World Out of Home Organization’s OurSecondChance campaign hits $40 million in media value

World Out of Home Organization’s OurSecondChance campaign hits $40 million in media value

18-09-2020 08:53:00 | Door: Bob Koigi | Hits: 555 | Tags:

The World Out of Home Organisation’s #OurSecondChance campaign has appeared on more than 40,000 digital screens worldwide, making it the world’s biggest all-format digital Out of Home campaign ever launched.

The rate card value of the media space provided, is estimated at US$40m to date, way ahead of the original $25 million estimate. The campaign concludes on September 30.

Among the biggest markets to embrace the campaign are China, Germany, and Australia.

The campaign which was originated by creative agency New Commercial Arts and distributed globally by Grand Visual, reminds people of the positive initiatives to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, as gradual recovery takes hold.

So far, the campaign has appeared in 60 countries and on every continent worldwide.

Tom Goddard, president, WOO: “We hoped #OurSecondChance would have a major impact but its reach – it was ubiquitous – and the positive reaction from the public worldwide has exceeded all our expectations. "Again, we would like to thank all the wonderful Media Owners and Out of Home Associations around the world, for their fantastic efforts and incredibly generous support. This campaign has demonstrated how powerful OOH is in reaching mass audiences very efficiently in all corners of the world.”

James Murphy, CEO, New Commercial Arts: “This was a wonderful opportunity to showcase our work in a medium we love on a global stage. The response and support from the global Out of Home industry and media community has been amazing.”

Neil Morris, CEO, Grand Visual: “Out of Home has been promoting its global reach and capabilities for some time now and #OurSecondChance is hard evidence that activating a global campaign is entirely achievable and delivers incredible scale.”

www.worldooh.org


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