The Australian has launched the latest iteration of its ‘For the informed Australian’ having unveiled the first ads a year ago.
Centring around trust, the campaign asks Australians to make the informed choice with The Australian.
Slogans from the campaign include:
“Read fake news in your newsfeed, or read accountable, fact-checked reporting. Make the informed choice.”
“Trust an unqualified blogger, or analysis from authors, academics and experienced journalists. Make the informed choice.”
“Spend your commute playing games or spend it on game-changing insight. Make the informed choice”
And in time for the budget: “Take a back seat, or understand where the nation is headed with our Federal Budget analysis. Make the informed choice.”
The Australian general manager marketing Alice Bradbury said, “From the Royal Commission into Banking to today’s Federal Budget to Trump to North Korea, there is so much going on in our world and it’s important for Australians to be informed. But we know with algorithms, tweets and click-bait, not all news is created equal.
“There has never been a more important time to choose a trusted brand with news, opinion and analysis from qualified and experienced journalists. This is the inspiration behind our latest brand campaign.”
The multi-channel campaign will run until end-May across radio and TV including free-to-air, Sky News and FOX SPORTS, OOH on trains, on cafe screens, and at newsagencies; video through social, and ads in print and digital across all News Corp mastheads including The Australian, and all metros, regional and community newspapers.
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