During an election, the volume of media coverage on political promises and topical debates increases greatly, which can have a significant impact on your organisation. As such, it’s imperative to monitor and track relevant media data so you can understand who’s saying what about your organisation, your competitors, your industry, and any other topic that’s important to you and your organisation.
Our curated, comprehensive Federal Election Briefing can help you and your organisation stay on top of the Federal Election coverage and the key media data that shapes each campaign day.
For the duration of the election, we can help ensure you’re kept up to date with policy, campaign and program announcements, funding commitments, expert commentary as well as reporting against latest polling.
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