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75Media adds new headline site in Birmingham

By M4G Bureau - July 20, 2023

Part of the RISE Network, the portfolio of this network has grown by 800% in the last two years

75Media is celebrating 800% growth in its premium large format RISE network whilst also announcing the launch of a new headline site in the heart of the Midlands. 

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The brand new, double-sided DM6 site at Spaghetti Gateway, Birmingham, is the latest addition to 75Media’s RISE network: a collection of DM6 and D96 digital structures on some of the UK’s busiest roads, that reel in high audience figures. The new billboard attracts a staggering audience of 83.2 million people a year, and is a state-of-the-art, brand new, full-motion site that is completely unmissable at the busy Lichfield junction

In the last two years, 75Media’s RISE portfolio has grown in site numbers by 800% with sites launching in Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Birmingham and Somerset. By summer 2024, the company will be operating 30 to 40 more of these iconic sites on major arterial routes which serve the top 20 UK cities.

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Alex Simpson, 75Media’s Operations Director, commented: “Our RISE proposition of premium sites is really exciting and something we are very focussed on going forward. The demand from clients for iconic structures – which have local and regional ‘talkability’ – is increasing all the time and that’s exactly what these sites offer. We’re putting a lot of weight behind growing this portfolio, and it’s going to happen quickly and with impact, thanks to strong and long-standing relationships with our outdoor advertising partners.”

The growth of the out-of-home (OOH) industry as a whole shows no signs of slowing down. The industry, in the last quarter alone, was worth £251m, whilst there’s predicted to be a 4.9% increase in OOH spend in 2023 versus total advertising spend growth of just 0.5%*.

75Media expects to see a seven-figure turnover and in 2024, which is expected to rise to eight figures. Its portfolio has gone from 140 classic sites to a network of over 380 classic, digital and large format sites across the UK. In addition to bolstering its senior management with new hires, the company plans to open work spaces in London and Edinburgh, to complement its Leeds HQ.


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