Ekka Media Kit 2023

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duo Sharyn Ghidella and Max Futcher present 7NEWS at 6pm each weekday, featuring all the amusement and highlights from each day of the show. Kendall Gilding will also bring you all the Ekka fun live from the Brisbane Showgrounds in the 4pm news across Queensland each weekday. And don’t forget 7NEWS Meteorologist Tony Auden who will buzzing around the grounds to bring you the most accurate Ekka forecast across the 9 days of show. Not only can you watch your favourite 7NEWS presenters from your loungeroom each night, but you can pop by the 7 LIVE STUDIOS in the Channel 7 Pavilion to meet them in person. Have a go at your dream job behind the 7NEWS desk as you meet some of Seven’s biggest local stars and get a behind the scenes look at some of Queensland’s favourite television shows. goa goa Billboards is southeast Queensland’s largest independent billboard company. Proudly family owned, goa is committed to innovation and has helped shape the way outdoor advertising operates in Australia, introducing the first digital billboards nationwide. Offering extensive audience coverage with 90.5% of SEQ reached every week, its goa’s mission is to get its clients noticed. goa Billboards has a strong commitment to the community and give back through their Community Partnerships Program, they are proud to once again be the outdoor advertising partner for The Royal Queensland Show – Ekka. Triple M Triple M and the Ekka go together just like a Dagwood Dog and the Chair-o-Plane. To celebrate Ekka 2023, Triple M’s Big Breakfast with Marto Margaux and Dan, and The Rush Hour with Leisel Jones, Liam and Dobbo are giving away tickets to the most iconic week on the Brisbane calendar! But the fun doesn’t stop when Ekka finishes up – keep tuning into to Triple M to score your tickets to other events like the Lions, Dolphins and even the Rockstar Lounge for Riverfire! Community PARTNER COEX Ekka will provide green bins for recycling drink containers through the Containers for Change Program, raising funds for the RNA Foundation (RNAF). For every plastic bottle and aluminium can recycled, container refunds will be donated to the RNAF. The RNAF raises

funds to aid agricultural heritage preservation, agricultural education and agricultural awareness and development.

4BC 4BC is proud to be a media partner of Ekka in 2023. The radio station has a long and rich history of involvement with major events in Brisbane, and events don’t come bigger than Ekka. 4BC will be Broadcasting Live from Ekka again this year, bringing all the fun and excitement of this iconic annual event to the audience. 4BC has a predominantly “live and local” lineup of presenters with deep connections to listeners and their home City, including the iconic Brisbane Breakfast Show. “Laurel, Gary and Mark” can be heard weekday mornings on 4BC from 5.30am until 9am. Combine that with Ray Hadley’s Award winning Morning Show, Sofie Formica in Afternoons, Peter Psaltis with Wide World of Sports and Spencer Howson on weekends, and 4BC has a guaranteed formula to entertain and inform Brisbane. As well as broadcasting on AM 882, 4BC has an ever increasing presence with audio streaming through the 4BC.com.au website and the 4BC app for mobile devices. B105 B105 is Brisbane’s number one station for the hits you love. Wake up every morning with Stav, Abby and Matt and let Carrie and Tommy drive you home in the afternoon! Keep it locked on B105 to win your Ekka tickets and be sure to find the Black Thunders onsite for the chance to win a stack of prizes. The Courier-Mail / The Sunday Mail The Courier-Mail and The Sunday Mail have a long association with Ekka that goes back to coverage of the very first show in 1876 in the Brisbane Courier. Whether it’s celebrating State of Origin wins, dissecting political policy or just remembering why it’s so great to live in the Sunshine State, Queenslanders turn to The Courier-Mail and The Sunday Mail, and http://couriermail.com.au. For Queensland’s best coverage of breaking news, sport and entertainment as well as in-depth analysis, advice and solutions to navigate today’s issues and a swag of great rewards for members, subscribe today at http://couriermail.com.au/ subscribe. Channel 7 Ekka is an iconic annual event in every Queenslander’s calendar and Channel Seven is proud to once again partner with The Royal Queensland Show. Watch as Queensland’s number one news

MAJOR PARTNERS Australian Eggs

Australian Eggs is a member owned not- for-profit company providing marketing and research & development (R&D) services for the benefit of Australian egg farmers. Working together with the egg industry and the Australian Government, Australian Eggs strives to deliver value to industry and the public by investing in programs that increase consumption and ensure industry sustainability. All known Australian egg farmers are serviced by Australian Eggs, irrespective of their size, location or farming system. Coca-Cola Europacific Partners The team at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners are great fans of the Ekka and many visit with their families each year. We love to celebrate the heritage of the Show and enjoy the fun, food and sounds of Ekka each August. As usual we will add a little surprise for visitors who enjoy our cold beverages at Ekka again this year, see you there! Heritage Bank Heritage Bank is a home-grown success story with a 148-year history of helping Queenslanders achieve their financial goals. As one of Australia’s largest customer-owned banks, Heritage puts people first in everything we do. This year, we’re proud to support the Volunteer Program and highlight the amazing community spirit and contribution of Ekka’s volunteers. We’re also delighted to again support Little Backyard Farmers, which encourages children to learn about farming by getting hands-on at an interactive stand. Let the kids explore and experience the importance of future sustainability practices through activities like nurturing plants, collecting eggs and more. Norco Norco began in 1895, when a group of 40 farmers gathered under a tree at Clunes, near Byron Bay, to discuss how they could come together to secure a better and more profitable future for the dairy farmers of the Northern Rivers by exercising the principles of collaboration. They knew then, what we still live by today, that we are stronger together. 127 years later, Norco is Australia’s largest

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