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InQueensland Media outlines plans to push quality, independent journalism to new level

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Queensland’s quality media took a bold step forward with the formal launch on Thursday of a new business entity, InQueensland Media.

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Formed by the recent merger of news platform InQueensland and respected digital lifestyle publication The Weekend Edition, InQueensland Media hosted a VIP function to outline its plans for continued growth in the Queensland market.

Introduced to a crowd of business, community and industry leaders at Brisbane Powerhouse, the function also included a speech by Deputy Premier Steven Miles who highlighted the importance of independent media, and the impact accurate “non clickbait” information sources had made during the depths of the Covid pandemic.

Miles described himself as a “dedicated reader” of InQueensland and lauded the work of both publications in delivering free, trusted news and information to their readers in Queensland.

The company also outlined plans to enhance and expand the content and community involvement of its two publications.

After an absence forced by Covid, the popular Queensland EATdrink Awards would return in the coming months; a new arts journalism initiative focused on Queensland arts reviews called InReviewQ; and two new business events including 40 Under 40 – a showcase of the state’s top young entrepreneurs, were announced.

Click on the link to see a video with more about the company’s evolution and future plans.

 

 

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