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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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The uncontrolled proliferation of billboards is a telltale sign of poor governance.
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In October 2018, the Supreme Court had ordered the removal of billboards from public places across the country.
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class="MsoNormalThe MP, who harbours presidential ambitions and plans to vie against Deputy President William Ruto in 2022, had put up two billboards next to those erected by the Council of Governors.
'I'm calling on the candidates especially candidate Tolentino whose billboard is still there in Pasay and I see that billboard every time I go to the airport,' she noted.
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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.
He also asked under which authority were billboards installed within the administrative jurisdiction of railways and Parks and Horticulture Authority in Lahore, observing that it cannot be done on public property.
The directives came from Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar in a hearing pertaining to the billboards in Lahore, to which he stated that orders for removal of billboards were issued for Karachi earlier, which would also be made imposed on other cities as well.