Print advertising in Malaysia is a tried and tested method for brand exposure that remains effective in a sound media mix today.
With a mix of broad mass and a range of highly niche publications, Empire is able to offer print ad campaigns that are specific to your needs and guaranteed to reach your target audience.
ADVERTISE IN THESE MALAYSIAN PUBLICATIONS
The first mainstream newspaper in Bahasa Malaysia. A newspaper for the local Malay community, Berita Harian was established on July 1, 1957. It presents news and issues from home, the region and the world, featuring a wide spectrum of topics from sports to politics and religion. Other highlights include Malay culture and tradition, arts and heritage, family, hobbies and leisure.
To inspire and educate Malaysians on living, eating and travelling in style
Kwong Wah Yit Poh is a Malaysian Chinese Daily that was founded on 20 December 1910. Since then it started a news portal online.
Over 4.83 mil Facebook likes & over 1.37 million Twitter followers & 209K Instagram followers.Attracting English, Malay, Chinese & Tamil readers
As the only weekly women’s magazine available, Mingguan Wanita focuses on women’s well being, home and family. The magazine also touches on emotional and personal experiences through its in-depth coverage of true life stories of women all over Malaysia
English-language stories on various issues of national interest, with an increased emphasis on the print edition of the newspaper. Also focus on lifestyle, sports, case and courts
Content of the magazine is 30% Lifestyle & Feature, 35% Fashion, and 35% Beauty
“Sin Chew Daily has an average daily circulation of almost 500,000 copies and also the largest-selling Chinese-language newspaper outside Greater China. The Main paper focuses on National & World General News.
Business pull-outs – business developments, market trends, financial reports and updates in the stock market.
Metro edition – community-based stories & new product write-ups.
Sin Chew Entertainment entertainment news.
Sin Chew Sports – sports-related news.
Classifieds – Chinese classifieds.”
It first hit the news stands on 31 March 2006 in the East Coast states of Kelantan and Terengganu before expanding its distribution to the rest of the country. Now Sinar delivers their content through print, e-paper, mobile application and web-based TV.
Launched in 2000, The Malaysian Women’s Weekly is a broadly targeted, family-oriented glamor title covering fashion, health and beauty, “real-life” stories, cuisine, decor and Hollywood glamor.
Largest paid English newspaper in terms of circulation in Malaysia. Daily. The Main Paper covers the latest in both local and international news while StarBiz offers comprehensive coverage of business developments, market trends, financial reports and updates in the stock market. Star2 features articles on lifestyle, entertainment, health, parenting, social etiquette, science, environment, fashion, food, comics and many more. The contents published on the Star Metro vary by edition, covering news and events in a particular region covered by each edition.