Digital Loop announces exclusive partnership with The Guardian in Western Australia

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LoopGuardian_1.jpgDigital Loop hosted a media event on Monday to celebrate their exclusive partnership with The Guardian for WA.
 
The night started off at the new Bill's Bar and Bites bar in Leederville and followed on to Luna, where Digital Loop and The Guardian hosted the WA premiere of Nick Cave's new documentary 20,000 Days On Earth.
 
Digital Loop's Chris Coufos said the Guardian partnership was an exciting development for the company.
"We are extremely honoured to have The Guardian on board as a partner for Western Australia.  What sets Guardian Australia apart from the other news sites is that it is a truly independent news source - free from commercial or political influence. Guardian is also the third largest English speaking news site in the world and currently sixth largest in Australia. With the Guardian now part of the extensive Digital Loop publishing family, we can further enable WA businesses to connect to massive communities across the world's most respected media brands at scale."

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Josh said:

Never mind all that, who's the babe on stage with you?

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