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Analysis: Why Did the Feds Penalize New York State?

Kerry Yoakum | February 12th, 2018

On February 1, FHWA informed New York State DOT that it would withhold $14 million as penalty for the State’s installation of illegal on-road signs that promote New York State. Kerry Yoakum, an attorney and former...

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CES 2018: The OOH Perspective

Ahmad Sayar | January 18th, 2018

Last year marked the 50th anniversary of CES, the largest global gathering of technology and innovation, with over 4,000 exhibitors spanning across 2.6 million square feet of exhibition space. Over 180,000 industry professionals attended in 2017,...

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Creative Circle: What Was Your Favorite OOH in 2017?

Nicole Randall | January 15th, 2018

OAAA regularly features Thought Leadership Q&A from its committee members. This month, OAAA spotlights the Creative Committee, asking members, “What was your favorite OOH campaign in 2017?”  Eddy Herty, National Creative Director, OUTFRONT Media The  2018...

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Why Tech Is Going Traditional in Transit

Dave Etherington | December 12th, 2017

The most captive audience in the U.S. isn’t sitting on a sofa watching Stranger Things — it’s in transit.  According to the OAAA’s 2015 data, Americans spend more than 70 percent of their waking hours outside their homes. ...

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What’s the media safe haven?

Mike Gamaroff | August 10th, 2017

The president said some stern words about a foreign adversary today, and then the dollar slumped. At the same time, gold went up. When people worry about the world, they start to worry about the dollar....

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How Out of Home Advertising is Using Data

Chet Dalzell | July 21st, 2017

Big Idea: Out of home advertising is transcending into the digital ecosystem, adopting new tools for using data responsibly, while providing privacy protections in concert. Heard at DAA Summit 2017… Digital advertising never stops innovating —...

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