B&T is a 67 year old brand that provides an integrated briefing on marketing, media and advertising
In print B&T’s six issues a year are dense, journal-like collectables that pay homage to the creativity, humour, insight and innovation that spins our advertising-driven world.
Online B&T focuses on delivering daily intelligence on the marketing, media and advertising industries within Australia and further afield. B&T’s commitment to journalism moves well beyond the usual daily news cycles with in-depth premium content, visual nourishment, insightful opinion, and the guarantee of genuine thought-provoking exclusive content.
In person, B&T curates a series of events each year that punctuate the calendar and draw thousands of delegate, such as 30 Under 30, Women in Media, the B&T Awards and helping out with disruption conference Daze of Disruption.
Founded 65 years ago B&T was a magazine. Decades have past, delivery has changed, but excellence remains.
B&T is a new generation in business to business publishing, generating deep data on reader behaviour to serve each individual with the most relevant content possible. With these insights B&T can pair readers and clients with who they want, when they want, how they want.
B&T was a magazine that stood for Broadcast & Television. Now B&T stands for reliability, positivity and integrity in marketing, media & advertising.
B&T’s head office is in Sydney, Australia with an office in Melbourne. This covers the major marketing, media and advertising hubs in Australia.
Long time publisher, ex-creative agency consultant, B&T aficionado, occasional marlin wrestler.
He just won’t leave! Used to be editor of FHM and Zoo Weekly.
Officially the tallest person in the office.
Officially the tallest woman in the office.
Neither shortest or tallest, quite possibly the nicest.
Weirdly excited by white space, shoots with Canon, but reckons Nikon is better. Drives a barely road legal 1975 Triumph.
Travel journalist for 18 years. Set foot on all seven continents and both arctic circles. Now exploring ad-land.