kim williams Net Worth 2024, Earning, Career

Kim Williams Net Worth

Kim Williams is an Australian Media Executive and williams Net Worth is $6 Million as per 2024.He has served as the leader of a wide variety of illustrious organizations, including Musica Viva Australia, Foxtel, the Australian Film Commission, the Sydney Opera House Trust, News Limited, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, many others.

Williams was named an independent board member of the Copyright Agency Limited in January 2015 and has served as its Chair since June 2015.In 2016, Williams was appointed Chairman of the State Library of New South Wales Foundation Board.In March 2024, he will succeed Ita Buttrose as chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

kim williams Net Worth

kim williams has an estimated Net Worth of $6 Million as per 2024.His primary source of earning comes from his career as Australian Media Executive and Composer.

Namekim williams
Net Worth$6 Million
Income / Salary$300K – $500K Per Year
Income SourceAmerican businessman and politician
Last Update2024
Kim Williams Earnings

kim williams Assets and Earnings

kim williams work from multiple organizations and composed music from an early age and into his 30s form his successful career he earn a huge amount of money.

kim williams Net Worth Growth

kim williams Net Worth in 2024$6 Million
kim williams Net Worth in 2023$5 Million
kim williams Net Worth in 2022$4 Million
kim williams Net Worth in 2021$3 Million
kim williams Net Worth in 2020$2 Million

kim williams Career and Achivements

Williams worked as a manager in opera, at the Sydney Conservatorium under Rex Hobcroft, as a member of the first Australia Council Music Board (1973), and as general manager of Music Rostrum Australia, where Roger Woodward was the artistic director.

From 1975 to 1977, he studied music with Luciano Berio in Italy and worked as an assistant to Cathy Berberian, the American soprano who used to be married to Berio.He also did a lot of work with the Israel Chamber Orchestra.When he got back to Australia, he became general manager of Musica Viva Australia from 1977 to 1984 and then a board member and chairman from 1984 to 2004.

Williams was CEO of the Australian Film Commission at the time. He also ran the TV production company Southern Star Group and rose to become a top executive at the ABC.He was made Foundation Chairman of Film Finance Corporation Australia in 1988.

In 1995, Williams left the ABC to take over Fox Studios after a deal for the ABC to give Rupert Murdoch’s Foxtel two news channels fell through at the last minute. Williams had been in charge of the deal for the ABC.

He took over as CEO of Foxtel in December 2001.He stayed until 2011 and was praised for turning Foxtel around from a company that was constantly losing money to one that was making a lot of money.His job as a member of the Towards a Creative Australia working group got him to the Australia 2020 Summit.

Williams was Chairman of the Sydney Opera House Trust from 2005 until 2013. He was asked to do so by Bob Carr, who was Premier of New South Wales at the time. In 2006, after Russell Balding quit as managing director of the ABC, he was talked about as a possible replacement.

Williams was made CEO of News Limited in December 2011. Reports said that his way of managing staff and leaders, including some in the Murdoch family, had made them dislike him, so he quit in August 2013.He was made a Commissioner of the Australian Football League (AFL) in February 2014.In the same year, he wrote Rules of Engagement, a book about his time in Australia’s top organizations.

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