Brisbane Talent takes on the world. In an over-saturated marketing world, the following four start-ups are launching Brisbane into the digital and tech industry and are doing… Read more “4 Brisbane Startups”
Have you ever considered studying a double degree? As a university student completing a dual bachelor degree in Nutrition Science and Media and Communication, I understand the… Read more “Benefits of a Double Degree”
Padded jackets and pressed slacks used to be universal job interview standard. However, nowadays companies have their own unique and personalised culture and attire standards. For instance,… Read more “Decoding Job Interview Attire: The Media Industry”
Podcasts are an unlikely medium encouraging many to tune out of the world and into new talk shows and commentary. Whether for discussions, education, or entertainment, its… Read more “Video: Growing Popularity of Podcasts”
Ready for some real world insight? It’s time to get up close and personal with the Director of Media for the next Commonwealth Games, Natalie Gauld. With… Read more “Insights from Commonwealth Games’ Director of Media”
I recently sat down with Paula Lazzarini, the Media and Communications Manager for the National Heart Foundation’s Queensland and Northern Territory Division to find out more about… Read more “Insights: Media and Communications Manager of the Heart Foundation”
Brendan ‘Sauce’ Hertel has worked at the Reds since the end of the 2011. His nickname ‘Sauce’ stems from his bright ginger hair and beard, which is how everyone came to know him at Queensland Rugby Union (QRU).
Last year the industry of search engine marketing (SEM) was worth $65 billion. As technology continues to grow, and Google continues to be the norm, this phenomenon is unable to be ignored for brand awareness. Search is able to direct online traffic 300% more effectively then social media. Therefore, brands and content creation are focusing on more then just social media platforms. While knowledge of these space are important, media and communications students are required to engage with marketing tactics to ensure employers are effectively covering a digital space. This skill helps improve the employability of media and communications professionals and graduates.
The way we consume and interact with media is changing at a faster rate than ever before and advancements in technology and media distribution allows easier access… Read more “New Devices, Different Behaviours”
Imagine being on a film set. The harsh lights shining down. Two-stories of scaffolding being set up in front of your eyes to emulate a building. Breathing in the same air as your favourite movie star as she gets her glam done. Sounds like an absolute dream, doesn’t it?