Forest Launch ‘The Magnificent Seven’

Forrest is the first OOH Media Owner in the UK to deliver a geographically robust full giant digital offering encompassing an entire city.
With cover of 418,776 and 45.19% reach of the Greater Glasgow population,  no other media (with the exception of TV) can deliver such tremendous audiences to an advertiser.
Glasgow is the UK’s third largest city* and the Forrest Glasgow CityScreen Network offers Digital Out of Home advertisers a tremendous opportunity to target the 1.2 million Glaswegian population,  offering unavoidable impact at every major entry point into the City.
Available from the start of 2016, the 7 screens cover the main Northern, Eastern (Jan 2016*), Southern and Western approaches to the city, in conjunction with Forrest’s flagship Central screen on Union Street and the addition of brand new screens at the Quay Leisure Complex and the Glasgow Gateway on the Clyde Expressway (the cities’ busiest artery in and out of town).
The seven screen network guarantees exceptional impact and prestige for any advertiser.
The screens – all 44 sq.m or more in size (a 48 sheet is only 18sq m)  – deliver exceptional D3 L.E.D. premium resolution and have been specifically developed in high traffic stand-alone locations.
50% of the screens offer full motion capability.

blowUP Media to Unveil the Glasgow XX Towers

blowUP media, Europe’s biggest giant poster network, has secured two prime sites which will dominate the Glasgow skyline during the Commonwealth Games this summer.
The Glasgow XX Towers will provide advertisers with unrivaled opportunities to reach an audience of more than 1.4 million plus the third of the world’s population watching the Games on TV.
At 20 m by 40 m each, together they will total an area of 1,600 metres and so will be viewed every day by Games Crowds, the Glasgow population and the viewing audience.
Key venue viewing points include Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Emirates Arena and Celtic Park. The key arterial viewing points which feed into the Games areas include the M74, A74 (London Road) and A728 (Clyde Junction).
The Games run from July 23rd to August 3rd but the Towers will be available to advertisers for six weeks across the games.