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Is the Holy Grail within reach? FED 15th November



Our next FED guest is John Allan, Chief Operating Officer of The Australian. John will join Paul McIntyre ‘on the couch’ to talk about his interesting career across several of Australia’s premier media organisations, but especially about the new digital subscription offering from The Australian.

Steve is growing...a Mo!

Moustache Season is only weeks away and to show his commitment to the Movember 2011 campaign, our Steve (bless him) is donating his face to the cause by growing a moustache for the entire month of November.

His Mo will spark conversations, and no doubt generate some laughs; all in the name of raising vital awareness and funds for prostate cancer and male depression.

During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in Australia and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and depression in men.

Don't miss it - there is only one week left to enter the 18th AIMIA Awards and we believe they have already seen some exciting entries.

Have you submitted your award winning work? With only one week left to enter the 18th AIMIA Awards, we have already seen some exciting entries submitted. If you haven't already, it's time to get a wriggle on. Make an impression and submit your entries to the 18th Annual AIMIA Awards! With so many exciting innovations and creations, this year is without a doubt going to be bigger and better than ever before.

Show off your talent and Enter now!

They're getting social and mobile - it's the magazine revolution!

The international and local publishing, advertising and marketing industry will converge on Sydney in November for the inaugural Magazine Week, presented by Publishers Australia and Magazine Publishers of Australia.  With a week long program of events, which culminates in the annual Publishers Australia Excellence Awards, topics will include how to exploit social media, how to grow subscriptions revenue and the opportunities presented by new platforms such as the iPad and smartphones.

It's that time again folks - Amy's back! and LaVolta are always delighted to support AIMIA and the awards

it’s the 18th Annual AIMIA Awards and entries are now open so get cracking – here’s how to enter

If you haven’t heard of “The Amys,” the awards celebrate the best work of Australia’s Digital Content, Services and Applications Industry across a broad range of consumer, business, government and not-for-profit categories.

2011 State Pearcey Awards

You might recall the Pearcey NSW ICT and Digital Media Entrepreneur awards last year at NSW Parliament when we celebrated a host of talent, with the pinnacle award going to Lars and Jens Rasmussen. Lars and Jens generously handed the prize back, funding a very successful “winners” entrepreneurs dinner at Tabou Restaurant at Surrey Hills.

It’s time to do this all over again!

MercerBell launches experiential and digital campaign for Fire & Rescue NSW

Sydney, 16 August 2011: Calling all ‘Super Ordinary’ people! Would you like to see a statue of yourself erected in the city? MercerBell and Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) are giving NSW residents the chance to be honoured in a 3m high statue to raise fire safety awareness.

Launching today and running until 15 September, the Be Super Ordinary campaign aims to  drive over 14,000 safety checks on the FRNSW Home Fire Safety Audit. The campaign is built on the potential everyone has to be Super Ordinary by taking a few easy steps to protect themselves and their homes.



The campaign begins with the audit that has been built into the FRNSW Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/frnsw) which assesses your current fire safety measures along with giving three recommendations for additional improvements. On completion of the survey you are then prompted to upload a photo of your face which will be digitally projected onto the  Super Ordinary monument.