Cooperation for pleasant, more dynamic and sustainable cities

We are proud to be able to offer Scandinavia's largest platform for brands that want to reach out and engage people in places where they live, move and travel. This means great opportunities. But also a great responsibility. We therefore have a clear goal that our presence should contribute to nicer, more dynamic and more sustainable cities and airports.

Inclusion and diversity

Since 2021, Clear Channel has been associated with the UN Global Compact, which is the UN’s organization for sustainable business. It obliges us to follow important principles in the fields of human rights, labor law, the environment and anti-corruption.

Clear Channel wants to contribute to a better society. We believe that a good society is an inclusive society where everyone is accepted regardless of ethnicity, orientation or religion. We are convinced that inclusion and diversity are two decisive factors for pleasant and sustainable societies. History shows that changes in social attitudes begin in the public sphere. That is why we choose to enter into partnerships and participate in initiatives where we can help people feel safe, involved and included in the city, by letting voices that otherwise have difficulty reaching out with socially important messages loom large on our platform.

We do this in the areas of inclusion, diversity, social injustice, poverty and people in need.


Oslo Pride

Clear Channel is a proud main partner with Oslo Pride, and aims to spread the event’s message to thousands of people around Norway. In recent years, together with Oslo Pride, we have promoted their important social message on all our advertising surfaces in Norway.

We want to be part of a society where everyone is accepted and welcomed as they are. That is why we support Oslo Pride’s work as champions of an inclusive society where we can be who we are and love who we want. Diversity work is part of Clear Channel’s culture every day, all year round. In collaboration with Oslo Pride, we present campaigns that address attitudes, contribute to increased knowledge, and inform about the event itself.

Read more about the idea behind the collaboration here, and about Oslo Pride here.

Clear Channel Scandinavia’s engagement for Pride also goes beyond Norway’s borders.  For several years, we have contributed to Pride in Copenhagen, Stockholm Pride and West Pride. Clear Channel is also engaged in Pride in France, Spain, Belgium, Ireland, Great Britain, The Netherlands and Italy.

The Norwegian Football Association, toppfotball kvinner, vålerenga and røa

“Equal dreams. Equal opportunities?”

In connection with Women’s Day, March 8, 2024, an equality campaign was launched which was shown on screens all over Norway. The campaign was the result of collaboration between the Norwegian Football Association, Røa, Vålerenga, Toppfotball Kvinner and Clear Channel. By joining forces, they hope to direct attention to the biases in Norwegian football, but at the same time highlight the positive development that Norwegian women’s football is undergoing.

Football is the world’s, and Norway’s, biggest sport. 110,000 girls play football in Norway and make up a third of the country’s football players. Both boys and girls dream of becoming professional footballers, but the path to get there is not necessarily the same.

Clear Channel wants to contribute to a better society, and a good society for us is an inclusive society where we all have equal rights and equal opportunities. Fortunately, we have come a long way in Norway, but there is still a way to go. This was the main message of the equality campaign. Read more about the campaign here.


Vålerenga fotball

Both Vålerenga Fotball Elite, Stiftelsen Vålerenga Fotball Samfunn and Clear Channel have a goal of contributing to a better society. We are a natural part of the city, and share many of the same values. Together, we make an active effort for a warmer and more inclusive society, through various projects. Clear Channel contributes with visibility on our digital surfaces in and around Oslo. During spring 2022, the message was related to getting more people into work through Vålerenga’s initiative “Jobbsjansen”, and in autumn 2022 the message was related to the work against everyday racism. In autumn 2023, the message was also related to racism, with the campaign”Gi rasisme rødt kort“.

Read more about the collaboration here.


Nobel Peace Center

In collaboration with the Nobel Peace Center, Yoko Ono’s studio and Clear Channel, we lit up the November darkness in 2023 with the message, PEACE IS POWER. The goal of the campaign was to help light up the dark days, in a time of war and suffering.

Yoko Ono and John Lennon started their campaigns for peace as early as 1969 with their iconic “WAR IS OVER! If you want it” posters. Since then, Yoko Ono has continued with public campaigns for peace.

The Nobel Peace Center wanted the campaign in question to make the public wake up in the morning rush and make them want to get more involved. At the same time, we at Clear Channel are eager to use our platform to make a positive contribution to the people who live and move in the environments we are all a part of.


Henie Onstad Art Center

In February 2022, the Henie Onstad Art Center organized the exhibition “Every moment counts”, as a contribution to the celebration of Keivt kulturår. To create attention, we collaborated with the artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset who created a work of art that gained great visibility on Clear Channel’s digital platforms in Norway for two weeks.

Read more about the collaboration here.

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Social injustice, poverty and people in need

The Global Disability Summit (GDS) is an international summit created in 2017 as a result of talks between several governments and the International Disability Alliance (IDA). GDS aims to unify global efforts to address disability inclusion in the world’s poorest countries. The Government of Norway hosted the GDS in February 2022, together with the Government of Ghana and IDA. The meeting mobilized work on the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).

The Oslo summit had a vision to promote equality, with the aim of:

  • Increase global attention and focus on inclusive sustainable development, based on the first GDS.
  • Demonstrate progress and good practice.
  • Mobilize targeted and concrete commitments on disability inclusion and inclusive development.
  • Strengthen the capacity of organizations working for people with disabilities in the Global South and their engagement with authorities.

At Clear Channel we are proud that we were able to give The Global Disability Summit 2022 visibility on our screens, which helped to get the message out and increase awareness and awareness of GDS and their work for a better society. Read more about GDS here.


Contributions in favor of Ukraine

The war in Ukraine affects people all over the world, and for Clear Channel it is important to show our position and support the important fundraising efforts of charities. We have therefore chosen to donate space to the Norwegian Refugee Council, in addition to Redd Barna in Denmark and UNHCR, Unicef, Rädda Barnen and Röda Korset in Sweden. Read more here.


Clear Channel supports small. local businesses

During the pandemic, many small businesses have faced major challenges in the form of cancellations, fewer customers and, as a result, a reduced turnover – which creates a great commitment among regular customers who want to contribute.

To support small businesses, Clear Channel opened up the platform and made it possible to promote local gems in some of Scandinavia’s largest cities. We did this as part of contributing to diversity in the cityscapes, and to help local businesses in their struggle to survive during the pandemic. In Norway, the initiative was named Lokale Oslo.

Read more about the launch of Lokale Oslo, engagement arount the initiative and the summer version of the initiative.


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