oOh!media inks multi-year partnership with News Corp

oOh!media has today inked an exclusive multi-year partnership with News Corp Australia to deliver customised content experiences for audiences across oOh!’s national digital out-of-home network.

Leveraging the off oOh!’s digital screens in metropolitan and regional locations, News Corp mastheads including, The Australian, the Herald Sun, and The Daily Telegraph will produce bespoke, localised, and contextually relevant breaking and general interest news, lifestyle, sport, and business articles, alongside exclusively created video content designed to increase consumer engagement with oOh! screens.

News Corp CEO, Michael iller (right), and oOh!Media CEO, Cathy O’Connor (left).

Commencing from October, compelling editorial content from each publication will for the first time be rolled out in rotation with advertising across oOh!’s Road, Street Furniture, and Retail networks, in addition to the existing Cafe, Fly, Office, Study, and Venue environments, on a seven day a week news cycle with an estimated reach of 15.5 million people each month.

oOh! CEO Cathy O’Connor said: “As the market leader in OOH we are constantly looking for ways to innovate and reframe perceptions of OOH. Technology advances in digital OOH and ongoing investment in expanding our digital network offer exciting new possibilities to do just that. The partnership with News Corp will deliver contextually relevant, customised news content that keeps Australians informed in real-time when they are on the move at a scale not seen before.

“This is the first step in expanding our content program and in coming months we will be rolling out a number of industry-first initiatives, further extending the value exchange oOh! has with audiences and advertisers and building on the company’s purpose of making public spaces better and brands unmissable.”

News Corp Australasia executive chairman, Michael Miller, added: “Integrating the trusted and breaking journalism from our key mastheads with oOh!media’s outdoor screens will deepen further the public’s relationship with Australia’s most consumed media brands. The teams at, The Australian, and our state mastheads such as The Daily Telegraph and the Herald Sun are looking forward to providing another connection point for their multimedia journalism.”

News Corp will appoint a dedicated editor to oversee the curation, optimisation, and output of content distributed by oOh!’s digital network. Editorial selection will be based on real-time data on audience engagement and supported by a growing team of Digital Media Hub journalists, producers, and motion graphic specialists, as part of the company’s newly established Tech Networks Partnerships team.

Neil Ackland, chief content, marketing, and creative officer, said: “News Corp shares our passion for innovating with content in OOH. For the first time, we will be able to expand our news offering across the entire oOh! network, utilising the full digital capabilities and unrivalled national scale we have. We see this as a major advancement in the development of OOH content in Australia.”


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