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Mumbrella releases 2019 Publish Awards finalists

The shortlist for Mumbrella’s 2019 Publish Awards has been released, with B2B, custom, association and special interest publishers and publications listed as finalists. 

Content agencies delivering custom publications are well represented across the majority of award categories, with Medium Rare Content Agency taking the lead with 19 shortlisted entries.  

Medium Rare and Hardie Grant will battle it out for the Publishing Company of the Year – Large award, against publishers Junkee Media, Guardian Australia and Bauer Media

Finalists for the Publishing Company of the Year – Small award are Mahlab, Broadsheet Media, Grin Creative and Storynation – with three out of the four being content agencies. 

Momentum Media has received the most shortlisted entries for a publisher, including the nomination of Alex Whitlock, Director of mortgage and finance broker publication The Advisor, for the Publish Leader of the Year award. 

Business Publication of the Year finalists include The Australian Financial Review, Momentum’s Lawyers Weekly, and three of Medium Rare’s custom publications: The Farmer, Company Director and Acuity.

Website of the Year – Business shortlisted entries include: 

Shortlisted entries for the Association or Member Organisation Publication of the Year include Momentum’s Public Accountant publication for the Institute of Public Accountants, the Recruitment Consulting Staffing Association’s The Brief, The Law Society of NSW’s LSJ, and Mahlab’s HRM for Australian HR

Six finalists have been listed for the Custom Publication of the Year award: 

Other publisher finalists across different categories include CPA Australia’s INTHEBLACK magazine, Elite Agent, Paragon Media’s Daily Cargo News, Sitchu, Morris Media Network, Concrete Playground, Schwartz Media, the Robb Report, and Missprint Media

Mumbrella’s Publish Awards gala dinner is being held on 19 September 2019 at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Sydney. 

The full shortlist can be found here

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