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NOM's Brian Brown announced the launch of a new billboard campaign today targeting lawmakers in New York who voted to pass the state's marriage equality law. He writes : Already the billboard is getting attention as the state fair begins...We will
The Arizona Republic The Phoenix Board of Adjustment this week approved the conversion of a billboard at 44th Street and Indian School to electronic in what was believed to be its first decision regarding an electronic board in a neighborhood setting.
The Arizona Republic Three applications to convert existing billboards to electronic were approved last week by a Phoenix hearing officer...Seventh Ave., at Interstate 17, was not decided because it was not advertised properly.
Francisco Kjolseth The Salt Lake Tribune) A new billboard campaign designed by students Charlotte Duerden and Melody Bodily, both students at Highland High, raises awareness of substance abuse and promotes drug-free behavior. First published 16
If you've noticed empty billboard frames along the highway during your commute, Hurricane Irene didn't knock the ads off the owner did. Stephen Ross, president of Clear Channel Outdoor Boston, said 25 workers took down about 100 billboards in Fall
The Arizona Republic A Phoenix zoning hearing officer on Thursday will consider requests for four electronic billboards. Billboard companies, which appeared to be ready to hold off on new applications until the city passes a revised billboard
The City Duma has adopted a draft law that dramatically increases the legal responsibility of those who damage the capital's architectural pearls...City Hall had pledged to reduce the ad-count, twice asking ad agencies to take down their real estate,
05 am The City of Tacoma has taken the first step to enforce its new, stricter stance on billboards by asking a judge to formalize the death of its settlement agreement with Clear Channel. In a court filing this week, lawyers for the city argue that
The group is on a crusade, of sorts, to promote their godless beliefs through billboards and bus stop ads, according to the Orange County Register . "We don't have a voice," said Bruce Gleason, head of the Backyard Skeptics told the paper. "This is
A loophole in the state's mobile-billboard law has spawned fleets of motor scooters, bicycles and sleds hitched to large signs and parked along streets. On Thursday, the state Senate approved a measure that would give Los Angeles and other cities