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MC sends Nina Ruge on an expedition

MEDIA CONSULTA has secured the participation of the TV presenter as ambassador for the Malta Tourism Authority

The popular German TV presenter Nina Ruge has been named ambassador for the Malta Tourism Authority. The first of two press trips already took place in spring. MC has arranged the co-operation between Ruge and its client, the Malta Tourism Authority, and will be supporting it.

The colourful fishing boats, the so-called Luzzus, and the old bastions around Valetta – Nina Ruge already explored these and other sights. Another press trip will take place in autumn 2009. At a MTA presentation on-site, the TV presenter described her very personal impressions of Malta.

In a special brochure, Nina Ruge will unveil the hot spots of the island. “Everything will be alright” – definitely, in Malta. Nina Ruge has become popular with the TV lifestyle programme “Leute heute”, the “ZDF heute journal” (a newscast of the Second German Television) and “ZDF heute nacht” (a late night newscast). She currently presents the Circus Festival of Monte Carlo on ARD (First German Television), a popular talk show on Bavarian television and the “WissenschaftsFORUM Petersberg” (“Science Forum Petersberg”) on Phoenix. In addition, Nina Ruge has been an UNICEF ambassador for more than ten years. MC is also a partner of the international children’s emergency fund and has financially supported its “Schools for Africa” programme. “We are glad to have secured the collaboration of such a popular celebrity and authentic journalist as Nina Ruge for our client”, said MC’s CEO Harald Zulauf.

Since 2007 MC has been a partner of the Maltese tourism industry. The agency for integrated communication supports both the Malta Tourism Agency and the airline Air Malta. The aim of the pan-European advertising campaign is to boost tourism on the island by emphasising Malta’s diversity. MC’s services include conventional advertising, event marketing, online communication as well as PR in Great Britain and Belgium.