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Media Man director and founder, Mr Greg Tingle, entered the media business in 2001, when he made the transition across from Sales and Marketing for Australia's top telecommunications companies.

Already a keen writer, with exceptional presentation and investigative skills, the media business was a natural progression.

Greg started freelance journalism, professional writing and TV presenting for Sydney's Channel 31, in January 2001.

Before long, Sydney's radio stations were also keen to hear what Greg had to say on subjects as diverse as freedom of the press, community groups, the underworld, reality television and the Australian telecommunications business, amongst other things.

In mid 2002 Greg established himself as a player in Australian media, with a front-page news story to his name, Jump on Board - "Southern Courier". In addition, Greg's on-air discussion with "Golden Tonsils", John Laws, regarding Telstra, Optus and Reality TV was mentioned in the Media section of "The Australian", on 3rd October 2002.

March 2003 saw Greg Tingle launch his latest venture, AustralianSportsEntertainment.com, which commenced as an online broadcasting and publishing portal for Australian and International media, in addition to showcasing the accomplishments of both himself and his contemporaries. As the website developed, along with Greg's business, to call his online home a portal is an understatement.

Mid 2003 saw AustralianSportsEntertainment.com receiving international acclaim with positive mentions in the media section of The Boston Phoenix and New Media Musings. At the same time Greg achieved his News Media and Journalism Certificate III at Petersham TAFE.

August 2003 saw Greg develop his public relations arm.

In September of the same year, AustralianSportsEntertainment.com gained solid government support, via a government grant.

Soon after Greg was chosen to judge a new Reality TV program, H'it'! and also hosted "Talking Television" on Melbourne Talk 3AK. A few days later he was nominated MC for the Maroubra Fun Run, of which he also did the press releases and radio spots for.

2004 saw Greg develop the business to a stage where every week the major Australian newspapers and radio stations called in to literally ask, "What's news?", and in many cases they secured interviews with Greg's impressive client list.

By mid 2004, the public relations and publicity arms of the business reached another level, with affiliations inked with International Movie Makers Market, Filmfestivals Entertainment Group, and representation of one of Australia's hottest new authors. In addition, the new phase of the government grant was approved, and a relocation to new offices was competed. At the same time, AustralianSportsEntertainment.com once again received significant international press, with an interview on Hong Kong's RTHK, drawing attention to AustralianSportsEntertainment.com's clients and the reality TV connection.

Towards the conclusion of 2004, AustralianSportsEntertainment.com relocated to Airlie Beach, Whitsundays, Queensland, where they worked closely with everyone from the some of the regions most successful property developers, actors, authors, tourism operations and entrepreneurs.

Some of the campaigns AustralianSportsEntertainment.com has worked on include Messages On Hold, Virgin Casino, DGM, Foxtel, WWE, Mick Cutajar, Richard Bradley Productions, Githabul people, Save The Whales Again!, Climate Action and Live Earth (Pittwater), Changing Colours Movement, Greenfest, Betezy, 888, CAP, Play4Property.com, Aspinalls, Casino News Media, in addition to strong media support of ABC, Network Nine and Foxtel campaigns.

Media Man has clients and associates around the globe.

The company motto is, "Putting your name out there!", and they continue to do it for themselves and they're prestigious client list.

Only time will tell, what is next for Greg Tingle and his team, but rest assured that Australian Sports Entertainment will remain in the media spotlight.