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Sky Moves To Full Compliance Listing On ASX

1 July 2002


Sky Moves To Full Compliance Listing On The Australian Stock Exchange

SKY Television confirmed today that it has moved to a full compliance listing on the Australian Stock Exchange ("ASX").

The conversion from SKY's previous status on the ASX as an Exempt Foreign Entity is effective from today.

SKY Television Chief Executive, John Fellet said “The move to a full compliance listing will allow for greater participation by Australian Institutional investors in SKY's securities”.

“The requirement to comply with the ASX's listing rules, including the continuous disclosure regime, is also likely to add to Australian investor's confidence and interest in investing in high profile New Zealand companies like SKY " said Fellet

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