Bright colours and simple messaging: and Bohemia reunite for brand campaign

• TV and out-of-home being used to find new audiences and create a habit

News Digital Networks Australia managing director Julian Delany has announced the launch of a new consumer campaign for

The campaign, created in partnership with Bohemia Group, evolves the brand’s proposition by using colour to unite contrasting stories that reflect the news cycle. Aligning news with pop culture, the colourful animated creative aims to break new ground in terms of speed and simplicity.

Designed to find growth for the brand, the campaign extends from the newsroom via strategic media placements.

Julian Delany said: “ leads the market for digital news in Australia. Our positioning is to deliver ‘the news in colour’ and this remains true to what our entire team seeks to deliver every day.

“We’re investing in TV and out-of-home to find new audiences and affirm or create a habit. It’s an ambitious campaign with the flexibility to create new TVCs and assets to move with the news cycle, delivering to consumers the idea that you can find the freshest stories on

“Bohemia and our editorial team are working closely to select the stories to best represent the brand – tone and language to directly reflect how we talk to our audience every day.

“Centering the campaign on colour allows us to demonstrate that delivers the full spectrum of news. It’s a great vehicle to showcase the breadth of our content, pace of delivery and different angles on the news that Australian consumers enjoy and trust. Not only are we comfortable in contrasts, our consumers expect them. The colourful wit in these contrasts is the foundation to our mass appeal.

“The campaign is about creating awareness and driving loyalty. We want to encourage consumers to reassess how and where they access their news. Don’t wait for an algorithm to determine what you want to read or decide what you think is important. Visit, where you can find, at any given time, the stories everyone will be talking about that day.”

The campaign will run until the end of the year across free-to-air and subscription TV plus on out-of-home via 300+ large and small format digital sites in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.


News DNA
Julian Delany: Managing Director
Ainslee O’Brien: GM Commercial Integration
Kate de Brito: Editor-in-Chief,
Lisa Muxworthy: Editor,
Olivia Diamond: Marketing Director,

Bohemia Group
Rebecca Hamilton: Media Director
Rebecca Alexander: Strategy Director
James Turner: Media Manager
Julia Stratton: Media Executive
Ruby Hudson: Media Coordinator

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