08.05.2004 12:00 PM
Nexus wins 2004 Australian Design Award

Evolution Broadcast has won an Australian Design Award in the business category and was selected as a finalist in the Australian Design Award of the Year for 2004.

Evolution Broadcast has announced that its Nexus broadcast control unit was the winner of an Australian Design Award.

The award was presented at the Sydney Town Hall in April at an annual gala dinner, held by Australian Design Awards (ADA) and Standards Australia to recognize innovation in Australian products and design.

The ADA is Australia’s only national design awards program recognized by the Commonwealth Government for its important role in promoting Australian design nationally and internationally.

The aims of the ADA are to present to the Australian public and the world the best examples of Australian design and innovation and the high quality of design expertise available to manufacturers in Australia and overseas.

See Evolution Broadcast at IBC2004 in stand 11.529.

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