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XL Network: Ocean launches next gen large format DOOH roadside network in key UK cities

By M4G Bureau - March 11, 2020

Jaguar Land Rover is the launch partner with a campaign breaking across 13 of the screens in four cities

Premium DOOH media owner Ocean Outdoor is launching the XL Network. Ocean’s next generation in super-sized, connected DOOH roadside screens that are at least 1.5 times larger than a standard 48-sheet.
 
Jaguar Land Rover is the launch partner with a campaign breaking across 13 of the screens in four cities (Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester) from March 9. The new campaign promotes the Range Rover Velar.
 
So far, the network includes six screens in Glasgow, one in Edinburgh, four in Birmingham and two in Manchester, with more screens to follow.
 
Ocean has developed the XL Network based on insights from its neuroscience research studies. These correlate impactful creative advertising on large format DOOH screens with long term memory encoding and subsequent purchase behaviour.
 
Powered by Ocean’s live delivery platform, the XL Network is a flexible, data driven channel which draws on live weather, temperature and traffic information to trigger environmental and contextual content.
 
Advertisers can also deploy Ocean’s proprietary vehicle detection technology (VDT) to activate content tailored to the specific make and model of the car for optimised and more targeted messaging.
 
Ocean joint managing director Phil Hall said: “Most people living outside of London commute by car and with the number of journeys they make growing year on year, premium inventory on key routes in these five cities becomes even more relevant.
 
“Great content deserves great screens. Ocean’s neuroscience research programme confirms that large sites deliver on length of visibility, size and scale. This drives impact beyond simple initial viewing alone. It delivers increased audience attention, desirability and emotional response, influencing long-term memory encoding and subsequent purchase behaviour.”

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