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Long weekend listening

Entertainment, General, Media

We’re switching off the laptops, putting the phones to silent and kicking back until Tuesday morning. For any trips, long or short, podcasts are essential. Here are Edelman Australia’s top picks to keep you entertained over Easter.

We’re switching off the laptops, putting the phones to silent and kicking back until Tuesday morning. For any trips, long or short, podcasts are essential. Here are Edelman Australia’s top picks to keep you entertained over Easter:

 

My Favorite Murder – @MyFavMurder @MFMPodcast @MyFavoriteMurder

Weekly comedy podcast hosted by two lifelong true crime fans and comedians, Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark. The girls bring their own flavour to each episode, using dark comedy and shock to share their unique perspective on well-known cases.

Bonus: It has applications to work! Click here for ‘5 things marketers can learn from My Favorite Murder podcast.’

 

Generation Why – @GenWhyPod @TheGenerationWhyPodcast @GenerationWhyPodcast  

The ultimate true crime podcast, where Aaron Habel and Justin Evans spend every episode delving into all the details and their theories surrounding an unsolved murder, mystery or true crime story.

 

My Dad Wrote a Porno – @MyDadWroteaPorno @MyDadWroteaPorno @MyDadWroteaPorno

Yes you read this right, but don’t judge until you listen to it. It follows some QI (that program with Stephen Fry) researchers where one of their Dads has literally written a naughty novel, entitled Belinda Blinked. Hilarity ensues and it is well worth it. 

 

The Bugle – @TheBugle @TheBugle @TheBugle

For a touch of British sarcasm and a run down of the biggest news, this is your go-to. This satirical podcast throws shade onto all of the world’s leaders in the most hilarious fashion. 

 

#AskJackD – @JackDelosa @delosa @Jackdelosa

Jack Delosa is an entrepreneur and the founder of The Entourage who aims to bring entrepreneurial learning into schools. He offers simple and tangible advice on how to grow your business, generate revenue or deal with business failures.

 

Ted Radio Hour – @TEDRadioHour @TEDRadioHour

Talks on all fascinating ideas, inventions and new ways to think and create. From understanding why people are always online, to scientific processes and achieving the next big breakthrough. The sessions are hosted by Guy Raz and new episodes are released weekly.  

 

ABC Radio National – All In The Mind @allinthemind @ABCRNAllInTheMind 

Want to know more about your brain and how it tweaks behaviour, this is the podcast for you. Most recently an episode called “Growing Up Digitally” documented how different generations mature with and without internet. Fascinating listening. 

 

A Neuroscientist Explains@bnglaser 

A podcast that only kicked off in 2017, A Neuroscientist Explains looks at a different news topic each week through the science of the mind. The sessions are shared on a weekly basis and hosted by Observer Mag columnist and neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Glaser. Highlights are ‘How music affects the brain’ and ‘How we perceive the truth’.

 

The 5AM Miracle – @JeffSandersTV @jeffsandersproductions

An action-focused weekly podcast hosted by Jeff Sanders that is dedicated to “dominating your day before breakfast”. Jeff talks about how to tackle goals and challenges with enthusiasm and encourages his listeners to adopt small daily habits that lead to long-term results. He often hosts experts who contribute to the podcast covering topics such as emotional health and happiness, productivity and time management.

Telstra Ballet Dancer Award

Entertainment, General, Sponsorship

Telstra and the Australian Ballet have been in partnership for more than 30 years. They share the belief that dance is an amazing way to connect with people. It is in fact one of the oldest forms of communications known to man.

Telstra and the Australian Ballet have been in partnership for more than 30 years. They share the belief that dance is an amazing way to connect with people. It is in fact one of the oldest forms of communications known to man.

Each year, emerging dancers from The Australian Ballet are nominated for the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award (TBDA). To support Telstra’s ambition of becoming Australia’s most loved brand, we needed an idea to connect regular Australians with these six brilliant ballet dancers.

Idea: The Connection of Dance

If ballet is a form of communication, then how would an artist interpret the language of dance? We paired six inspiring Australian artists with the six TBDA nominees and asked the artist to create an artwork inspired by their nominee. We literally set each pair up in a studio and had the nominee dance live while the artist created their artwork live. The results were raw, beautiful and transformative. 

The activity was led trough an extensive PR, social and paid program. Edelman recommended a distribution strategy designed to build interest week-on-week in the lead-up to the winner announcement. This include engaging influential blogs and websites across a variety of genre categories offering exclusive behind scenes content and filming access that told the stories of the dancers.

Jessica de Boer – Account Director, Brand and Sponsorship

Jessica.DeBoer@edelman.com

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