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OOH audience growth in Australia outstrips population growth
In Research By M4G Bureau - November 29, 2017
While other traditional media channels see their audiences fragment or decline, OOH’s audiences in Australia continue to grow. This is great news for advertisers who are looking to reach large audiences with their products and services
DOOH continues northbound journey in Australia
In Digital OOH By M4G Bureau - October 18, 2017
Digital revenue is sitting at 46.0% of total net media revenue year-to-date, as per OMA statement
OOH industry, govt collaboration works best for community: OMA
In Digital OOH By M4G Bureau - March 07, 2017
Outdoor Media Association CEO Charmaine Moldrich has been quoted in a ProPrint report as saying"The OOH industry plays an important role in creating vibrant citiesâ€
DOOH spurs Australia OOH growth
In Digital OOH By VJ Media Bureau - January 16, 2017
Australia's OOH advertising industry saw a massive 15.7% revenue growth during 2016, according to data released by the Outdoor Media Association
OMA Australia plans automated transaction platform for outdoor transactions
In OOH News By Preethika Kotian - June 12, 2015
Phase one of the project will include the integration of outdoor inventory, buying and selling, post analysis and billing, etc.
OMANZ expects strong growth in H2 2014
In Digital OOH By VJ Media Bureau - October 16, 2014
The Outdoor Media Association of New Zealand (OMANZ) has reported that the growth of member revenue continues with the total for Q3 2014 reaching $19,041,928, up 21% on Q3 2013.
OMA New Zealand reports 0.7% growth in member revenue in Q2 2014
In Digital OOH By VJ Media Bureau - August 04, 2014
When added to the 2.3% growth posted for Q1 2014, the OMANZ members' half year results show total revenue up year-on-year
New Zealand witnesses 16% revenue growth in OOH industry
In OOH News By VJ Media Bureau - May 03, 2013
The Outdoor Media Association of NZ (OMANZ) announced a strong start to 2013, and sees OOH firmly becoming entrenched in the media mix for the future.