Sky Network Television's full-year net profit rose almost 21 percent, due in part to it gaining more customers and charging higher fees for the range of programme packages it offers.
The pay-TV operator's profit was almost $166 million for the year ended June while sales rose 3 percent to $909 million.
Sky Television said the result was stronger as a result of an increase in customers.
It added just over 9000 customers on a net basis while customer turnover dropped more than a percentage point to just over 13 percent.
Sky's viewership rose to 158 hours a month from 151 hours the previous year and its market share climbed to 29.4 percent from 28.7 percent.
The company has announced plans to roll out some new video-on-demand products in the current year.
It also plans to update all older-style decoders to provide subscribers with newer technology.