The little marketing podcast

that’s big on personality


Each week James Lush, Nic Hayes and Sarah Mitchell discuss, challenge, dissect and debate what’s happening in the world of marketing, the media, advertising and communications.

Over the past three years they’ve tackled everything from the dos and don’ts of corporate video and low-cost marketing options for start-ups, right through to the risks brands take when they get political in their marketing and philosophies on leadership. Their guests have included some of the world’s biggest names in marketing — particularly content marketing — including:


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But Brand Newsroom is not just for industry “insiders”: this weekly, 20-minute podcast is for anyone who has a say in the way companies are communicating — be they small, medium or big businesses.


Come on in and join the Brand Newsroom community!


Meet James, Nic and Sarah


BNR James Header content marketing podcastJames Lush is the founder and director of
Lush – the Content Agency. Starting out at the BBC in the UK, he has more than two decades of experience in broadcasting, production and consultancy. He presents keynotes around the country and is a regular presenter on ABC Radio in Perth, Western Australia. Follow him on Twitter: @LushJames


BNR Sarah Header content marketing podcastSarah Mitchell one of the most recognised and respected content marketing professionals in Australia. Known as someone who tells it like it is, Sarah presents keynotes and panel discussions on content marketing all over the world — including in her home country, the United States. She’s Lush – the Content Agency’s director of content strategy. Follow her on Twitter: @sarahmitchelloz


BNR Nic Header content marketing podcastNic Hayes has been working in media intelligence, monitoring, public relations for decades and is the founder of Media Stable — a company that helps the media and experts find each other to create news and content together. Nic is a well-known media commentator all over the country, especially in Western Australia. Follow him on Twitter: @Nic_Hayes