OOH Today’s Podcast —Calling Your Own Balls and Strikes
OOH's Unscripted Podcast 9B Issue —Join Eichenstein, Wolfe, and Sullivan
—Calling Your Own Balls and Strikes
OOH Today’s Podcast 9B
The Board Room
OOH Owners are building their own independent measurement systems; will these self interests impede the future of OOH growth?
Is Geopath dropping the ball?
Will the creation of additional measurement systems by OOH Owners to gain a competitive advantage, hurt the out of home industry in the long run?
Hear our OOH Experts weigh in the issues
“Are they building data to bypass the agency to go directly to the client?” —Levi Eichenstein
“Data is only as good as the sales people who sell it” —Bob Wolfe
” It’s more data they can use to persuade someone to buy…” —Jack Sullivan
The Board Room —OOH Today’s Podcast 9B —17+ minutes
‘The Board Room’ is outdoor advertising’s unfiltered/unscripted podcast offering deeper insights of the Out of Home Advertising Industry. A panel of experienced OOH professionals discuss everything in the OOH space… agencies, buyers/sellers, creative, leadership, measurement, sales, technology and the journey.
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