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Long-term media deal for business program
HOLLYTWOOD has the Oscars, and the music industry has the Grammys – but for many Australian businesses it is the long-standing Local Business Awards that represent the pinnacle of recognition.
Now in their 40th year the Local Business Awards are held across 30 regions and attracting hundreds of thousands of nominations each year. 
Media partnerships play a key role in assisting promote the Local Business Awards and showcase winners and finalists. 
Western Sydney based publishing company, Community Broadcast Network (publishers of Western Sydney Express) has been a long-standing media partner for the Local Business Awards and has just confirmed a new long-term deal to be the official media partner for nine local business awards programs including:
Inner West.
Blacktown City. 
Sydney Hills.
Central Coast. 
CBN group publisher, Michael Walls said CBN was honoured to working with Precedent Productions, founders of the Local Business Awards for the forseeable future to showcase the valuable program.
He said CBN’s established local media presence in key Western Sydney and Central Coast markets meant CBN could deliver high-value features and ongoing media coverage to local communities where the awards influence business most.
CBN local media brands include Western Sydney Express, Blacktown News, Parramatta Times, Macarthur Advocate and the Central Coast Sun.
“We’ve worked with the team at Precedent for many years we take our role of media partner as one of responsibility for showcasing the Local Business Awards program and also adding value to the many businesses that enter these awards,” said Mr Walls.
CBN produces a finalist and winners feature for each area. Each sponsoring media brand website has a dedicated area where visitors can view digital editions of all previous features anytime, permanently.
Precedent Productions Managing Director and Awards founder Steve Loe said: “There’s no doubt that local business owners and their staff work hard to provide the best possible service to their customers.
“That’s why it’s important to us that we have in place secure and effective local media partnerships. CBN fits well with our culture at Precedent, and we are proud to be working with them as our local business awards grow from strength to strength,” said Mr Loe.
For information about the awards Local Business Awards visit: www.thebusinessawards.com.au For details aboiut media coverage opportunities contact info@accessnews.com.au


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Access News is a print and digital media publisher established over 15 years and based in Western Sydney, Australia. Our newspaper titles include the flagship publication, Western Sydney Express, which is a trusted source of information and for hundreds of thousands of decision makers, businesspeople and residents looking for insights into the people, projects, opportunities and networks that shape Australia's fastest growing region - Greater Western Sydney.