Billboard


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Billboard 200 and other charts will be fully updated on the Billboard website Tuesday.
The court said that the landowners raised valid concerns and agreed that an appraiser must not indirectly value an existing billboard on a property by considering the revenue generated from the advertisements placed on that billboard in a given year.
class="MsoNormalTo those who criticized him for erecting the billboards, he said his action was inspired by the spirit of devolution.
It was Billboard's second featuring of a K-pop group in a year after BTS posed as the models for the magazine in February last year.
'So it is act of ingenuity and evil genius that the guy has to destroy the billboard of Atiku in the State.
As chairman of the Senate economic affairs committee, Gatchalian said the MMDA should be more vigilant in enforcing the guidelines on billboards and outdoor advertising signs they implemented beginning in 2012.
During a hearing regarding billboards in Lahore, Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar remarked that orders for removal of billboards were given for Karachi earlier, but would be applicable for other cities as well.
According to Justice Nisar, since the removal of billboards made Karachi look considerably neat, therefore, he suggested the same should be done in other parts of the country as well.
The Springfield-based media company sued the village in late 2017, arguing Gilberts is a non-home rule community and cannot ban billboards from being built on land regulated by the state.
The additional DG told the court that in 2010, the authority removed 1,304 billboards and there were no PHA billboards on the streets, nor had anyone asked them for permission to put up billboards.
To account for the sea-change in music consumption, Billboard will start (https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/8427967/billboard-changes-streaming-weighting-hot-100-billboard-200) putting more weight on paid streaming subscriptions when assembling its Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts.
But we recommend that the local government constitutes a unit that will closely and regularly monitor billboard installations and check on its compliance with the provisions of the ordinance.