Shaking things up: TV WEEK magazine has announced that they'll no longer be managing the Logie Awards after 62 years at the helm. Pictured, Tom Gleeson at the Logie Awards on the Gold Coast in June 2019

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TV WEEK journal will not be working the Logie Awards marking the tip of their 62-year historical past collectively

TV WEEK journal has introduced that they’re going to not be managing the Logie Awards after 62 years on the helm.

In accordance with a report by TV Tonight on Thursday, the publication will nonetheless act as an official associate for the occasion, however it would now be managed by an occasions firm.

The journal will nonetheless retain possession of the favored awards present, however exterior occasions firm Rizer will now handle submissions, decide nominees and take cost of the voting course of.

Shaking things up: TV WEEK magazine has announced that they'll no longer be managing the Logie Awards after 62 years at the helm. Pictured, Tom Gleeson at the Logie Awards on the Gold Coast in June 2019

Shaking issues up: TV WEEK journal has introduced that they’re going to not be managing the Logie Awards after 62 years on the helm. Pictured, Tom Gleeson on the Logie Awards on the Gold Coast in June 2019

Channel 9 can even proceed to broadcast the awards present, after it was cancelled for the previous two years as a result of pandemic.

Are Media – the publishing firm which homes TV WEEK – has spent the final 12 months assessing the way forward for the tv awards present.

‘After the cancellation of the occasion in 2020 and 2021 as a consequence of COVID-19, we’re excited the TV WEEK Logie Awards will return in 2022,’ Are Media’s group writer Fiona Connolly informed TV Tonight. 

Under new management: According to a report by TV Tonight on Thursday, the publication will still act as an official partner for the event, but it will now be managed by an events company. Pictured, Jessica Marais at the Logie Awards in Melbourne in May 2016

Beneath new administration: In accordance with a report by TV Tonight on Thursday, the publication will nonetheless act as an official associate for the occasion, however it would now be managed by an occasions firm. Pictured, Jessica Marais on the Logie Awards in Melbourne in Might 2016

‘The awards have performed a major function for our enterprise over a few years and it has been a privilege to ship this much-loved occasion to tv followers throughout the nation. 

‘However the time is now proper for Are Media at hand the reins over to Australia’s TV business and its companions to write down the following great chapter for the Logies.

‘It’s of nice significance to us that TV WEEK stays an integral a part of the occasion and we’re delighted our iconic model will proceed to be a good friend of the Logies as its official media associate, persevering with to help native expertise as we now have accomplished for a number of many years.’

Outsourcing: The magazine will still retain ownership of the popular awards show, but external events company Rizer will now manage submissions, determine nominees and take charge of the voting process. Pictured, Waleed Aly at the Logie Awards in Melbourne in May 2016

Outsourcing: The journal will nonetheless retain possession of the favored awards present, however exterior occasions firm Rizer will now handle submissions, decide nominees and take cost of the voting course of. Pictured, Waleed Aly on the Logie Awards in Melbourne in Might 2016

In an interview with the Herald Solar on Thursday, TV skilled Colin Vickery mentioned a change in administration might be simply what the awards present wants.

‘It might be a really optimistic factor which is able to excite all of the networks and their stars,’ Vickery defined.

‘The rankings for the Logies have been on a downward trajectory for a while. This is perhaps the change with new blood and enthusiasm that would see it again to its greatest once more.’ 

Up in the air: Are Media - the publishing company which houses TV WEEK - has spent the last year assessing the future of the television awards show. Pictured, Myf Warhurst at the Logie Awards in Melbourne in May 2011

Up within the air: Are Media – the publishing firm which homes TV WEEK – has spent the final 12 months assessing the way forward for the tv awards present. Pictured, Myf Warhurst on the Logie Awards in Melbourne in Might 2011