Meteor runs digital disruption on OOH

Merry Hintmas

Meteor ran a ‘live’ disruption on OOH on November 24th. The disruption was a pre-recorded mock news bulletin report, that was aired across multiple platforms, including digital OOH.

A primary location for the disruption was Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. At exactly 6.30pm Meteor ran a 2-minute takeover on the Green Screen at the entrance to the centre, airing a ‘breaking news’ report from Waterford Whispers covering missing chocolate, hints for extravagant gifts and more. Other locations where the disruption took place were The Square Tallaght, the Ilac Shopping Centre, a DigiVan in Dublin city centre as well as 30 city centre Orbscreens.

Vizeum and Source out of home planned this disruption on OOH, which was part of its overall Christmas campaign on Outdoor. The OOH creative from DDFH&B focuses on the ‘hintmas season’ and is running on 48 Sheets, Golden Squares, T-Sides, Digital Portrait Panels, Adshel, City Impacts, Citybox and the Green Screen. OOH also features in Meteor’s Merry Hintmas TV advert; a 48 Sheet is included which a man uses to hint to his partner that we would like a present from Meteor this Christmas.

You can view a video of Meteor’s ‘live’ news report at Stephens Green here.

November 28, 2016
Tayto’s bigger value bags

Tayto bigger bags

Tayto is promoting its new, bigger value bags on Outdoor advertising and the campaign includes two special builds.

Planned by Vizeum and Source out of home, formats in Tayto’s Outdoor campaign include dPods, 48 Sheets and Adshel. The creative by Publicis Dublin promotes a variety of Tayto products, all of which now have bigger value bags. Pouch Specials were installed at two petrol stations, in the form of giant sized packets of Tayto’s Snax and Waffles brands, tying in with the key message in the campaign that Tayto is using bigger bags for its snacks brands.

November 2, 2016
Clear Channel Play comes to Dublin

Clar Channel Play_LottoPlease note this is a mocked up design for illustrative purposes only

Clear Channel have installed their first digital screens at Westend Shopping Park – Blanchardstown. The network comprises 6 X 70’HD Screens which support static, basic motion or HD video while there are flexible creative, day part & short term opportunities. Globally Clear Channel have 5,200 screens in 23 Countries including the Castlecourt and Abbey Centres in Northern Ireland.

Westend Shopping Park has become known as Ireland’s first Shopping Park with over 25 stores across fashion, home, leisure, sport and lifestyle. It is home to many top brands such as Next, Heatons, New Look, Argos, Lidl, McQuillan’s, GAP, Nike, Dealz, Petstop, Pavers, Laura Ashley, Baby Elegence, Mountain Warehouse, Champions Sports, KFC, Costa and Three. It is beside the Blanchardstown Centre and boasts 600 parking spaces.

November 1, 2016
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