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SEVEN WEST MEDIA LIMITEDSWMMedia & Entertainment

SWM Company Information

Name:

Seven West Media Limited

Sector:

Communication Services

Industry:

Entertainment

GIC Industry:

Media

GIC Sub Industry:

Broadcasting

Address:

Newspaper House Perth WA Australia 6017

Phone:

61 8 9482 3111

MD, CEO & Director:

Mr. James R. Warburton

Chief Financial Officer:

Mr. Jeffrey Peter Howard

Chief People & Culture Officer:

Ms. Katie McGrath

Chief Revenue Officer:

Mr. Kurt J. Burnette

Commercial Director:

Mr. Bruce Ian McWilliam

Editor-In-Chief & Editor of the West Australian:

Mr. Robert Cronin

Chief Marketing Officer:

Ms. Charlotte Valente

Chief of Staff:

Mr. Mark Mallabone

Head of TV Operations:

Mr. David Porter

Chief Exec. Officer of SWM WA:

Ms. Maryna Fewster

Company Overview:

Seven West Media Limited, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an integrated media company in Australia and internationally. The company operates through Television; The West; and Other Business and New Ventures segments. It produces and operates commercial television programming and stations; and distributes programming content. The company also engages in the publishing of newspapers and insert magazines, colourpress, West Australian, Community Newspaper Group, and digital publishing. Seven West Media Limited was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Perth, Australia.

SWM Share Price Information

Shares Issued:

1.54B

Market Capitalisation:

$669.04M

Dividend per Share:

$0.02

Ex Dividend Date:

2017-09-25

Dividend Yield:

4.60%

Revenue (TTM):

$1.16B

Revenue Per Share (TTM):

$0.75

Earnings per Share:

$0.002

Profit Margin:

0.0024

Operating Margin (TTM):

$0.07

Return On Assets (TTM):

$0.04

Quarterly Revenue Growth (YOY):

-0.099

Gross Profit(TTM):

$270.55M

Diluted Earnings Per Share (TTM):

$0.002

SWM CashFlow Statement

CashFlow Date:

2020-06-30

Investments:

$-2,558,000

Change To Liabilities:

$-27,698,000

Total Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$126.38M

Net Borrowings:

$87.66M

Net Income:

$-162,144,000

Total Cash From Operating Activities:

$47.52M

Depreciation:

$24.73M

Other Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$35.02M

Change To Inventory:

$-152,220,000

Change To Account Receivables:

$99.33M

Capital Expenditures:

$7.36M

SWM Income Statement

Income Date:

2020-06-30

Income Before Tax:

$-293,931,000

Net Income:

$-162,144,000

Gross Profit:

$596.98M

Operating Income:

$-253,338,000

Other Operating Expenses:

$254.70M

Interest Expense:

$-12,215,000

Income Tax Expense:

$-93,880,000

Total Revenue:

$1.23B

Cost Of Revenue:

$629.39M

SWM Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet Date:

2020-06-30

Intangible Assets:

$524.54M

Total Liabilities:

$1.67B

Total Stockholder Equity:

$-239,610,000

Other Current Liabilities:

$231.18M

Total Assets:

$1.43B

Common Stock:

$3.41B

Other Current Assets:

$142.23M

Retained Earnings:

$-3,657,246,000

Other Liabilities:

$294.15M

Other Assets:

$12.22M

Cash:

$352.02M

Total Current Liabilities:

$402.20M

Property - Plant & Equipment:

$138.98M

Net Tangible Assets:

$-764,153,000

Long-Term Investments:

$88.65M

Total Current Assets:

$661.63M

Long-Term Debt:

$749.27M

Net Receivables:

$158.88M

Short-Term Investments:

$764.40M

Inventory:

$8.50M

Accounts Payable:

$102.46M

Non Currrent Assets (Other):

$53.27M

Short-Term Investments:

$764.40

Non Current Liabilities (Other):

$9.54M

Non Current Liabilities Total:

$1.26B

SWM Share Price History

SWM News

03 May, 2021
Australian television and newspaper firm Seven West Media Ltd signed multi-year content deals with Facebook Inc and Google as tough new media laws enabled the industry to secure new revenue sources and adapt to the internet age. The top-rating free-to-air broadcaster and publisher of Perth city's main metro daily said on Monday it would supply content for the Alphabet Inc unit's News Showcase platform for five years and to a similar Facebook product for three. The arrangements mean the U.S. "Big Tech" platforms are now committed to paying two of Australia's three largest traditional news outlets for content, marking an about turn just two months after they had vowed to quit the country over laws forcing them to pay for the links that drive traffic to their websites.
Australian television and newspaper firm Seven West Media Ltd signed multi-year content deals with Facebook Inc and Google as tough new media laws enabled the industry to secure new revenue sources and adapt to the internet age. The top-rating free-to-air broadcaster and publisher of Perth city's main metro daily said on Monday it would supply content for the Alphabet Inc unit's News Showcase platform for five years and to a similar Facebook product for three. The arrangements mean the U.S. "Big Tech" platforms are now committed to paying two of Australia's three largest traditional news outlets for content, marking an about turn just two months after they had vowed to quit the country over laws forcing them to pay for the links that drive traffic to their websites.
Australia's Seven West Media Ltd said on Monday it finalised its licensing deal with Alphabet Inc's Google and signed a long-term agreement with social media giant Facebook to provide content to the tech companies. The signing of agreements comes after Seven West announced letters of intent in February with the tech companies to provide them news content even as the government pushed for a law that would force the internet giants to pay media companies for content.
26 Apr, 2021
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25 Feb, 2021
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23 Feb, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc. backed down from its news blackout in Australia after the government agreed to amend world-first legislation forcing the tech giant and Google to pay local publishers for content.The social-media platform switched off news sharing in Australia last week in opposition to the proposed law, and Mark Zuckerberg and government officials have been locked in talks to find a compromise.Among key concessions, the government said Tuesday it would take into account commercial deals Google and Facebook reach with news companies before deciding whether they are subject to the law, and would also give them one month’s notice. The platforms also won more time to strike deals with publishers before they’re forced into final-offer arbitration as a last resort.The legislation, which is expected to pass parliament this week, has made Australia a testing ground for digital-platform regulation as jurisdictions worldwide rein in the Silicon Valley juggernauts.Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said Tuesday that Facebook had now re-engaged with news publishers and was seeking to reach commercial deals. Hours after the agreement was unfurled, Australia’s Seven West Media Ltd. disclosed separately it had signed a letter of intent to provide content to Facebook, without elaborating on financial arrangements.“There is no doubt that Australia has been a proxy battle for the world,” Frydenberg said. “So many other countries are looking at what is happening here in Australia.”Facebook said the restrictions on sharing news will be lifted “in the coming days.”“We are satisfied that the Australian government has agreed to a number of changes and guarantees that address our core concerns,” William Easton, managing director for Facebook Australia & New Zealand, said in a statement.In blocking news sharing, Facebook switched off the main news source for almost one in five Australians. It also disabled -- accidentally, the company said -- a raft of government Facebook pages carrying public health advice on the coronavirus, warnings from the weather bureau and even the site of a children’s hospital.The abrupt move drew international scrutiny at a time global regulators are already ramping up efforts to curtail the growing influence of Facebook and other tech titans.Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said last week he’s fielded queries from several world leaders about the Facebook clash, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Canadian leader Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron and the U.K.’s Boris Johnson.“It seems very sensible of Facebook to retreat as this could have potentially been very damaging to its brand,” said Nicole Bridges, a lecturer in public relations at Western Sydney University.Like Facebook, Alphabet Inc.-owned Google has also negotiated hard with the government and last year said it would shut down its search engine in Australia if the law was enacted. That stance appears to have softened, and in recent days Google has independently struck deals to pay Australian publishers including News Corp. for news, rather than be forced into arbitration.Some viewed the arrangement in Australia as a victory for Facebook, which demonstrated its value to publishers struggling to grow traffic.“Facebook’s action clearly demonstrates the value that it provides to the news sites and this will feature heavily in those ‘good faith negotiations’,” said Richard Windsor, a former Nomura telecom analyst and founder of independent researcher Radio Free Mobile.(Updates with new deal, analyst’s and Morrison’s comments from the fourth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
16 Feb, 2021
Publisher and broadcaster NineEntertainment Co Holdings Ltd has agreed on a contentlicencing deal with Google, one of its newspapers reported onWednesday, the second large Australian media outlet to strike adeal with the internet giant. The Alphabet Inc owned company agreed to pay Ninemore than A$30 million a year for its content, the SydneyMorning Herald reported, citing "industry sources". A Google spokesman also declined to comment.
15 Feb, 2021
Australia's Seven West Media Ltdbecame the country's first major news outlet to strikea licensing deal with Google, as the government pushes aheadwith a law that would force the internet giant to pay mediacompanies for content. At an earnings announcement on Monday, Seven, which owns afree-to-air television network and the main metro newspaper inthe city of Perth, said it would supply content for Google'sNews Showcase platform. The deal shows Seven splitting from rivals News Corpand Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd whichhave failed to reach agreements with Google and instead backedlaws, set to be passed this week, where the government sets theonline giant's content fees in the absence of a private deal.
14 Feb, 2021
Australia's Seven West Media Ltd became the country's first major news outlet to strike a licensing deal with Google, as the government pushes ahead with a law that would force the internet giant to pay media companies for content. At an earnings announcement on Monday, Seven, which owns a free-to-air television network and the main metro newspaper in the city of Perth, said it would supply content for Google's News Showcase platform. The deal shows Seven splitting from rivals News Corp and Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd which have failed to reach agreements with Google and instead backed laws, set to be passed this week, where the government sets the online giant's content fees in the absence of a private deal.
Australia's Seven West Media Ltdsaid on Monday it entered into an initial deal to form along-term partnership with Alphabet Inc's Google toprovide content to the tech company's News Showcase product. Google launched its News Showcase platform in Australiaearlier this month, which will see it strike its own contentdeals with publishers and pay seven domestic outlets to usetheir content. The launch of the product is Google's latest tactic in acampaign against the Australian government's planned legislationto make the company pay publishers and broadcasters for contentthat appears in its search engine.
11 Jan, 2021
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24 Nov, 2020
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23 Sep, 2020
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SWM Dividend Payments

EX-Date Dividend Amount
2010-03-02$0.1721
2010-09-03$0.2355
2011-03-03$0.1721
2011-09-05$0.2355
2012-03-08$0.1721
2012-09-03$0.0579
2013-03-08$0.0579
2013-09-02$0.0579
2014-03-07$0.0579
2014-09-03$0.0579
2015-03-11$0.0579
2015-09-02$0.0400
2016-03-17$0.0400
2016-09-14$0.0400
2017-03-17$0.0200
2017-09-25$0.0200

SWM Dividends (last 8 Years)