Thanks to our sponsors

TULLOCH_LOGO amendedTulloch’s has donated wine for us to use as gifts for our invited speakers. They are also providing red, white and sparkling wine for the Welcome to ANZCA cocktail event on Wednesday.

The Tulloch story began in 1895 when Branxton General Store owner John Younie Tulloch accepted a 43 acre property in Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley as the settlement of a debt.

Taking an immediate liking to the property and the 5 acres of neglected Shiraz vines it contained, he set about rejuvenating the vineyard and so began the proud tradition that continues today. Tulloch continues to be regarded as an iconic Hunter producer, ensuring they remain a must see destination within the Hunter Valley producing wine styles for all generations.

Mindframe HIMHThe Mindframe National Media Initiative, Hunter Institute of Mental Health is celebrating its 18th anniversary and are sponsoring Friday’s morning tea as a celebration. Mark Bryant and Jen Locke have organised a panel called ‘Coming of Age’ – the Mindframe National Media Initiative: reflecting back on 18 years and looking ahead to the future, which Kristy Frame will be chairing on Thursday.

Co-op_Logo_Master_RGBThe University of Newcastle Co-Op bookstore is providing a stand at the conference to showcase and sell delegate publications.



MIA SAGEMedia International Australia is sponsoring the keynote of Amanda D. Lotz.

(From the website) Media International Australia – MIA – is a peer-reviewed journal publishing scholarly research and reviews about media, telecommunications and cultural industries, policies and practices. Founded in 1976 and primarily focused on Australia and New Zealand, MIA aims to be inclusive, interdisciplinary and international. Articles range widely across media forms, scholarly fields and geographic regions, including Asia and the Pacific. We welcome empirical, applied and theoretical research, historical and
speculative analysis, as well as debate and commentary.

MIA is an affiliated journal of the Australian & New Zealand Communication Association Inc. and is part of the SAGE publishing stable, who are also providing support.

Routledge_revRoutledge is providing sponsorship for the Welcome to ANZCA cocktail event. Routledge is part of the Taylor and Francis group who are the publishers of the ANZCA journal Communication Research and Practice.

The Lucky Logo BlackMany thanks to The Lucky Hotel for providing the venue for the ANZCA Executive meeting on Tuesday 5th July.