NSW 2024 Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards open

By Our Reporter
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Nominations are now open for the 2024 Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards, celebrating media and marketing professionals across New South Wales who foster connections through culture, identity, and language.

These prestigious awards also honor creative agencies and community groups that develop innovative marketing and advertising campaigns for our diverse communities.

The 2024 awards cover 12 categories, including Publication of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Best Text Report, Young Journalist of the Year, and a Public Interest Award.

In 2023, winners included the Western Sydney Wanderers’ season launch, the impactful ‘Racism. It Stops With Me’ campaign, and Indian Link Media Group, which earned the prestigious Publication of the Year award.

In NSW, more than two million citizens were born overseas. Our people come from over 300 ancestries, speak 283 languages, and practice 139 religions. There is an online or traditional media outlet for almost every language spoken in NSW.

Multicultural NSW Advisory Board Chairperson Nick Kaldas, APM, said, “I know just how important it is for the community to maintain connections to their language, and that’s what multicultural media and marketing professionals do every day.

“It’s a great privilege to be able to share in the success of professional communicators by acknowledging them publicly in this way.”

Multicultural NSW CEO Joseph La Posta added, “Trusted multicultural media and advertising agencies provide a valuable link for residents keen to keep across news and events in their community. Importantly, they also help keep people connected to their cultural networks and homelands, driving stronger and more socially cohesive communities right across NSW.”

Nominations are open until Sunday, 28 July. For further information about the PMCAs and to nominate, click here

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