Lord Louis Gilbert (born may 1, 1988) is an Australian video blogger and YouTube celebrity. He is most notable for The Lord Louis show a news show where Lord Louis presents a news article, and then gives his opinion about it. His videos are centered on current events, sex, politics and celebrity gossip in which he gives his opinion, usually presented in an ironic manner and with frequent jump cuts to create a fast-paced feel. He has over 1 billion views, and over 2.5 million subscribers, and is the 66th most subscribed YouTuber as of June 02, 2013. His second YouTube channel, ViddyGo , includes a series of vlogs Lord Louis Gilbert (born may 1, 1988) is an Australian video blogger and YouTube celebrity. He is most notable for The Lord Louis show a news show where Lord Louis presents a news article, and then gives his opinion about it. His videos are centered on current events, sex, politics and celebrity gossip in which he gives his opinion, usually presented in an ironic manner and with frequent jump cuts to create a fast-paced feel. He has over 1 billion views, and over 2.5 million subscribers, and is the 66th most subscribed YouTuber as of June 02, 2013. His second YouTube channel, ViddyGo , includes a series of vlogs
Virgin Australia, Delta Air Lines and Tourism Australia are teaming up to encourage Americans to visit Australia now, not “someday,” in their first joint U.S. marketing campaign, with a chance to win one of 52 trips. Starting today, “Someday” hopefuls can visit AustraliaSomeday.com to enter and explore unforgettable experiences throughout Australia.
To showcase just why There’s Nothing Like Australia for a vacation, the partners are inviting Americans to enter the contest by choosing from 52 (a whole year’s worth!) signature weeklong trips featuring the best experiences and events in Australia throughout the year. Each trip comes complete with a week’s hotel, roundtrip airfare for two and the featured Australian experience.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/7151951-tourism-australia-52-aussie-someday-trips
More than 30 years after the cult
television series The Love Boat filmed a special Australia episode in
Sydney, the show's popular Captain Stubing has released a fun video
about his latest tour Down Under, revealing he still loves to be at the
helm. With his visit timed to coincide with the romance
around St Valentine's Day, actor Gavin MacLeod, who played Captain
Stubing on the popular 70's show, visited Australia and New Zealand in
February, to renew the wedding vows of more than 30 local couples
onboard the Australian-based Sun Princess. The new video
captures highlights of Gavin's visit to Sydney and Auckland, including
his role as 'celebrant' at the wedding vow renewal ceremony as well as
his cruise across the Tasman Sea onboard Sun Princess with Gavin having
a little trouble adjusting to his new role as a guest, rather than the
captain, onboard the modern Love Boat. Speaking after his
tour, Gavin said he had fond memories of The Love Boat's time down
under in 1981, and he was delighted to revisit Sydney this year to
renew local couples' vows and again in Auckland. Connect with Princess: http://www.facebook.com/PrincessCruises http://www.twitter.com/PrincessCruises http://www.google.com/+PrincessCruises http://www.pinterest.com/PrincessCruises http://www.instagram.com/PrincessCruises
This is My Australia looks at the inspiring stories of recipient and nominees of the Australian Of The Year Awards.
Channel 10, Friday Jan 24th at 10:00PM
Ballet Director and inspiration for film Mao's Last Dancer Li Cunxin is one of eight finalists for the prestigious Australian of the Year Award 2014
Born into extreme poverty in rural China, Li became one of China's foremost ballet dancers. He became Principal Artist with the Australian Ballet in 1995, and his autobiography, Mao's Last Dancer, was translated onto the screen in 2009. Today, Li inspires many Australians with his personal story of hardship, perseverance and success.
When asked to identify three Australians that he's taken inspiration from, Li named his wife, Mary Li, scientist Professor Ian Frazer and America's Cup skipper John Bertrand.
As athletes from around the globe prepare to compete in this winter’s biggest international event, Royal Caribbean International is set to kick-off a competition of its own. The cruise line has enlisted three world-class athletes best known for their abilities in warm-weather sports – U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas, British diver Tom Daley and Australian swimmer, Ian Thorpe – to put a tropical twist on cold-weather sports favorites, and compete in an epic battle – The Caribbean Cup Challenge – onboard Allure of the Seas.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/64930-royal-caribbean-cup-challenge-athletes-on-world-s-largest-cruise-ship
This is the second of a three-part series
featuring young Australian creatives, produced by Knack Studios and
presented by our friends at Optus. The first installment,
featuring music writer and photographer Cormack O'Connor, can be seen
This is My Australia looks at the inspiring stories of recipient and nominees of the Australian Of The Year Awards. Channel 10, Friday Jan 17th at 7:30PM AFL great and community leader Adam Goodes is one of eight finalists for the prestigious Australian of the Year Award 2014. An
Andyamathanha man, Adam is a professional Australian Rules football
player with the Sydney Swans. He holds an elite place in AFL history,
winning two Brownlow Medals and two premierships. Adam is actively
involved with several Indigenous sport and community programs and as a
leader, speaks out against racism in sport and society. When
asked to identify three Australians that inspire him, Adam named his
mum, Lisa Sansbury, former coach Paul Roos and friend Michael
IN AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND CINEMAS DECEMBER 5, 2013 Raimund
Gregorius (Jeremy Irons), affectionately called 'Mundus' by his
students, is a high-school Latin teacher and an expert in ancient
languages. His life is transformed following a mysterious encounter
with a young Portuguese woman on the old Kirchenfeld Bridge in the
beautiful Swiss city of Bern, whom he manages to save from jumping to
her death in the icy waters below. Check out our Website: http://www.pinnaclefilms.com.au Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PinnacleFilmsAU Send us a Tweet: http://twitter.com/PINNACLEFILMS
Take a look at the first of a three-part series featuring young Australian creative minds, thanks to our friends at Optus.
Episode 1 features Cormack O'Connor - our Australian Contributing Editor and 17-year old creative genius with skills in everything from creating music, interviewing stars, writing and publishing, to epic photoshoots.
http://www.cartenoire.com.au How did a world renowned street artist and France's number one coffee come together in Australia? Australian
street artist Jenny McCracken took inspiration from Carte Noire's Fire
& Ice roasting process and created a giant 3D street art piece. Here's how she did it and the reaction it caused when it was displayed in Sydney.
Australian Institute of Music student Jesse Watt uses Creative Cloud to turn individual chords and strums into a musical masterpiece. Watch the video. See what other sounds Jesse's brought to life through his compositions. Check out his latest work.