form

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    I have been working at Foxtel


    Lots of new technologies and exclusive content. Competent team comparing to other broadcasting companies.


    It can be slow as any big companies in terms of the complex projects.

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    Some internal talents are yet to discovered. Using more right people (with adequate education level and experiences) to help the company grow.

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    Being introduced by a recruiter - the manager at Foxtel was very nice, introduced the team, work environment and asked mostly general questions, understanding of the work process etc. Communicate well, get the job done, have some fun, that's my feeling of the expectation. (And they lived it)

    There is no behaviour questions.

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    • No difficult questions - if you know how to do the work, you can describe it, that's it.   Answer Question
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Headquarters North Ryde, Australia
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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When Australians crave more than broadcast TV, they may tune in to FOXTEL. As one of the country's largest paid subscription television providers, the company distributes cable and satellite services to households and businesses in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, among other cities. Its digital channels cover such genres as sports, movies, news, and documentaries, and are provided by international and Australian-owned media and communication companies. Established in 1995, FOXTEL is jointly owned by Consolidated Media Holdings (25%), News Corporation (25%), and Telstra... More

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