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When a Tweet Becomes a #DeadTweet

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 12-08-2012 20:51 | Category: Human rights, Media, Peace & Conflicts



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Great use of media by JWT Paris for Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
Their new campaign is about the fact that sharing information can be very dangerous. As in a country like Syria where 38 amateur and professional journalists have been killed Since the start of the uprising. Most victims were suspected of using their mobile telephones and the internet.

RSF is campaigning about this with the use of a QR Code in the print ad and the dedicated website #DeadTweet.
The code takes you to a fictitious Twitter account showing the daily fear in countries like Syria:

Reporters Without Borders (RSF): #DeadTweet


At the end of the experience, a short awareness-raising message appears and the user can share it on social networks.

Campaign website:

Reporters Without Borders (RSF): #DeadTweet

RSF used a smartphone before in a campaign. Also a QR code in combination with a print ad.
See Print ad that literally speaks to the people.

Reporters Without Borders - Some mouth will never speak the truth - Muammar Gaddafi

More related posts from Reporters Without Borders:
- Power of pencils
- Ban Journalist Hunting
- Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen
- World Day Against Cyber Censorship
- Muammar watch out, Twitter drops bird shit
- Soon you have to go there and get the news yourself


Advertiser:
Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Agency:
JWT, Paris, France
Additional credits:
Creative Director: Ghislain De Villoutreys
Copywriter: Thomas Blanc
Art Director: Florian Amoneau
Art Buying: Valérie Todisco
Account Manager: Benjamin Taïeb
Rwb Manager: Alexandre Jalbert
Web Development: Tim Petricola
Photograph: Thomas Appert
Retouching: Mille Treize
Source:
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