It has just been announced that Melbourne broadcaster and producer, Joel Carnegie has been named as a Top 48 finalist as part of a competition in conjunction with The Voice television program on Channel 9.
If successful in the competition, he will be given the opportunity to study a course at the London Business School and meet contestants and coaches from the popular television program.
As Operations Manager at 3MBS and as an enthusiastic promoter and broadcaster of local music and arts events, Joel hopes that this opportunity will enable him to obtain the business acumen to support his radio career. “I love bringing to life new content and programming initiatives, and believe that having a sound business background is essential when implementing new ideas.”
"In addition, as a passionate supporter and broadcaster of the Australian arts and music scene, I strongly believe that we can do more to promote Australian arts and music to the world. How we do this in the future is up to us.
Alongside genuine talent and financial support, global perspectives and cutting edge business insights are a must. Learning from the best in the business will enable me to take on this cause and allow me to add my voice to the global conversation."
"Also, meeting some of the great Voices of this country will enable me to connect in with artists and musicians at the peak of their craft, and gain further insights into the Australian arts and music industry."
Help Joel find his Voice by voting for him via this link:
(Scroll down the page, click on his image & fill out the voting form on the next page)
The competition closes: 6 June 2012.
London - home of Beefeaters, Bank holidays, blood pudding and a brilliant Business School. To get down to business via this kick-start would be just - well, super! We live in a global world; how we design the future is up to us. Global perspectives and cutting edge insights are a must. Business decisions must be made with integrity and courage, respecting and learning from the experience of others. Jimmy Buffett said, "Older and wiser voices can help find the right path, if you're only willing to listen". So that I can find MY voice, I'm ready to listen.