Radio Today’s Vivienne Kelly nominated for Editor of the Year in Mumbrella Publish Awards
Radio Today’s editor and content director, Vivienne Kelly, has been nominated for two gongs at the upcoming Mumbrella Publish Awards.
Kelly is up for Editor of the Year (Business) as well as Single Article of the Year for ‘Will Aussie radio have its #metoo moment?‘
In addition, the special Radio Today Tonight podcast episode ‘What’s really stopping radio’s #metoo moment?‘ is in the running for Best Podcast (Single Episode).
The Mumbrella Publish Awards were formerly run by industry body Publishers Australia and are now in their 25th year.
The Awards celebrate the best in consumer, business-to-business and custom publishing across print and digital, and are judged by a panel of leading publishing, advertising and media executives.
The winners of the 2021 Mumbrella Publish Awards will be announced online via a virtual presentation on Thursday, September 9.
Take 2 Media’s Mumbrella Publish Awards nominations
Editor of the Year – Business
- Hannah Tattersall – Acuity, Medium Rare Content Agency with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Narelle Hooper – Company Director, Medium Rare Content Agency with Australian Institute of Company Directors
- Vivienne Kelly – Radio Today, Take 2 Media
Best Podcast (Single Episode)
- Extraordinary Stories: Magazine Queens Episode 1 – Mamamia Podcasts, Mamamia
- I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin – True Crime Australia for News Corp Australia
Life’s Booming: Grey Nomads – DARE Magazine, Medium Rare Content Agency for Australian Seniors
- Radio Today Tonight: What’s really stopping radio’s #metoo moment? – Take 2 Media
Something To Talk About with Samantha Armytage – Stellar, News Corp Australia
- The Night Driver – The Australian, News Corp Australia
Single Article of the Year
- Annabel Hennessy – ‘Annaliesse Ugle: How housing insecurity and a lack of support contributed to 11-year-old girl’s despair’ – The West Australian/The Sunday Times for Seven West Media
- Jess Hill, Sarah Grant, Kathryn Madden, Courtney Thompson – ‘It’s time to make it a crime’ – Marie Claire for Are Media
- Juliet Rieden – ‘Family always came first’ – The Australian Women’s Weekly for Are Media
- Samantha Maiden – ‘Young staffer Brittany Higgins says she was raped at Parliament House’ – news.com.au for News Corp Australia
- Vivienne Kelly – ‘Will Aussie radio have its #metoo moment?’ – Radio Today for Take 2 Media