StarCentral Magazine Celebrates 10 Exciting Years Of Promoting Upcoming Stars From All Over The World

There’s few things as exciting as local stars from the entertainment world. Sadly, this is often under reported by media sites who tend to focus on much bigger names. For ten years, this December, StarCentral Magazine has stood against this trend, delivering high energy content covering local artists, models, actors and actresses with enthusiasm. And fans couldn’t be happier.

November 7, 2016, Sydney, NSW, Australia- There’s no shortage of people who love to hear the latest news from entertainers, models and artists – finding information about their romances, breakups, new projects and other adventures are completely compelling.  StarCentral Magazine lives to deliver this high energy content, with a very cool twist – covering mostly local talents, who are under reported compared to the usual Hollywood A-list.  In exciting news, the Sydney, Australia-based magazine recently announced that they will be crossing their ten year milestone in business this December 2016 – having become a vital and well-respected part of the Australian entertainment media, with an ever-growing legion of die-hard readers. They will be holding a special 10 year anniversary event at Club Marconi on December 4 2016 to celebrate their ten year milestone.

“It has been a very busy yet fruitful year for StarCentral Magazine,” commented Mike Ilagan, the Managing Director of StarCentral Magazine.  “We‘re just about to celebrate our 10th year anniversary this coming December 4 and we’re also just about to launch Model & Mode magazine – it’s an extension of StarCentral Magazine to the modeling industry. We definitely have big plans ahead for StarCentral and I just hope that all our readers and followers will all continue to support us in all our future endeavors.”

According to StarCentral Magazine, recent popular features have included:  Mary Byrd being named Fashionista of the month; Jasmine Nelson winning Beauty Guru of the month; an eye opening article on 4 better ways to achieve success in all areas of life; and a more than intriguing review of the five shoes every woman should have in their closet, if she expects to look her best.  Clearly, diversity in subject matter is the name of the game with the writing team at StarCentral Magazine, a trend that will only continue as the magazine moves from strength to strength.

Feedback from their readers continues to be passionate.

Michelle S., from Melbourne, recently said in a five star review, “I never miss an issue of StarCentral Magazine.  There may be other cool magazines out there, but StarCentral covers stories that the other big magazines don’t ever really come near.  And that makes me look forward to seeing what they come up with next. Highly recommended!”

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About StarCentral Magazine

Based in Sydney, Australia, the concept for StarCentral Magazine was derived from the need to establish a publication that informs and promotes local artists, models, actors and entrepreneurs from all over the world.

Media Contact
Company Name: StarCentral Magazine
Contact Person: Krissy Anderson
Phone: 02 8001 6594
City: Sydney
State: NSW
Country: Australia