Season’s greetings from all at ScreenHub

ScreenHub is taking a short break before returning refreshed in 2022.
A decoration on a Christmas tree reading Hop.

After another year of COVID, we’re all turning the page on 2021 and hoping for a brighter 2022. The ScreenHub team would like to thank you for being part of our year and hope you can enjoy a break over the coming weeks.

This year ScreenHub has been busy changing its brand and launching our new website. It was a long project but after going live in July this year, we believe it has been a huge step forward for us.

As our CEO Sol Wise said as we launched, ‘Our new website (and technology stack) will mean we can offer a better user experience to our community with a refreshed website and an easier way for us to provide the platform, tools, content, connections and marketplace to cultivate curiosity for our vibrant arts community and beyond.’

In February we welcomed our new managing editor Edmond Tran, who increased our focus on video games. In October we recognised that our stories on games needed a home of their own and created a new website dedicated to video games, GamesHub. And we said goodbye to our longstanding scribe though we’d like to keep David’s voice in the mix so we’ve appointed David Tiley our rascal-at-large.

IMPORTANT DATES OVER THE CHRISTMAS BREAK

The ScreenHub office closes at 1pm on Friday 24 December and opens again on Tuesday 4 January.

Our last newsletter for the year went out on Thursday 23 December.

Look for our first newsletter of 2022 on Tuesday 11 January.

Please contact Danni Petkovic to inquire about advertising on ScreenHub in the New Year.

The compliments of the season from all of us at ScreenHub. Please stay safe over the break, and may your 2022 be bright, happy, and more creative.

George Dunford is Director of Content at ArtsHub and Screenhub. He has written for Meanjin, The Big Issue, Lonely Planet, The Good Food Guide and others. He has worked in digital leadership roles in the cultural sector for more than 10 years including at the National Library of Australia, National Museum of Australia and the Wheeler Centre. You can follow him on Twitter: @Hack_packer