We are new work media

We are a trade media com­pany pro­duc­ing great work that keeps your audi­ence informed and adds value to your brand.

我們是一個商業媒體。我們追求卓越,精益求精,讓您的聽眾走在資訊的最前沿,為您的品牌不斷增值。


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Gra­ham New­man. COO, designer, film maker and inter­mit­tent photographer.

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Graham Newman

Gra­ham New­man

Gra­ham comes from a design and film mak­ing back­ground hav­ing won awards for both cre­ative dis­ci­plines. Gra­ham has been a prac­tic­ing designer for 24 years, fif­teen of which are in Hong Kong. His early career included work­ing in the design stu­dio for Fac­tory Records in Man­ches­ter UK. Most recently, he was a Design Man­ager at Li and Fung.


Gra­ham has a Bach­e­lor of Arts degree from the Lon­don Col­lege of Print­ing and is a mem­ber of the Char­tered Soci­ety of Design­ers and the Inter­na­tional Soci­ety of Typo­graphic Design­ers and was over­all win­ner of this year’s Hong Kong Print Awards for Har­bour Times, the news­pa­per he owns with Andrew Work that focusses on Hong Kong gov­ern­ment, pol­i­tics and inter­na­tional affairs.


Gra­ham is a Direc­tor of Share a Hong Kong reg­is­tered char­ity focus­ing on young peo­ple from dis­ad­van­taged areas gain­ing social mobil­ity through intern­ships with large cor­po­ra­tions and Lib­erty Asia which pro­vides new solu­tions to change the way slav­ery and traf­fick­ing is addressed by lever­ag­ing tech­nol­ogy avail­able to the cor­po­rate sec­tor and pro­vid­ing it to NGOs


Gra­ham is the Chief Oper­at­ing Offi­cer of New Work Media

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Journalism’s impor­tance as a com­pletely inde­pen­dent entity has never been more vital than right now. In order to sup­port our com­mit­ment to a free press and open debate on Hong Kong’s polit­i­cal future, New Work Media’s (NWM) flag­ship pub­li­ca­tion Har­bour Times (HT) is run­ning a series of live events. HT live is in the form of infor­mal cock­tails, keynote addresses, mod­er­ated panel dis­cus­sions, and one on one in-​depth interviews.

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In Sep­tem­ber we are delighted to wel­come the Ger­man Con­sul Gen­eral to Hong Kong, Mr Nicholaus Graff Lamb­s­d­off. Lamb­s­d­off will be dis­cussing the evolu­tion of diplo­mats in global hotspots that include com­pelling insights from his career.

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HT live is open to the pub­lic. Sub­scribers enjoy a 20% dis­count with pri­or­ity book­ing for all events. To get the lat­est brief­ings on events that shape our polit­i­cal future, sub­scribe to Har­bour Times.

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Michael Den­mark is well known for tak­ing risks. His lat­est project to roll­out of MDME is The Great Euro­pean Car­ni­val (TGEC), cre­ated in part­ner­ship with some of the great­est names in the car­ni­val busi­ness around the world. New Work Media (NWM) were appointed last Decem­ber to pub­lish TGECs cor­po­rate lit­er­a­ture aimed at senior gov­ern­ment offi­cials and cor­po­rate part­ners from across Asia Pacific.

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TGECs pub­li­ca­tion is writ­ten, trans­lated (tra­di­tional and sim­pli­fied Chi­nese) and designed by NWM with with pho­tog­ra­phy by Chris Lusher and Mor­gan Ommer. Print­ing is by Asia One in Hong Kong.

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TGECs Key media cov­er­age facts and figures:

19 fea­tures on television

211 fea­tures in print

243 fea­tures online

32,000 likes on Facebook

550,000 web­site page views

1,100,000 reach on Facebook

25,000,000 HK$ value delivered

Brought together by a col­lec­tion of world-​class pro­fes­sion­als to ensure the Europe’s great car­ni­val tra­di­tion can now delight mil­lions across Asia Pacific.

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New work Media (NWM) has been closely linked with the Self Stor­age Asso­ci­a­tion Asia (SSAA) since its incep­tion last year. The self stor­age indus­try has recently had a remark­able growth in Asia Pacific with mar­ket inter­est from entre­pre­neurs and finan­cial institutions.

In order to com­mu­ni­cate the SSAA’s excep­tional first year of oper­a­tion, NWM devel­oped a ‘busi­ness cham­ber’ style mag­a­zine, that included in-​depth inter­views from indus­try lead­ers and mar­ket insights from oper­a­tors and suppliers.

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Hong Kong, Sin­ga­pore and Japan have estab­lished mar­kets with China, Viet­nam, The Philip­pines and Malaysia emerg­ing. Demand for self stor­age is expected to con­tinue across the region with urban res­i­den­tial growth and a boom­ing mid­dle class.

The mag­a­zine launch coin­cided with the SSAA’s first regional indus­try con­fer­ence in Tokyo last month; in order to com­mu­ni­cate with Japan­ese del­e­gates, the pub­li­ca­tion was designed to accom­mo­date full bilin­gual content.

Luigi La Tona, Exec­u­tive Direc­tor, Self Stor­age Asso­ci­a­tion Asia commented,

The Self Stor­age Asso­ci­a­tion Asia and New Work Media have had the plea­sure of col­lab­o­rat­ing on sev­eral high pro­file projects includ­ing our first two mag­a­zines and our Expo brochure in two lan­guages that was dis­trib­uted to 200 del­e­gates. As a start-​up, we didn’t quite under­stand the degree of effort it would take to pro­duce these items. For that, the patience, under­stand­ing, and pro­fes­sion­al­ism from New Work Media to help us com­plete the media on time and to a per­sonal cre­ative degree was gen­er­ous to say the least.
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Alan Rusbridger outside the Guilhall before his talk last week

Alan Rus­bridger gave his last talk in post as Edi­tor of the Guardian last week at London’s Guild­hall of Music with Helena Kennedy QC ask­ing ques­tions before open­ing them up to the floor. From Jonathan Aitkin to Wik­ileaks and Snow­den, Rus­bridger has over­seen the devel­op­ment of the news­pa­per at the helm for twenty years. Cur­rently the print edi­tion ranks eighth in UK cir­cu­la­tion: the Guardian online edi­tion cur­rently serves 1.2 mil­lion daily users world­wide, hav­ing just over­taken the New York Times. Rus­bridger will now chair the Scott Trust with Katharine Viner tak­ing over as edi­tor after win­ning an over­whelm­ing staff bal­lot ear­lier this year.

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Estab­lished in 2013 New Work Media (NWM) are one of Hong Kong’s most respected media company’s pro­duc­ing qual­ity jour­nal­ism and busi­ness analy­sis for the polit­i­cal elite and gov­ern­ment affairs pro­fes­sion­als who need to stay ahead of the com­pe­ti­tion. Our proucts and ser­vices are only as good as the team who make it all hap­pen: we offer 3 month intern­ships and full time jobs for writ­ers, edi­tors, busi­ness ana­lysts and sales exec­u­tives. If you are inter­ested in join­ing, we’d be delighted to hear from you by sub­mit­ting your CV to This email address is being pro­tected from spam­bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with rel­e­vant sam­ples of your work and expected salary.

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Har­bour Times Live
Announce­ment

Journalism’s impor­tance as a com­pletely inde­pen­dent entity has never been more vital than right now. In order to sup­port our com­mit­ment to a free press and open debate on Hong Kong’s polit­i­cal future, New Work Media’s (NWM) flag­ship pub­li­ca­tion Har­bour Times (HT) is run­ning a series of live events. HT live is in the form of infor­mal cock­tails, keynote addresses, mod­er­ated panel dis­cus­sions, and one on one in-​depth interviews.

In Sep­tem­ber we are delighted to wel­come the Ger­man Con­sul Gen­eral to Hong Kong, Mr Nicholaus Graff Lamb­s­d­off. Lamb­s­d­off will be dis­cussing the evolu­tion of diplo­mats in global hotspots that include com­pelling insights from his career.

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HT live is open to the pub­lic. Sub­scribers enjoy a 20% dis­count with pri­or­ity book­ing for all events. To get the lat­est brief­ings on events that shape our polit­i­cal future, sub­scribe to Har­bour Times.

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