Majoriti 7 hits stands: Introducing Malaysia’s first premium Bahasa Malaysia weekender


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 20 Oct 2022

PETALING JAYA: With a distinct vision of redefining storytelling and modern cultural commentary, Majoriti 7 is serving purposeful and progressive content that prompts conversation and piques interest. Drawing inspiration from the bustling urban life, Majoriti 7’s tagline of ‘Adrenalin Metropolitan’ reflects its unique lens on the local and international scene.

As a new platform connecting premium audiences to premium advertisers, the weekly print publication will be available every Thursday at selected Starbucks outlets and De.Wan 1958 restaurants for their customers. Members of the public can purchase a copy of Majoriti 7 available only at selected 7-Eleven outlets and PETRONAS Mesra around the Klang Valley for RM8 per copy.

“Majoriti 7’s unique distribution channels provide our clients and partners with a direct line of communication between their brands and targeted affluent audiences. It is a great opportunity for us to work together with renowned brands who resonate with Majoriti 7’s authoritative content,” said product lead Chung Eng Lee.

“Through this premium weekender, brands will be able to showcase their distinguishing attributes and offerings. A new era of print publication is here and we welcome interested parties to be a part of this exciting journey,” she added.

Focusing on special reports on current happenings, Majoriti 7 will feature articles on a variety of topics from finance and businesses to a broad spectrum of lifestyle pieces.

Majoriti 7 content lead Suzie Adnan said “Majoriti 7 is the first of its kind in our national language and its content is specially curated to cover numerous segments that cater to metropolitan communities.”

“From engaging commentaries on current issues, to showcasing a world of exceptional people, style and exclusive places, Majoriti 7 amplifies the cultures and accomplishments that shape our communities. This is the new voice of the modern and progressive Malay society,” she said.

Brands may connect with the Majoriti 7 team here.

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