A few recent headlines of interest.
Tantala analyzed eight years of traffic accident data — more than 60,000 accident reports from the Ohio Department of Transportation — for the same seven digital billboards it examined in a 2007 study. In addition to the two Cleveland studies, a separate survey was released earlier this year for Rochester, Minn. The conclusion for all three studies was the same: Digital billboards are not linked to traffic accidents.
Another interesting tidbit from this article: Lamar’s 1,135 digital billboards, now representing about 10 percent of the company’s revenue, are leading the recovery at the company.
While digital boards represent 10 percent of their revenue, I’d be curious to find out what percentage of their total inventory (total of all boards) that number represents. Anyone have any insight?
A few articles that caught our eye over the past week:
BK’s ‘Whopper Freakout’ Wins Grand Effie – via Adweek
A few stories that caught our eye over the past week.
Anatomy of The Consumer: Touch – via MediaPost
Actors Unions OK Commercial Deal – via MediaPost