MediaLink Productions is a production-based communications consultancy dedicated to achieving results for our clients.
We offer a fully integrated service, from devising client communication campaigns, through to execution and evaluation.
With offices and digital video editing suites in Melbourne and Sydney, and a national database of over 80 camera crews, we are uniquely placed to capture and produce your video requirements in a timely and cost-effective manner. And while our production focus is on electronic media, our communications consulting expertise covers all forms of traditional and new media.
We are recognised as the Australian leaders in producing and distributing Video News Releases, leveraging the power of television for our clients. We also produce Audio News Releases to help clients gain valuable radio coverage.
Dean has over two decades experience in the television industry. He has produced several half hour documentaries including 'Understanding Climate Change' which aired on the 7 Network. Other documentaries to his credit include 'Our Water Our Future', the construction of CH2 - the City of Melbourne's environmentally sustainable office block and the construction of Eastlink.
Formerly, he was a senior television reporter, producer and presenter for the Seven and Ten Networks. He also has metropolitan commercial radio experience as a news reader and reporter.
Dean is a highly respected adviser to our clients on all areas of electronic communication and is closely involved in our corporate productions. He has conducted Media Training for many of Australia's leading organisations including the Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria Police, Toll Holdings, AEMO, Regional Rail Link Authority and the Anglican Church.
Dean knows what it's like to be in front of the camera, and is excellent at coaching on-camera talent to bring out the best in them.
Jonathan Raymond is a former ABC television news journalist and long-time corporate communications consultant. He held senior management positions at international consultancy Hill & Knowlton, in Melbourne and New York, as well as founding a below-the-line consultancy at DDB Needham in Melbourne and serving as a Director of Fleishman-Hillard Australia.
In 1990 he founded Stratcom Consulting, which grew to be one of Australia's leading corporate communications companies with offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, before being acquired by global company Omnicom in 2001.
Jonathan founded MediaLink Productions in Australia in 1995 in affiliation with Medialink Worldwide Inc., New York.
Jonathan has advised a wide range of clients on corporate communications, issues management and marketing PR. His experience is used in developing and implementing communications strategies that influence outcomes. He has won the International Public Relations Association's "Golden World Award" for professional excellence.
Jonathan is an Honours Graduate in Economic History and Political Science from the University of Melbourne.
Katrina is a public relations and marketing consultant with particular expertise in the Arts. She previously served as Assistant Director for Karen Woodbury Gallery from its inception, responsible for the marketing and public relations and events program and collaboration on the gallery exhibition program.
At MediaLink, Katrina has conducted communication and production projects for the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne; TarraWarra Museum of Art; the Victorian College of Art and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music; the Koorie Heritage Trust; VicUrban; Sustainability Victoria; William Mora Galleries and the launch of fine art auction house and gallery, Deutscher and Hackett. Other career achievements include design business development, arts foundation management, fundraising and city tourism marketing.
She has initiated private exhibitions in painting and contemporary jewellery, and established a leading Contemporary Art Collective, ‘The Flinders Collection’. Katrina has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Diploma of Education.
Emma runs MediaLink’s Post Production operations in our Melbourne studio.
She is a highly-skilled Motion Designer and Graphics Artist, with experience in creating corporate videos, explainer videos and instructional videos series.
Before joining MediaLink Productions Emma worked in broadcast graphics for Sky Television, New Zealand, producing still and animated graphic treatments for broadcast, web and print circulation, including prime time TV shows and LIVE graphics operation for televised sporting events.
Emma studied Media Studies at the University of Auckland, and has a Diploma of Animation Production from the South Seas Film and Television School.
Sam is a digital native with a passion for creating cut-through communications for clients.
At MediaLink Productions he produces mainstream, online and social media content for a range of clients in infrastructure, health, the arts and fmcg.
Before joining MediaLink Productions Sam worked as Video Content and Social Media Manager for a football club, and as Assistant Editor for the Marngrook Footy Show.
Sam has a Bachelor Degree in Media and Communications with a minor in Digital Media from Swinburne University of Technology, and completed the Creative Industries: Film and Television course at RMIT.
Medialink Production’s Sydney Producer Darryl Anderson is a former television journalist at Network Ten News in Sydney. Through years of experience producing, writing, directing and presenting video and television for corporate communication, Darryl has developed a capacity for accurately interpreting and strategically analysing clients’ needs.
Darryl has managed video projects for clients such as the Commonwealth Bank, Energy Australia, Ventracor, Grains Research and Development Corporation, the University of New England, the Australian Primary Superannuation Fund, Ridley Corporation, All Saints’ College, Bathurst, and Scenic Tours Australia. He has been a mainstay of national rural affairs TV programs, “Cross Country” and “On the Land” and a presenter for “Australian Good Taste”.