About The Australian Financial Review
The newspaper gives readers the daily big picture, and the ability to browse the broader news and analysis. People read the sections and subjects that matter most to them. The website gives users the ability to be constantly informed and dig more deeply into the subjects of particular and immediate interest. Financial Review’s conference and event program addresses a wide range of professional development and business networking needs across key topics, industry sectors and professions. Our premier events are in many cases the leading national events on these subjects.
Collectively, through the knowledge and experience of Australia’s largest dedicated business newsroom we help people join the dots and be more confident about their views and decisions they need to make.
That’s why the Financial Review is the Daily Habit of Successful People.
The Financial Review Events team is committed to hosting quality conferences, exhibitions, events and providing a high standard of education in the Financial Services sector.
Numerous conferences, events and exhibitions are held throughout the year, under the various Financial Review Group publication mastheads, including The Australian Financial Review, BRW, BOSS and others.
Bringing together heavyweights of industry at targeted conferences and events, this provides the perfect opportunity for further engagement to any campaign. To find out more about the Financial Review Conferences and Events, please head to the Fairfax Services link at the top of this page and hit the Events link.
Monday - Friday: 234,000
72% of Financial Review readers are ABs. The Financial Review has the highest AB profile of any newspaper in Australia.
Source: Roy Morgan Research, December 2012
Monday - Friday: 66,709
Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations, December 2012
The Financial Review website gives users the ability to be consistently informed and dig deeply into the subjects of particular and immediate interest such as Markets, DIY Super, Resources, Technology and much more.
For more information on afr.com, please see the Financial Review Group section of Fairfax Online (left of the page) and click on The Financial Review Website link.
For information regarding the Business Elite Australia Survey 2012, please click below.
For a detailed readership profile of the The Australian Financial Review (Mon to Fri), please click below.
The Australian Financial Review Media Kit
To download a PDF° file of Financial Review Media Kit, please click on the link below.
55% of Weekend Financial Review readers are ABs. The Weekend Financial Review has the second highest AB profile of any newspaper in Australia following The Australian Financial Review (Mon to Fri). .
Source: Roy Morgan, December 2012
All advertising rates for The Australian Financial Review Monday-Friday, Financial Review Life & Leisure, and the Weekend Financial Review are available as PDF (portable document format) files, which can be downloaded to your computer, viewed with Acrobat Reader and printed as necessary.
The Australian Financial Review Ratecard
Discount is calculated by projected advertising volume usage in The Australian Financial Review over a 12 month period. $pcc=Dollars per column centimetre.
Weekend Financial Review Ratecard
The Australian Financial Review prides itself on providing accurate and intelligent editorial. Our individual sections allow readers to source the information directly relevant to them in an accessible format. They also allow advertisers to direct their message at their specific target market.
To find out more about each section click on the links below:
For more information on advertising contact The Australian Financial Review representative in your state.
The Australian Financial Review has a proud history of varied, but relevant editorial for the Business community.
The Australian Financial Review publishes weekly Special Reports, which cover a broad range of topics and industries that are in the news or the focus of change. The reports explore subjects to a depth not usually possible on a day-to-day basis and are aimed at providing high-quality editorial material that gives a greater insight into selected topics, such as:
To view the 2013 Special Reports Calendar, please see below
Along with weekly special reports, The Australian Financial Review also produces a number of highly anticipated Signature Editions throughout the calendar year, which wrap around the Financial Review on the day of publication.
To see more information on each Signature Edition, please see below.
Research plays an integral part in the media planning process. Along with the standard industry currency (including Nielsen Online, Roy Morgan, Investment Trends, Marketing Pulse and IPSOS Australia's Business Elite Survey), The Australian Financial Review undertakes additional research to provide advertisers with further insights into our readers.
Each year, our Insights team conducts a number of reader surveys for The Australian Financial Review to provide advertisers with insights into sectional readership.
At present, reader surveys are available for the following sections:
For more information please contact The Australian Financial Review sales representative in your state.
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