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Start 2011 armed with insider knowledge on Getting past the media’s toughest gatekeepers! Our first Networx for 2011 will welcome a panel of the key decision makers driving Australia’s most popular media.
The gatekeepers behind Woman’s Day, Channel 7’s The Morning Show and 2GB’s Breakfast with Alan Jones and Drive shows will share their secrets on how to get through the media selection process – from making an impression in your email pitch to maximising precious moments when a gatekeeper takes your call.
We’ll be joined by:
Fiona Connolly, Editor of Woman’s Day, Australia’s top selling weekly magazine. After joining Woman’s Day in 2009, Fiona set about shifting its focus towards local content, which saw the magazine instantly boost its circulation and overtake New Idea as number one. Fiona will reveal the do’s and don’ts for making magazine headlines, from negotiating exclusives to getting the jump on features and shoots.
Chloe Flynn, Supervising Producer for Channel Seven’s The Morning Show. Chloe joined the show’s inaugural team in 2007, after honing her editorial skills in women’s lifestyle magazines. She’ll share her insider knowledge on the elements of a great live TV story, and what truly gets the attention of a producer at Australia’s number one morning program.
Amie Meehan, an Executive Producer at 2GB who has produced shows with Chris Smith and Andrew Moore, and who currently produces Sydney Live 3 'till 6pm with Ben Fordham. Having started her career in both production and reporting roles, Amie will reveal how to make the cut when it comes to pitching news and talkback radio content.
Join us at The Hilton’s Marble Bar on Tuesday 22nd February from 6:00pm. Tickets are $60, which includes a complimentary drink on arrival, canapés and the chance to win some must-have lucky door prizes!
Book online today and enjoy an entertaining evening with plenty of networking opportunities and expert advice.