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Cannes OOH Winners Reflect Changing Consumer Demands

Nicole Randall | June 24th, 2019

Winners of Cannes Lions at the International Festival of Creativity were announced last week. Brands that took top Outdoor Lions, which celebrate creativity experienced out of the home, wowed judges with bold campaigns and executions that

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Why Generation Z Loves OOH

Nicole Randall | June 17th, 2019

Generation Z is a growing marketing demographic as its oldest members are beginning to come of age. Gen Z, defined as those born after 1998, commands $44 billion in buying power. Some reports project this generation

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Seek and Ye Shall Find… With Billboards

Nicole Randall | June 10th, 2019

Actress Racquel Bailey paid for two billboard ads in Atlanta near the home of Tyler Perry, famed screenwriter and director, seeking a role in his next production. Days later, she had an audition. Bailey joins the

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Connecting With OOH During My Daily Commute

Q Chaghtai | June 10th, 2019

As I wake to dawn breaking through my 11th floor apartment windows, I gaze off into a perfect view of the city. To the south, I’m greeted by the Capitol building across an expanse of DC

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Ken Klein: Trends That Impact OOH

OAAA | May 13th, 2019

Starting with constitutional law and ending with cannabis, Ken Klein of OAAA flagged trends affecting out of home (OOH) media.  Here is a re-cap of Klein’s presentation to independent billboard operators (IBOUSA) in Savannah on May

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Celebrities Say it Big with Billboards

Q Chaghtai | May 6th, 2019

Celebrities typically are accustomed to the limelight. They often saturate our social media feeds and cover fashion magazines, appearing in mainstream media and advertising around the world. This international attention comes as no surprise to them

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Tornado Warnings on Billboards Praised on Social Media

Nicole Randall | May 6th, 2019

Tornados, hail, and flash flooding spread across the central US last week. At least 25 tornadoes were reported Tuesday across Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. More than 30 digital billboards in Northwest Arkansas notified drivers

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