Media Corruption, Late Payments, Final Grade for OOH Conference —The Podcast
OOH Today’s Unfiltered Podcast 3 —Join the Discuss with Hansen, Sullivan, Wolfe and Wilkins
Media Corruption, 120 Day Payments
and Final Grade for OOH Conference
The Board Room —OOH Today’s Podcast 3
Are there kickbacks, discounts and brown paper bags in OOH?
What circumstance is 120 days payment acceptable?
Do late payments contribute to two rate cards? One National and one Local?
Board Room Members: Todd Hansen, Jack Sullivan, Bob Wolfe, and Daniel Wilkins
address OOH’s issues of the day.
This ‘CAST’ discusses Media Corruption, 120 Day Late Payments and Final Grade for OOH Conference. Podcast #3. Click the orange circle white arrow below to listen.
Board Room Directors:
Bob Wolfe, Owner, Outselling, Inc
Daniel Wilkins, Chief Client Officer, Agency 672
Jack Sullivan, OOH Media Advisor,
Todd Hansen, General Manger, Sun Outdoor
Brent Baer, Moderator, Publisher, OOH Today
The Board Room is outdoor advertising’s unfiltered podcast which offers deeper insights on the Out of Home Advertising Industry. A panel of OOH professionals discuss all in the OOH space… creative, leadership, measurement, sales, technology and the journey.
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This is a good discussion. However, it reminds me of truck drivers complaining about “cheap freight.” Well, the only way “cheap freight” happens is because TRUCKERS are accepting “cheap freight!” Very comical.
Joe, interesting metaphor you have created. Cheap freight may be better than no freight. I trust your receivables are tight and run less than 60 days.
Thank you for the podcast, can you upload this to Spotify and other platforms?
Anchor app can help you do this.
thank you Jean-Paul. We are working on it.