|“||Gleeman Vox, he operates an underground media empire within the Shadow Sector.||”|
— Sasha Phyronix, DL
The Gleeman Vox Media Empire was an underground business empire run by Gleeman Vox, a vile Slademan obsessed with ratings and bolts. Consisting of the Vox Network, Vox Industries and several other business ventures owned by Gleeman Vox, this unofficial business empire dominated the Shadow Sector for years to come. Flushed with a constant cash flow from his business ventures and having his own personal army, Gleeman Vox literally could do what he wanted without any reprisal, since he was outside the reach of galactic authorities. His Holovision channel, called Vox News, usually showed DreadZone related news and it was run by the anchors Dallas Wanamaker and Juanita Alvaro. After Vox' death and their marriage, it also showed the holovision show Juanita and Dallas.
Vox's Media Empire encompassed entire worlds, as Catacrom Four, Maraxus, Sarathos, Shaar and Torval were all owned by Vox. Even planets he didn't own, he would have his forces occupy portions of the planets from time to time, such as Orxon, Kronos and Stygia for usage as DreadZone Battlecourses. Vox had also purchased the Valix Asteroid Belt from the Valix Network Security Corp.
- Vox Airways
- Vox Industries
- Vox Network
- Vox Pharmaceuticals: A subdivision that developed portable lava technology while designing a heated massage oil. When the massage oil proved unpopular in a focus test it was repackaged as a DreadZone Omega mod known as the Napalm mod.
- Catacrom Four
- DreadZone Station (capital and headquarters)
- Ghost Station
- Kronos (Consisting of the Dark City only)
- Orxon (was briefly occupied by the Vox Media Empire)
- Valix Asteroid Belt
- Ratchet: Deadlocked (first appearance)
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (implied)
- Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (implied)