Striking pro-mask campaign on New York public transport. Masks in the shape of New York state. Wouldn’t work in Western Australia.
Quite a thorough look (i.e. long but good) at why Netflix and other large advertisers are prioritising outdoor spends. Summary:
- Four of the largest 10 outdoor advertisers are now tech firms
- Factors supporting OOH – no ad skipping/blocking – digital billboards now location and context-sensitive – increasing interactivity (see article for examples)
- Mobile click-through rates increase 15 percent when supported by OOH ads
- Outdoor ads were the only traditional media category to show growth this year
Striking digital OOH animation by Coke.
In the spirit of Telethon:
Sunny Araf’s daughter was born with a heart condition. She had six operations at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital and died before the age of three. Sunny put the last photo taken of him and his daughter on digital outdoor screens across the city, to thank the NHS and the hospital for their work and dedication. Article.
25% conversion rate.
Use digital OOH for maximum creative flexibility. Here is the static site Samsung bought at Frankfurt airport:
Not that there’s anything wrong with a picture of the German soccer team.
Speaking of airports, you can now buy Qantas inflight entertainment advertising in addition to oOh!Fly airport inventory by calling the office on Alexander Bell’s Talking Machine; 9388 7844.
Wonderful experiential design by Moment Factory at Changi Airport. Something to amuse while you wait in line. Airports are of course, prime real estate in outdoor advertising and you can talk to us about reaching 16 Australian terminals, 17 lounges and 13 cities through oOh! Fly. 9388 7844.
Latest: oOh!’s newest digital billboard in the Perth CBD. Now over 260 screens across Australia. This large format site is oOh!’s third in the CBD. It really re-enforces their OOH pre-eminence in Perth. Elder St is west facing and captures east bound traffic from Subiaco and West Perth on to the Freeway South entrance, as well as Elder St traffic heading towards St George’s Terrace. oOh!’s network continues to expand nationally, in retail centres, airports, office towers, cafés, gyms, venues and universities.
Everyone in New York thinks that it’s quicker to go to JFK than EWR (Newark Liberty International Airport) but it ain’t the case. United wanted people to choose EWR, its New Jersey hub, so they sent real time traffic data to digital displays on New York taxis, which of course is how lots of people get to the airport.
Real time traffic data is of intense interest to drivers. The Australian Traffic Network is real time on mainstream radio and TV. Call us on 9388 7844 to brainstorm or for rates. Here’s the full case study on the NY outdoor campaign; includes video.