AdNews Podcast: Spotify's Andrea Ingham & We Are Social's Suzie Shaw

Pippa Chambers
By Pippa Chambers | 30 May 2018
Forbes Street Studio

Welcome to the latest episode of the AdNews Podcast where we sit down with some of adland's top professionals to discuss the many wonders of the buzzing advertising, media and marketing landscape.

This month's podcast sees AdNews editor Pippa Chambers sit down with Spotify's director of sales for Australia and new Zealand, Andrea Ingham, and MD of social-led agency We Are Social, Suzie Shaw.

Both women have been in their roles for three years and have interesting background spanning creative agencies and major radio networks. Both also have a lot in common, having met at a Senior Women in Media and Marketing event work together to help support women in the industry.

In this podcast we discuss women in media and question if current issues are really changing. We also look at social media trends and challenges, talk ads and streaming. 

From Hayu and Netflix habits to the provocative This is America video by Childish Gambino (below if you missed it) plenty is discussed in the 30 minute session.

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In addition to our monthly audio session, recorded at Universal Music's Forbes Street Studios in Sydney, we also have a monthly NGEN podcast that shines a light on young professionals and emerging leaders within the industry.

In our last youth-focused podcast AdNews journalist Josh McDonnell spoke to Mindshare senior media executive and Media Thursdays co-founder Raymond Ly about his work so far, as well as get his advice for navigating the industry.

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