The Foxtel Group acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, waterways and community.
We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and acknowledge Elders past and present.
Our Commitment to Reconciliation
Since the launch of our first Reconciliation Action Plan in 2008 we’ve continued to use our reach, resources, and influence to amplify First Nations voices across our platforms through storytelling, the passion of our people, and the scale of our business.
Our aim is to help shape a national culture that values respect, equality, and equity for First Nations People.
Together, we are committed to:
Increasing and showcasing First Nations talent and improving the consistency of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programming across all platforms.
Developing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content strategy, including the incorporation of cultural protocols into Foxtel original content across entertainment and sports.
Providing cultural learning and immersion opportunities for employees and talent.
Improving employment outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through a renewed focus on recruitment, retention, and professional development.
Jake Duke, Fox Sports Presenter, Kamilaroi.
A career with the Foxtel Group will present endless opportunities to push yourself and grow your professional skills in a supportive and inclusive environment.
We're guided by our values Customer First, Own It, Authentic, Change the Game and Win Together to create a culture of respect and diversity that underpins our collaborative spirit.
We encourage all First Nations People to apply, and to bring their valued perspectives, experiences, and ideas to the fore. Working together, we can continue to progress towards a more equitable and harmonious workplace.
Eddie Betts, AFL Great, Wirangu Kokatha Guburn.
Working with the Community
We’re proud to partner with some of Australia’s leading First Nations organisations.
When you join our crew you'll get the chance to work with the Clontarf Foundation, CareerTrackers Indigenous Internship Program, Australian Indigenous Education Foundation and our other community partners.
Walking Together highlights the Foxtel Group’s commitment to walk alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for reconciliation.
For this artwork, the meeting place is representative of the Foxtel Group. The chosen colours connect with our businesses: Foxtel, Kayo, BINGE, Flash, Fox Sports and Foxtel Media. The significance of a circle is that everyone is welcome, everyone has a place, and everyone is treated equally.
Josh Sly, Artist, Biripi, Worimi and Wiradjuri.
For a company like Foxtel to be bold and brave and relentless in its pursuit of reconciliation, that is so important and it will create immense change for so many people.
Hannah Hollis, Fox Sports Presenter, Jawoyn.
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