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Outdoor Advertising

AdQuick Announces Partnership with Lyft, Expanding Out-of-Home Advertising Inventory in New York City, Chicago

AdQuick is partnering with Lyft to manage its cartop advertising in New York City and Divvy bike share stations in Chicago AdQuick, the top out-of-home advertising marketplace in the world, announced its partnership with rideshare giant Lyft to manage its cartop advertising on Lyft Halos in New York City and Lyft's Divvy bike share kiosk advertising inventory in Chicago. "Lyft's Halo cartop advertising technology enables brands to increase their reach in New York City with hyper-targeted, digital cartop advertising,"…

AdQuick Introduces Free Out-of-Home Advertising Media Planner

The OOH Media Planner compliments AdQuick's growing product line-up for brands, agencies and individuals who need to plan, buy & measure OOH advertising AdQuick, the North American leader in out-of-home (OOH) advertising software, announced the launch of OOH Media Planner, a standalone, free tool to help advertisers plan high-performing OOH campaigns in minutes. Using actionable insights gleaned from AdQuick's robust data assets and proprietary predictive models, the OOH Media Planner identifies the most effective way…

Adverttu’s Echo Digital Brings Transit Media Providers into the Digital Age

Company’s shadowfencing technology boosts transit media campaign effectiveness Adverttu, the on-car advertising company turning heads into customers, has launched Echo Digital, an innovative, quick-to-deploy digital solution for outdoor advertising providers and transit media operators. Primarily, Echo Digital has been built for bus and taxi advertising companies interested in bringing on-vehicle campaigns online to maximise client return on investment while growing their own revenue. Echo Digital can also be used by…

Kinetic Appoints Notable Out-of-Home Leader Keith Kaplan as Global CEO

Kaplan joins from OUTFRONT Media Kinetic, the leading global out-of-home agency that is part of WPP, announced the appointment of Keith Kaplan as Global Chief Executive Officer. Kaplan is well-regarded as a strategic advisor at the intersection of digital and out-of-home (OOH) with a strong focus on innovative ways to drive success for clients. Kaplan takes over from Marc-Antoine de Roys, who recently announced his retirement. According to GroupM's This Year, Next Year Global Forecast, out-of-home is expected to experience…

Lamar Advertising to Display FEMA Emergency Alerts on Digital Billboards Nationwide

Lamar Advertising Company, one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the world, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that emergency alerts transmitted over FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS) will be displayed on select Lamar digital billboards throughout the country. IPAWS is FEMA's national system for local alerting that provides authenticated emergency and life-saving information to the public through mobile phones, radio, television and internet-based services.…

AdTech Roundup: Top Things in Advertising Technology

Today’s AdTech Roundup covers the latest in Native and Programmatic Advertising, Technology, TV Advertising, Audience Data announcements from JCDecaux, HomeServe USA, Pixalate, Adapex, and Nielsen. Jcdecaux and S4M Announce a Global Advertising Partnership, Enhancing Media Efficiency and Synergies Between OOh and Mobile JCDecaux SA, the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide, announces its partnership with S4M, the drive-to-store platform, enabling advertisers to combine their Out-of-Home (OOH) and mobile…

Now Playing on an Uber Near You: Digital Video

Consumers have some basic expectations for their advertising. They expect TV ads to run 30 seconds or so, print ads to feature provocative headlines and direct response ads to try to direct us to do something. We also expect outdoor ads not to move, but that’s changing. Digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising is expected to be a $4.5 billion market in the U.S. next year, up from $1.2 billion in 2016. Such ads -- often featuring video or animation -- are also showing up in new places. We now see video ads on Uber and Lyft…