Two design and lifestyle media powerhouses – MWC Media and Indesign – have announced a new collaboration across Australia’s TEN television network.
November 23rd, 2018
A new exciting contribution to Australian design journalism has been forged with the announcement of an industry-first partnership between Indesign Media Asia Pacific and Australia’s producer of lifestyle television programs, MWC Media.
Indesign Media Asia Pacific joins MWC Media’s Australia By Design programming as Official Media Partner. Joining all four programming verticals slated by Network TEN for 2019 – Australia By Design Architecture; Interiors; Landscapes; Innovations.
“Separately, Indesign and MWC Media are two authorities in the field of architecture media. Together, we are excited to bring the world of architecture and design to a new, wider-reaching audience of design lovers and architecture enthusiasts. We’ve always been passionate about design, architecture and its associated industries, and through our core offerings, we have always strived to make design accessible. This new partnership is a natural extension of what we’ve already been doing for two decades and we cannot wait to share the region’s exceptional design talent to even more people,” says Raj Nandan, Founder and CEO of Indesign Media Asia Pacific.
“We are passionate about showcasing the design ingenuity of this region and have the leading experts in this field among our teams of editors, presenters, jurors and creative talent.”
Mike Chapman, Managing Director of MWC Media says, “This union represents a new level of reach for both organisations, taking the design conversation to an ever-increasing, broader audience in Australia.”
Raj Nandan and Mike Chapman represent two of the most significant and wide-reaching media commentators on design in the country. This new combined reach and exposure for the local design industry will be unparalleled in the market.
If you’d like to get involved to want more information, drop a line to Raj and the team.
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