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OOH Veteran Eric Selby to Manage D.C.-Virginia-Maryland Markets

Joins Insite Street Media

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InSite Street Media announced that Eric Selby has joined their management team as General Manager, DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia).

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Keith Thompson

“We are very fortunate to welcome Eric to our team,” said Keith Thompson, President & CEO of InSite Street Media.  “He has a deep understanding of our industry and a wealth of knowledge and experience that will no-doubt contribute to his success in driving revenue and organizational efficiencies in the DMV.”

InSite Street Media operates 1,500 transit shelter faces, a couple dozen transit benches and the Loudon County, VA bus advertising in southern Maryland and northern Virginia, offering coverage of a large and vital part of the Washington DC-Hagerstown DMA.

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Eric Selby

“This is a fantastic market,” commented Eric Selby, General Manager, DMV.  “I am excited to join the InSite team and look forward to adding to the company’s wonderful culture, exceeding goals for our municipal partners and success at InSite Street Media.”

Mr. Selby was most recently at Clear Channel Airports where he was Vice President, Sales.  He also spent 6 years at Outfront Media where he was General Manager, DC before starting his own record label and music publishing business between 2013 and 2016.

About InSite Street Media

InSite Street Media is a leading outdoor advertising company known for innovation and excellence in the ownership and management of a street-level outdoor advertising products: including bus shelters, bus benches, transit advertising, as well as campus media.

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