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In 1962, Australian variety presenter, singer and actress Lorrae Desmond, best known for her role as Shirley Gilroy on A Country Practice was the first female star to win a Gold Logie, for her music variety program The Lorrae Desmond Show.In 1963, the planned televised ceremony was cancelled due to the host, Tony Hancock cancelling his trip to Australia.
From 2016, Public voting for the awards usually lasts for four weeks, beginning in December/January, while the ceremony itself was in late April or early May.The most prestigious award in 1959 was Star of the Year presented to entertainer Graham Kennedy.The following year, Kennedy coined the name Logie Awards, to honour Scottish engineer, innovator after the contributor to the development of television as a practical medium, John Logie Baird.The prestigious Logie Hall of Fame was first introduced in 1982; former conductor, turned television producer and pioneer and founder of Crawford Productions, Hector Crawford was the first inductee.The induction was a posthumous honour for TV cameraman Neil Davis, actor Maurie Fields, conservationist Steve Irwin, news anchor Brian Naylor and journalist Peter Harvey.Agro's Cartoon Connection, starring Jamie Dunn as Agro, won seven consecutive Logies in seven consecutive nominations.
In 2006, a new Logies category was introduced, named Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer, to honour Kennedy's career and legacy and to commemorate the 50th year of broadcasting of television in Australia.
The Logie Awards (officially the "TV Week Logie Awards") are an annual institution that celebrate Australian television, sponsored and organised by magazine TV Week since 1959.
Awards are presented in public and industry voted categories, with the highest honour and most widely publicised award being the Gold Logie, which is awarded to the Most Popular Personality on Australian Television for the previous year.
From 2018, the Logie Awards will take place at a new location on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Originally known as the "TV Week Awards", the awards were instigated by TV Week magazine with the first voting coupons provided in the magazine in late 1958, two years after the introduction of television in Australia.
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