Uni has changed a lot over the years and these days technology plays such an important role in education.

Students are streaming lectures, collaborating online and video calling with classmates across the country – technology, and a reliable internet connection, is at the heart of this.

And students heading back to uni this month, or starting their university adventure for the first time, have a brand new way to stay connected this year with Hijacked.

The Hijacked platform is kind of like a giant digital campus where every uni student in the country can hang out and discuss news, views and pop culture on campus, at home or when they’re out and about.

Launching today across more than 50 universities around the country, Hijacked is Australia’s first integrated online and digital out-of-home content platform and we are a proud founding partner.

Hijacked delivers a central spot for students from around Australia to come together, share their thoughts and gain useful and relevant information from their peers, truly demonstrating the increasingly vital role of technology.

Written by students, for students, Hijacked will feature content ranging from politics, entertainment, arts and culture to technology and sport, as well as offering event listings and exclusive student deals.

The hottest content from Hijacked will also be displayed on more than 100 digital billboards at university campuses across Australia.

To find out more about Hijacked, check it out for yourself.

Hijacked has been developed by Australia’s largest out-of-home media company, oOh! Media. oOh! specialises in providing clients with creative media solutions to connect with more consumers while they are away from home. oOh! does this through their diverse product offerings across road, retail, airport, experiential and place based media throughout urban and regional Australia, plus OOH businesses in New Zealand. The company also offers the largest digital advertising network in Australia.
Alister Park – former General Manager, Niche Segment Marketing at Telstra