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Chennai Media Owners step forward to avoid casualties during Nivar cyclone
Chennai Media Owners step forward to avoid casualties during Nivar cyclone

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - November 27, 2020

The outdoor sites taken down on Tuesday will be re-installed after the weather clearance notice from India Meteorological Department

Maharashtra, Gujarat large format media owners forestall cyclone damage
Maharashtra, Gujarat large format media owners forestall cyclone damage

In OOH News By Pray Jani - June 05, 2020

Surat Municipal Corporation had instructed media owners to take down at-risk sites across all 6 zones; MCGM, Central Railway & Panvel authority too had issued precautionary notice

Surat media owners take ‘Maha’ precautions
Surat media owners take ‘Maha’ precautions

In OOH News By Pray Jani - November 08, 2019

The civic bodies of Surat have instructed Surat media owners to make alterations to OOH sites ahead of cyclone ‘Maha’.

Strong winds rattle billboard in Thane
Strong winds rattle billboard in Thane

In OOH News By Bhawana Anand - June 17, 2019

In another incident, a part of the wall cladding at Churchgate station collapsed; no outdoor media was there on the wall

Storm warning sees Rajkot & Jamnagar OOH media being dismantled as precautionary measure
Storm warning sees Rajkot & Jamnagar OOH media being dismantled as precautionary measure

In OOH News By Bhawana Anand - June 13, 2019

The respective corporations have issued notice to avoid any possible casualty and the regional media owners are adhering to it

Kolkata OOH copes with Fani impact
Kolkata OOH copes with Fani impact

In OOH News By Ria Banerjee - May 16, 2019

Though the outdoor structures in the city could withstand the high wind speed, some flexes were damaged in and around the city area

Odisha OOH suffers huge losses post ‘Fani’
Odisha OOH suffers huge losses post ‘Fani’

In OOH News By Ria Banerjee - May 15, 2019

The outdoor advertising business in the state has reportedly incurred a loss of around Rs 60 crore due to the cyclone

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