Media conglomerate Jenis Media has grown rapidly over the past two decades, reaching into almost every sector of Australian media.
Its vast empire spans nearly everything from newspapers to TV channels, and it is one of the world’s largest media companies with more outlets in Australia than any other entity.
It now has more than 600 sites across Australia, with sites in more than 50 of the country’s 27 states, territories and the Northern Territory.
But despite its enormous reach, there are no definitive numbers on the size of its corporate media empire.
It is estimated that there are between 4,000 and 5,000 employees and that its turnover in Australia was $1.5 billion in 2017.
That’s not counting the millions of dollars in fees and other revenue generated by Jenis’ commercial deals, and its media-buying arm.
It has also become a key player in the battle for the soul of the media, with some commentators questioning whether its role in the public debate is more important than its role as an independent, neutral voice.
That is a perception that has fuelled fierce debate in the media.
One of the most popular pieces of media content on YouTube, which has been described as the “most watched website in the world”, has a “JenisMedia” tagline.
A key issue for some in the industry is that the site’s tagline is so blatantly political, it can be interpreted as a deliberate attack on the media’s neutrality, even though the tagline does not mention the name of any company or any organisation.
The tagline, which also includes “JENIS Media”, was created in 2013 by Jeniski, which is a spinoff of Jeniskis Media.
Jenis, which was founded in 1989, was initially bought by media giant A&T for $5.2 billion in 2012.
It was sold for $11.5 million in 2015, and then for $3.7 billion in 2018.
That sale was made before the publication of the leaked document from Wikileaks, which said the company was owned by a foreign government.
This was a major change to the Jeniskises relationship with the Australian Government, which were expected to have been part of any merger negotiations.
Jeniskes then said that the company had been forced to sell its media assets because of the US election and that the merger would have allowed it to expand its reach beyond Australia.
In 2017, Jeniskie was sold to American media giant Tribune Media, which merged with it to form Tribune Media Holdings.
Jeniamis Media is now a wholly owned subsidiary of A&T, which bought the company in 2015 for $2.9 billion.
A&E Media, the Australian broadcaster that is one-third owned by A&P, bought a third-party stake in 2015.
In addition to the merger with Tribune Media in 2018, the merged company also had a stake in the Sydney Morning Herald in 2019, which acquired it in a merger with Fairfax Media.
A spokesperson for A&A said the merged entity would continue to operate under the Jeniamises name and be overseen by the same board.
“It’s the same core core values as before, with the same leadership team,” the spokesperson said.
The Jeniamise name is also used by Aussie Broadcasting Corporation, which owns a portfolio of national and regional newspapers and magazines.
A statement from the merged group said: “We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive media landscape.
“This new network will give us a broad range of content that is tailored to our audiences and provides a range of compelling choices to consumers. “
“We look forward to a great future together.””
We look forward to a great future together.”