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ZEE TV creates an OOH atmosphere for'Dangal'
ZEE TV creates an OOH atmosphere for'Dangal'

In Campaigns By M4G Bureau - May 23, 2017

Brandscope India planned and crafted most eye-catching innovations to promote the Zee TV world television premiere of the Bollywood blockbuster

OOH most effective in driving online activity, says study
OOH most effective in driving online activity, says study

In Digital OOH By M4G Bureau - May 15, 2017

A Nielsen OOH survey has found that OOH delivers more online activity per ad dollar spent compared to television, radio, and print.

It's Time for outdoor advertising in India to evolve: Emraan Kureshi
It's Time for outdoor advertising in India to evolve: Emraan Kureshi

In OOH News By VJ Media Bureau - June 18, 2016

Media has transformed newspapers into e-papers and television into mobile apps and now is the time for the outdoor to evolve.

Samsung J Series lures the crowd at Mumbai Metro
Samsung J Series lures the crowd at Mumbai Metro

In Campaigns By Satarupa Chakraborty - February 18, 2016

Samsung J Series smartphone resorts to external and internal wraps of Mumbai Metro along with advertising through metro television and digital screens inside metro trains.

Active Media launches India's first interactive 3D movie poster
Active Media launches India's first interactive 3D movie poster

In OOH News By Satarupa Chakraborty - January 19, 2016

Taking movie promotions to a new level through OOH, Mumbai-based Active Media Innovations introduced interactive 3D poster for the film'Ghayal Once Again'. The poster was further promoted in national television at the popular entertainment show, Comedy Nights with Kapil.

Promote transit media in a big way: Atul Shrivastava
Promote transit media in a big way: Atul Shrivastava

In OOH News By Soneeta Sethi - May 11, 2015

Transit advertising is important as it provides high visibility to customers on a daily basis. Well designed and strategically placed ads would attract more audience than any print or television ad, says Shrivastava

'We will see new advertisers using OOH medium'
'We will see new advertisers using OOH medium'

In Viewpoints By M4G Bureau - July 22, 2014

In May this year Pakistan Advertisers Society (PAS) exclusively endorsed Measuring OOH Visibility & Exposure (MOVE), a Pakistan-based media marketing and research company, to develop and launch an OOH audience and ratings currency in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Qamar Abbas, Executive Director, Pakistan Advertisers Society (PAS), talks about the new initiative in conversation with Rajiv Raghunath of Outdoor Asia. Abbas as over 15 years of professional experience with proven track record in setting up new ventures, securing profitable growth, establishing new streams of revenue and regulatory policy making. He has had a hand in executing some of the milestone media initiatives in Pakistan like Television Audience Measurement, Consumer Multimedia Index and the industry's most prestigious Advertising Effectiveness Awards. Edited excerpts of the interview:

Ficci Frames: Digital and television screens can co-exist
Ficci Frames: Digital and television screens can co-exist

In OOH News By BS Reporter, Business Standard, Mumbai - March 14, 2014

Discussions at the second day of Ficci Frames centered around how monetising can be drawn from multiple screens and how each can compliment the other rather than compete.

Sony MAX plays around Badttameezi!
Sony MAX plays around Badttameezi!

In OOH News By Bhawana Anand - January 17, 2014

Sony MAX executes a yet another clutter breaking campaign to promote their television premier of 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' .

Is TV's loss OOH's gain?
Is TV's loss OOH's gain?

In OOH News By Vjmedia Work Team - October 08, 2013

Significant limits have been proposed by the regulatory body with regard to advertisements on television limiting the duration of advertising on a broadcast channel. This obviously has lot of implications on the media spends by brands. Outdoor Asia spoke to a few brands and agencies to get an idea of what the new rule implies for the OOH medium.

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