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Billboard

A large structure found outside in a high traffic area on which a person or company can place an advertisement in exchange for a fee. A billboard is a common form of advertising for products likely to appeal to drivers or pedestrians, or to increase the visibility of companies in the immediate vicinity of the billboard. Less commonly, a billboard is called a bleed poster or a painted bulletin.
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said he has been using billboards for the past 25 years and believes billboards should have a pertinent message.
Digital billboards are much brighter than conventional signs and have a greater ability to attract and hold the attention of passing motorists.
The Billboard Companies are the ones who are fighting Measure A, the fair Tax on Billboards in West Hollywood that will greatly benefit the People.
Under Alarcon's plan, the new billboards would go up in pre-designated areas, such as city-owned property.
City officials can even negotiate time and space for advertising government programs and activities, or require the digital billboards be used for emergency or disaster announcements.
Even while it continued to crack down on billboards and scaffolding ads, the City was getting into the outdoor advertising business itself.
The Godly messages appeared, free of charge, on 10,000 billboards across America
The office denies responsibility on the grounds that the billboards do not concern advertising products.
These guidelines oppose cutting publicly owned roadside trees to improve visibility of privately owned billboards.
3 billion-a-year billboard industry, rightly known as one of Washington's inside racktes.
Daktronics has installed more than 700 digital billboards nationwide in more than 150 cities.
As part of its petition for the digital billboard conversion, Clear Channel Outdoor has offered to remove six smaller static billboards it has in the general vicinity.