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The Arizona Republic A third electronic billboard, featuring commercial messages that change every eight seconds, has been approved for East Indian School Road.The Board of Adjustment, which last month approved the change at a trifold board at 44th
Crackdown on sexual imagery in outdoor advertising will see provocative underwear poses banned Last updated at 4:18 PM on 9th October 2011 Billboards plastered with racy images of scantily clad models are to be banned in a bid to prevent the
Jobs died yesterday aged 56, after a long battle with cancer. Tui said Jobs' death and the choice of words on the billboard were a coincidence...Among those who found the billboard offensive was One News reporter Ruth Wynn-Williams, who took to
Provantage Launches Mobilites 4 October 2011 Provantage Out of Home Media has launched Mobilites, a fleet of new, internally illuminated mobile billboards. A great alternative to the traditional static billboard, Mobilites are an exciting new way of
But Pittsburgh is not alone in facing the need to update regulations to keep up with new technology. Some 450,000 billboards stand throughout the country and, as technology becomes less expensive, more and more of them will be converted to
And all citizens have been challenged to be pragmatic in exercising road safety. Permanent secretary for Works and Transport Commander Francis Kean said yesterday: "Together we can make a difference." Commander Kean made the comment while launching
The measure would allow the conversion of standard billboards to digital ones in unincorporated areas in King County.
Comment Donald Basile is the chief executive officer of Violin Memory, a startup in Silicon Valley that makes superfast data storage systems. You've probably never heard of the company, but there's a good chance you've seen its ads. Over the past
Labour ad lands Ridge in hot water NZ Newswire September 22, 2011, 8:04 am A mock election ad that tries to entice customers to use Matthew Ridge's Auckland car wash businesses has landed the former rugby league star in hot soapy water...The
Carmen Trutanich said SkyTag and its president, Michael McNeilly, deprived the city of permitting fees, created traffic hazards and endangered the lives of people who were inside buildings whose windows were covered by the multistory vinyl ads.