The entries for Women in Media Awards have closed and now it’s time to get voting for who you want to take home the People’s Choice Award on the night.
The extra-long People’s Choice list includes all the amazing women who entered the Awards, split up into the categories they entered in.
To vote for the People’s Choice award, voters can pick UP TO 14 women from the various categories (you can choose just one if that’s all you want to) before hitting the ‘Done’ button at the bottom of the page.
The votes will be tallied up on the closing date, with one winner emerging victorious.
You’ve got about a month to have your say on who should be awarded the shiny gong, with entries closing on August 5 at 5pm.
Click on the list here to cast your vote.
And if you want to see who you hope will be the People’s Choice winner, make sure you grab some tickets to the evening. The Awards will be held on August 19 at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, following our inaugural daytime Women in Media forum.
If you’re interested in the POWER LIST for Women in Media, this list is defined by the seriously powerful women in our industry, which you can submit a nomination for someone (or yourself) here.
The Power List is not a popularity contest, but rather a countdown of the finest, most fierce women in our industry. You can read more FAQs and details here and see last year’s Power List here. Nominations for the Power List close on Wednesday July 13.
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