Forrest announce the addition of 3 new screens to its digital inventory.

As the sole provider of Giant Super Premium digital roadside screens in Scotland, Forrest has announced the development of 3 new sites to add to its portfolio.
The new locations entitled; CityScreen Glasgow Quayside, CityScreen Glasgow North and CityScreen Clydeside Expressway will open up vital routes within Glasgow and will deliver even greater exposure for advertisers.
The new screens, which launch in November,  have been strategically planned and developed as locations which will enhance Forrest’s existing portfolio and bring the Companies’ total Giant Digital offering up to 12 screens, 6 of which will be in Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom (after London and Birmingham), with a total urban population of 1.75 million.
Forrest MD, Marc Keenan said:
Our unique local knowledge has, once again, allowed us to plan and develop these important main arterial routes in our home city.
50% of our screens now have consent to play full motion, which gives us a unique position in the market. With digital OOH showing such high levels of demand, we believe that full motion offers advertisers more creative scope to promote their brands.
We will be launching the 3 new screens across November and we are thrilled to be strengthening our position as the premium digital provider in the northern half of the UK.

Forrest Media Extends Digital Portfolio in Scotland and Newcastle

Forrest Media, Scotland’s largest Digital screen operator, has started 2015 with a flurry of exciting new digital developments, including two new Scottish screens − in Edinburgh and Glasgow − and a planned second screen in Newcastle.
The ‘CityScreen Glasgow Southern Gateway’ and the ‘CityScreen Edinburgh Eastern Gateway’ both stand at 50 sqm and dominate vital routes into both major cities, offering optimum exposure for advertising brands. The ‘CityScreen Glasgow Southern Gateway’ is Forrest’s third digital outlet in Scotland’s largest city, whilst the Edinburgh site is the group’s third OOH offering in the nation’s capital.
With the new additions set to increase Forrest’s portfolio to a total of eight digital screens throughout Scotland and the north of England, Forrest MD, Marc Keenan, said: ‘Our detailed local knowledge has, once again, allowed us to pre-plan these vital routes and then go out and develop these with new digital platforms. These sites further strengthen our ownership of prime OOH sites in the north of Britain.’
In addition to these sites, Forrest Media has announced the imminent arrival of a second spectacular screen in central Newcastle.
Planned for May 2015, ‘CityScreen Newcastle Central’ will dominate Newcastle’s Times Square, delivering an impressive 50 sqm of digital platform to its advertisers.  The screen will sit proudly on Newcastle’s famous Life Building, at the forefront of Times Square in the centre of the city, and will be perfectly positioned to be seen by those departing from Newcastle’s bustling main rail station.
All three screens have been specifically developed to geographically enhance the company’s existing offering.
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