Posts tagged Gemma Crowley
The beauty, peace and serenity of the Blue Mountains formed the perfect backdrop to what was deemed DRPR’s best offsite meeting to date.
Last week the team escaped to a quaint cottage in Bullaburra for a day of strategic planning for the year to come. With everyone focused, a hefty agenda to plough through and ideas and creativity flowing in abundance, the team ended the day with energy levels going through the roof – 2010 is shaping up to be an exciting year for DRPR.
Aside from a definite focus on strategy and business growth development, team bonding played a significant role More >
Last night as former NSW Premier, Nathan Rees’ fate was sealed and Kristina Keneally stepped up to take on the scrupulous task, the Australian female population took two great steps forward in the ongoing battle for equality in the political stakes.
NSW now has its first female state Premier, a promotion which also marks the first female double act in Australian political history with Carmel Tebbutt announced as her deputy.
A cause for celebration? You would think so.
However unfortunately the media decided such a landmark in Australian politics wasn’t ‘sensational’ enough to be the ‘hook’ of the story and decided to go with More >
If the cafeteria in the film Mean Girls was representative of the social media realm, on what table would you be seated?
In what has been deemed as the perfect insight into the intricacies of the typical high school caste system, Mean Girls has taken a light hearted approach to a much more serious issue of harsh social divides; the geeks sitting separate from the jocks, the spoiled princesses and their gaggle divert their eyes from the misfits, the cool Asians sit in the opposite corner from the Goths and so.
Ruthless as it may be, every group and individual has a More >
“Never more than two ads in a row”. The quick reassurance from Nova 96.9’s Merrick and Rosso settles my urge to reach for the station dials. I resist. I guess I can sit through two ads. Three…mmm probably not.
Finally a radio station has woken up to the fickle nature of the average listener and the adverse effects of advertising clutter.
Ads have become the modern day plague. As Rebecca Bealer commented on the previous blog post – there is just no way to get away from advertising these days. Subtle or in your face, advertising is everywhere, and research More >