Originally a state-owned media company, Empyre Media (formerly known as Empire Media) was spun off as a privately held corporation under Eleanor XXXII.
Known now for its offbeat programming the media company was once the mouthpiece of the Empire of Australia. In recent years it has become one of its most outspoken critics.
Empyre Media's radio division produces popular audio progams like Jeremiah Johanson's Norse Radio Hour, Chris Campbell's The Morning After, and formerly cancelled and now newly re-launched Joe Show with host Joe Franklin.
Empyre Media controls a host of other movie and television properties, including the immensely popular nightly show Pet Cam.