SBS were the winners this week with news from Canberra that the network will receive just over $814 million in funding over the next 3 years, plus an extra $8.3 million for indigenous and multicultural programming.
Roy Morgan research have this week released results for Australian newspaper readerships for the last 12 months as at March 2016 and it’s no surprise that major mastheads around the country have fallen in readership.
It was a big week for TV this week… The Oscars happened, new channel 7flix started, NRL returned and the Sunrise and Today war got real.
Sunday night saw the launch of the Seven Network’s new channel 7flix. So far the channel has had a slow start
Managing Director Roger Delaney was on set in Sydney yesterday assisting in the directing of filming new advertorials for our client Essilor,
TV programming will go back to normal tonight with the return of popular programs as the 2016 survey year is about to kick off, from Sunday.
This week we welcomed a friendly new (and not so new) face, Fiona Sullivan. Fiona has been appointed as an Account Manager within our Sunny Media Automotive team.
Having previously worked for Seven, Southern Cross Ten and Austereo on the Sunshine Coast Fiona has already worked alongside Sunny Media for several years.
Fiona’s outgoing and friendly attitude along with her vast media experience is a perfect fit for Sunny Media and we are confident that our clients will agree.
We sat down with Fiona for a chat and found out a bit more about our latest team member…
If you haven’t heard of Netflix you must be behind the times… it’s the latest subscription video on demand service that is finding its way into Australian homes.
The latest Roy Morgan research revealed that Netflix is now in over 1-in-10 homes reaching 2.63 million Australians.
Letterbox marketing has always been debated regarding it’s worth and success. Consumers seem to either love or hate their junk mail, they either read it or they don’t. But for advertisers, is it a worthwhile tool to invest in?
This week we had a chat to our newest team member Sarah, to find out what makes her tick.
What experience do you have in the industry? I am relatively new to the advertising industry. I have worked in Marketing and HR roles in the mines in Central Queensland since finishing University. I am used to very fast-paced roles and thrive when working in a busy and dynamic work environment, which is exactly what QA provides.
What has been your favourite project that you have worked on? I have worked on a number of multi-million dollar tenders, which were extremely challenging and rewarding.
Where do you hope to be in 5 years time? I would like to still be working in advertising or media and hopefully I will have seen a lot more of Australia and the world.
What inspires you in your new position at QA? Being surrounded by experts in the industry inspires me and the approach to always deliver the best we possibly can in everything we do.
What is your best attribute? This is always such a hard question to answer. I think my commitment and dedication. If I do something, I always strive to do it to the best of my ability.
What is your favourite destination that you have travelled to and why? This is really tough!!! I spent a lot of 2014 travelling through Europe and have so many favourite destinations, it is impossible to pick only one. I think my favourite countries were Spain, Greece and Ireland. As far as particular destinations go…. I loved Barcelona, Santorini, Portofino, Florence, Salzburg, Galway & Fussen.
What is your favourite TV show? I mainly only watch sport on TV. But I was a definite Revenge and My Kitchen Rules fan and I love The Footy Show (NRL).
What coffee do you drink? Skinny cappuccino with an extra shot
What do you love about our local area and the Sunshine Coast? It’s home! After travelling a lot and working away for a number of years… It’s always amazing to come back to the Sunshine Coast. Everything really is on our doorstep. I am so happy to be back living and working here.