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OAAA Legal Seminar: Why Did the Judge Ax the Tax?

Kerry Yoakum | October 22nd, 2018

Lawyers who successfully argued that a new local billboard tax violates the First Amendment will explain the case at the OAAA Legal Seminar in New York City on November 14. When Cincinnati imposed a targeted billboard

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What’s Next: OOH Campaign Ready to Launch & More

Nancy Fletcher | September 4th, 2018

Re-charged by the Labor Day holiday, we’re ready for a busy, productive fall. Here’s what’s next: First, we Get Out of Home. On October 1, the out of home (OOH) industry will launch a big, sophisticated

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New FDA Rule Regulates E-Cig Advertisement Warnings

Kerry Yoakum | July 16th, 2018

Advertising for electronic cigarettes that deliver nicotine via vapor is a growing category for out of home advertising.  Effective August 10, ads for e-cigarettes must include a warning that nicotine is addictive. New rules from the

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Supreme Court Declines On/Off-Premise Sign Case

Kerry Yoakum | June 4th, 2018

On May 29, the US Supreme Court declined a challenge to San Francisco’s outdoor advertising restrictions which permit on-premise advertising but prohibit off-premise advertising. In 2015, Contest Promotions, a company that runs raffles for prizes such

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