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Adshel New Zealand has announced the launch of Adshel Day buying, allowing advertisers the flexibility to buy Adshel Live’s digital roadside network of 223 screens by the day.
QMS is embracing programmatic advertising through the launch of a new digital transaction platform, powered by the technology of Rubicon Project and Digital Commons. PLUS: QMS has acquired the latter of these two organisations.
APN Outdoor is joining forces with the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) as an official partner of the New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games teams through to 2020.
Adshel New Zealand has completed the expansion of its Adshel Live digital street furniture after adding 70 additional screens as part of the phase three roll-out.
In the past week, both Adshel and APN Outdoor have announced another phase in their digital expansion.
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There may be less daylight during winter, but that doesn’t mean brands can’t stand out anymore, according to a ‘Shine Brighter with Adshel’ campaign. And to celebrate, it's running a competition asking marketers for their best memes.
Adshel has shown off the potential of out-of-home advertising in two campaigns, by Eta and realestate.co.nz, which launched last month and show how bus shelters can be interactive as well as informative.
Adshel has launched New Zealand's first national digital roadside network, Adshel Live, and to celebrate its screens, it's giving Kiwis the chance to win one for themselves.
Digital outdoor advertising shells are allowing creatives do more than ever in the space, and with a little Disney magic posters can even come to life.
There’s a lot going on in the world of media. Each week new updates see platforms change and communication habits follow suit. So how can marketers keep up? In a new series we talk to people in the industry about what the updates mean to marketers. This week we look into the crystal ball of out-of-home advertising to see what lies in store for the digital sites.
Out-of-home (OOH) advertising providers Big Picture, Go Outdoor and Bacbou have consolidated their billboard and bus assets to form a new company called Go Media.
iSite Media, New Zealand’s largest out of home advertising supplier, has entered into an agreement to purchase all of OTW's billboard sites. But the deal will only go ahead if the Commerce Commission believes it won't substantially lessen competition in the market.