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Logies' top 5 for Move it mob style

Date posted: 7 April 2014

Indigenous television production Move it mob style® has been named as one of five nominees of the Most outstanding children’s program category at the 56th annual TV Week Logie Awards.

This prestigious award for the Deadly Vibe Group produced Move it mob style®, comes as a welcome surprise to the producers, cast and crew who are currently busy producing the fourth season of the popular show.

Managing Director of the Deadly Vibe Group and Executive Producer of Move it mob style®, Gavin Jones says that the nomination means a lot and says a lot about the quality of the production.

'We all work so hard and take so much care with the production of Move it mob style®. We are a very small team, totally dedicated to getting a great show to air, that also means something to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and young Australians,' Gavin says.

'Being recognised in this way says to me and my team that our work is respected and appreciated.'

Produced by the Deadly Vibe Group with support from the Australian Government through the Department of Health and NITV, Move it mob style® first hit television screens on NITV and ABC 3 in March 2012 as a dance-based series targeting Indigenous youth.

Source: Deadly Vibe


Last updated: 4 April 2014
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