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Who’s On Top? Women In Media 2020 People’s Choice Leaderboard Update!

Who’s On Top? Women In Media 2020 People’s Choice Leaderboard Update!
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B&T’s Women in Media’s People’s Choice poll has been open for just two weeks and we’ve already seen some solid movement between the top contenders.

The good news? It’s still anyone’s game. There aren’t many votes separating our top contenders.

The list includes the names of everyone who entered the awards this year – and you can vote for as many as you like (but only once, so make sure you choose carefully!)

Let’s show our appreciation and awe for the exceptional women in Australian media. It’s especially during these murky times.

The votes will be tallied up on the closing date – 7 October 2020 5pm – and one person will be crowned the winner.

As it stands as of 10am, Thursday 1 October 2020 with a total of 5531 votes, the people’s choice leaders are:

1. Mia Marasco – Quantcast
2. Ilda Jamison – SpotX
3. Aleisha McCall – Ultimate Edge Communications
4. Alison Cameron – Grant Broadcasters Pty Ltd
5. Samantha Bolton – Audience Precision
6. Lisa Ronson – Coles
7. Tara O’Keefe – QMS Media
8. Priya Donelly – QMS Media
9. Catherine Stone – Crybaby Productions
10. Jessica Honeychurch – Network 10

 

Call or text your friends, email your colleagues, tweet the PM, write handwritten cards – whatever you need to do to win that shiny trophy.

Vote now, no dilly-dallying!

GET VOTING HERE.

Thanks to the C-word, B&T has made the decision to hold the awards virtually on Wednesday 28 October 2020, 4pm-5:30pm. You can register to attend for free here. We can’t wait to celebrate in-person next year!

And second most importantly, if not more importantly, thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors.

 

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