Australia's Caxtons seminars to be live-streamed

Caxtons_EDM_Speaker_Line_Up_RGB_LR_V01-thumb-400x388-87223-thumb-400x388-87484.jpgAs delegates from the Australian ad industry prepare to travel to Hamilton Island off Queensland for the 2012 Caxton Seminar and Awards on Friday, organisers have announced that this year's event has sold out.

For those based in Asia, the Caxtons 2012 speaker seminars will be live streamed, and can be viewed here when the seminar begins at approximately 2.15pm AEDT on Friday October 12, and then from 10am AEDT on Saturday October 13. Speakers include US ad legends Lee Clow and Jeff Goodby.

Enter The Caxton.
Attendees at Caxtons 2012 are set to be treated to one of the most inspiring seminars in the event's 38 year history.
 
An all-star line-up of speakers will bring to life this year's Caxtons theme, "the world loves a story", with delegates getting a unique chance to hear from - and put questions to - some genuine legends of the advertising industry.
 
Headlining the event are international keynote speakers Jeff Goodby, founding partner of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, and Derek Robson, Goodby Silverstein managing partner, while Lee Clow, chairman and global director of TBWA\Worldwide, will make a special 'virtual' appearance at the seminar in the first ever live streamed 'Creative Legend' session.
 
Australian speakers include Jonathan Kneebone, co-founder of The Glue Society, journalists Joe Hildebrand (The Daily Telegraph) and Nick McKenzie (The Age, Four Corners), Hopscotch Group chief and renowned movie executive Troy Lum, Commonwealth Bank chief marketing & online officer Andy Lark, PHD Media Australia strategy director Chris Stephenson and Special Group creative director and founding partner Tony Bradbourne.
 
The 2012 Caxton Seminar and Awards celebrate creativity in Australian Newspaper advertising and will be held from Friday to Sunday, October 12th to 14th, at Hamilton Island in the Whitsundays.

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