The NSW team at Australian independent sports media syndicator Crocmedia is bringing a three-day roadshow to key media agencies to introduce themselves to the market.
Taking place throughout September in Sydney, the introductory event series will offer agencies an insight into Crocmedia’s capability to deliver brand stories nationally across Australia over multiple platforms including radio, TV, online, in-stadium and events.
Crocmedia is Australia’s largest syndicator of radio sports content, creating over 300 hours of radio per week, and broadcasting via hundreds of stations around the country.
Crocmedia’s Sydney commercial team includes, Sarah Boon, Liam Scullin, Tom Drinkwater and Anna Mace, led by national director of sales Emily McGrath.
“It’s time to make sure that Crocmedia is front of mind when our Sydney-based clients are considering the opportunities in the sporting landscape,” McGrath said.
“We’ll call on our talent pool to join us in the offices of our agency partners, and will be offering some great initiatives for engagement at the events”
Sessions will run for between 30 and 40 minutes, and will be hosted by McGrath and expert commentator Russell Barwick.
Agency teams at the catered roadshow will have the chance to win an NRL Grand Final experience, with the Q&A-style sessions presenting an exclusive opportunity to converse directly with both past and present sporting stars present at each event.
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