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Out of Home Advertising: The Champion of All Mediums

We love real facts when it comes to the effectiveness of Out of Home (OOH) advertising. If OOH is not your first choice when planning your advertising campaign then think again. Click here to see why OOH is the champion of all advertising mediums!  

OOH’S WEEKLY REACH OF 99% TOPS EVERY OTHER MEDIUM

 

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In 2017, OOH Will Do Well and Do Good – Nancy Fletcher OAAA President and CEO

Out of home (OOH) advertising “has the ability to really drive clever copy home that other media can’t always do as well.”

This well-spoken premise – offered by the chief marketing officer of Spotify – supports my bullish predictions for the New Year.

In 2017, OOH will outperform growth in overall advertising and the GDP (gross domestic product) because:

  • Advertisers covet audiences outside the home
  • OOH is renowned for its ability to build brands
  • OOH connects the physical world to the digital world, amplifying other media
  • OOH media owners are investing in the future and leading from the front
  • Automation makes OOH easier to plan and buy, Geopath improves measurement
  • Government will be more of a partner and less an impediment

“Ultimately,” says media analyst Omar Akhtar, “you have...

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Nancy Fletcher’s 25-Year Perspective

Nancy Fletcher

Nancy Fletcher OAAA President and CEO


Real Progress . . . The Best is Yet to Come

Twenty-five years ago, I signed a contract to lead OAAA (October 1991). A few months later, my husband and I moved our family from Minnesota to Washington, DC.

Thinking back on a quarter century, I’ve assembled a list of 25 highlights in 25 years (scroll down for full list). From then till now, working together, we’ve made real progress:

  • Advertising revenue reports used to put our medium in the “other” category, if it was mentioned at all. Now OAAA is a central source for OOH revenue reporting (and is cited by The New York Times and other reputable press outlets.)
  • We used to avoid the press (or run). Now we embrace the press, ready to tell our story. The New York Times just published an article...
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Positioning OOH for Continued Growth, Prosperity

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Read More at https://www.oaaa.org/Portals/0/articles/OutdoorOutlookPublic/OutdoorOutlook_110716.pdf

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News Media Use OOH to Boost Readership

Newspapers and magazines have seen a decline in readership and revenue over the last decade. As they strive to retain readers by rebranding and offering online options, they are turning to OOH advertising to spread the word.

New York-based publisher Hearst launched an OOH campaign for the September issues of four of its core fashion titles: Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, and Town & Country. The “We Are Fashion” campaign will run for six weeks, starting today and will include New York-centric billboards, airport signs, cinemas, taxi tops, retail displays, and video and signage in news kiosks. Signs show the four covers of the aforementioned magazines, and the one-minute video takes viewers behind the scenes of the shoots found in the September issues.

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Michael Clinton, Hearst Ma...

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THE VALUE OF OOH

THE VALUE OF OOH via OAAA.org

 
    • OOH achieves some of the lowest CPMs and highest ROIs in advertising, both as a stand-alone medium and as part of a media mix
    • OOH presents ads that can’t be delayed, skipped, or turned off
    • OOH delivers messages relevant to the environment where audiences experience them
    • OOH builds brand affinity at levels equal to TV



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A Look Ahead to the Second Half of 2016

Nancy Fletcher
President & CEO, OAAA

It’s hard to believe summer is already here and 2016 is nearly half over. This year has again started successfully for OOH, with Q1 rounding out the 24th consecutive quarter of revenue growth. Morale was high at the industry’s annual gathering in Boca Raton, FL, in April, new services to help OAAA members have been launched, and Nielsen research was released to support the effectiveness of OOH advertising.

As we look ahead to the second half of the year, OAAA remains focused on top industry issues and trends, incorporating member feedback received and lessons learned so far this year. I’ve updated my earlier calendar summary to highlight important events and resources OAAA will offer over the next several months.

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Out of Home Advertising Up 3.3% in Q1 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Nicole Hayes
(202) 833-5566
nhayes@oaaa.org

Out of Home Advertising Up 3.3% in Q1 2016

May 19, 2016 (Washington, DC)  – Out of home (OOH) advertising revenue rose 3.3 percent in the first quarter of 2016 compared to the previous year, accounting for $1.64 billion, based on figures released by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA). The revenue increase marks the industry’s 24th consecutive quarter of growth, in contrast to the combination of all other local media, which was down for the quarter, according to an OAAA analysis of Kantar Media data.

“The first few months of the year reflected strong growth across the entire OOH spectrum including both digital and printed formats,” said OAAA President & CEO Nancy Fletcher...

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OOH Industry Donates Over $450M Annually to Public Service

OOH – Partner in Public Service

The Out Of Home advertising industry regularly works with government agencies and other public
entities to share vital information and public service entities to share vital information and public service
messages, particularly during times of crisis. Click here to read more.

OAAA Anti-Texting Campaign

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Why Your Advertising Campaign MUST Include Billboards

NIELSEN 2016 OOH ADVERTISING STUDY

This report provides a detailed examination of America’s travel habits and its exposure to out Data Collection 4 Modes of Transportation 6 Time Spent Traveling 7-9 Miles Traveled 10 America s travel habits and its exposure to out of home advertising including billboards, digital signage, bus shelters, taxi cabs, kiosks and more. The study also examines the shopping and purchase decisions of Pedestrians 11 Billboards 13 Engagement with Billboards 14 pp g p Street Level Advertising 15 America’s on-the-go consumers.

Click to Read the Full Report from Nielsen

 

 

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