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TIM WEBSTER TO HOST INDUSTRY UPDATE VIDEO AT NMW

09-05-2017
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Visitors to National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne are likely to spot a familiar face on and around Stand 2250 on Thursday 11th May

Iconic Aussie newsreader Tim Webster will be visiting National Manufacturing Week at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on Thursday 11th May as part of a new role as the host of Industry Update Video.

The leading Australian manufacturing publication is launching its new online video initiative on Stand 2250 at the show, with Webster as the anchorman.

According to Industry Update Publisher, Scott Filby: “When we came up with the concept of Industry Update Video, there was only one person to host it. Tim has worked on Industry Update before, and is so well known to our readership that he was the natural choice.”

Industry Update Video offers companies the chance to publicise their products and services through a series of short promotional videos presented in news bulletin style by Tim Webster.

All videos will appear on the Industry Update website and on the Industry Update YouTube channel. And companies will be able to include them on their own sites.

Says Filby: “If a potential buyer in the manufacturing business visits your website and sees a screen grab of a video hosted by Tim Webster we think they’re certain to click on it – if only to find out what he’s doing there!”

Tim Webster has a busy day ahead of him in Melbourne, with the organisers of both National Manufacturing Week and the collocated Austech exhibition lining up industry figures and commentators for him to interview, including former Minister for Small Business Bruce Billson.

Tim Webster is a much-loved Australian television and radio personality and sports broadcaster. His career includes presenting the Perth edition of Ten News at Five and being sports presenter on the Sydney edition of the programme. He also worked on Ten's Late News as well as Sydney's Ten News at Five and Sports Tonight. He now hosts a weekday afternoon radio programme on Sydney's 2UE.

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