A new media agency legend will be named at the sixth annual MOST Awards in September, and Mediamark have come on-board as a sponsor to recognise this consistently great player in the industry. The MOST Awards celebrates service excellence and professionalism across the media agency and media owner sector.
Mediamark, formerly known as Radmark and Digitalmark, specialises in radio and digital sales, with over 16-years of experience in the media sales game. At Mediamark relationships with the industry and service excellence remain a priority, and it continues to grow its proposition of multi-channel advertising packages.
“Mediamark is proud to recognise the Media Agency Legend at the 2014 MOST Awards. The remarkable talent within the media industry deserves recognition and having the opportunity for Mediamark to do so publicly through this forum is an honour,” says Elton Ollerhead, Managing Director of Mediamark.
Mediamark operates across four sectors radio, digital, events, and television. Specialist staff focus on creating exceptional partnerships, and bringing together different media worlds to create an entirely new one, in order to offer its advertisers the opportunity to buy a more integrated radio proposition.
New rules to the 2014 MOST Awards specify that a winner of the Legend category can only win once. The winner of the Media Agency Legend Award will have demonstrated, over the years, knowledge of the media landscape, client brands and market landscape, exemplary communication skills, professionalism, ability to empower, plus involvement, dedication, and commitment to constantly improve the industry.
“There are tons of notable people in the media sector. Only the best will make it through out rigorous process. Mediamark have stepped up to the plate to ensure that the winner this year is given credit for years of excellent service to the industry,” said Sandra Gordon, CEO of Wag the Dog Publishers and founder of the MOST Awards.
Purchase tickets to the sixth annual MOST Awards at the Linder Auditorium in Parktown, Johannesburg, on 4 September. Click here or go to TheMediaOnlin, click on the banner on the home page. Tickets are priced at R300 each for 1 to 3 tickets (to encourage smaller companies and individuals to attend), R450 each for groups of four to 10, and R400 for groups of more than 10.
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