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Posterscope Netherlands launches dynamic digital platform, Liveposter

Posterscope has launched Liveposter in the Netherlands. The platform allows Digital Out Of Home campaigns to be controlled centrally, over multiple networks. Campaigns can be adapted and broadcast real-time across complete networks or individual screens.
The platform uses location-related data such as consumer behaviour, weather, search and footfall to optimise campaigns. At any desired time of the day, throughout the campaign period, the advertisement can be adapted and made relevant for the location and the audience present.
Liveposter sets a new standard within DOOH in the Netherlands. Targeting options that have already been available for digital advertisements are now also possible for out-of-home which can now be purchased, adapted and broadcast in a comparable manner. Posterscope is the first OOH media agency in the Netherlands to offer programmatic advertising on DOOH screens from Ngage Media, JCDecaux and Exterion and allows advertisers to benefit from dynamic content campaigns in public spaces.
The first campaign via Liveposter was carried out together with Wehkamp and Ngage Media: a dynamic content campaign based on the current weather in seven different cities with an assortment focus on fashion and garden. From March 12 to March 28, Posterscope served with the help of LivePoster 14 impactful digital screens from Ngage on city squares and shopping centers. With high-level deployment and with the best possible distribution across the Netherlands.
An umbrella in the rain – As soon as it started to rain in one of the cities, a Wehkamp fashion expression with an umbrella was shown on screen level. As soon as the sun showed up, the expression was replaced in real time by a version with garden assortment. The result was a dynamic campaign with which Wehkamp could distinguish itself and was visible in a relevant and surprising way with its products.
Bas van den Hoogen, Country Manager, Posterscope Netherlands: “We launch Liveposter because research has shown that relevant content for the audience present increases the effect of campaigns by more than 15%. The ability to use dynamic content based on relevant data and consumer insights creates a giant step in the digitization of Out of Home. From now on DOOH also belongs to the online media strategy. ”
Via: Posterscope Netherlands / Fonk

Passengers test perfume from billboards while waiting for the tram

Luxury lifestyle brand Rituals gave public transport users and shoppers in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague the opportunity to experience two of its oriental eau de parfums, Bleu Byzantin and Fleurs de l’Himalaya, when OOH sites were cleverly converted into branded dispenser units.
The campaign, a collaboration between Rituals, Vizeum, Posterscope Netherlands and JCDecaux, was on display until November 21 in Amsterdam (Rokin, Beethovenstraat and Leidsestraat), Rotterdam (Lijnbaan) and The Hague (Grote Marktstraat).
 
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Out of Home Supports People Out of Home

“Don’t let homeless people freeze to death”
Posterscope Netherlands starts 2016 with a very special campaign. Working in collaboration with Media partners JCDecaux, Exterion and Clear Channel, the campaign aims to raise money for Sheltersuit, a new charity that is related to Out of Home.
Sheltersuit produces jackets and sleeping bags for homeless people. It’s a new Dutch initiative that protects homeless people from low temperatures, wind and rain by giving them a warm suit to survive the outdoors.
The national outdoor campaign runs from 20th-27th January and asks people to donate money with their mobile phones.
 
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The campaign is a non-profitable collaboration between JCDecaux, Clear Channel and Exterion Media initiated by Posterscope Netherlands. To support this charity the Out of Home media owners worked with Posterscope by donating 3.500 six sheets free of charge.  The media value equated to €350.000. Posterscope developed this initiative and campaign to position the Out of Home sector in a positive daylight while delivering a valuable social contribution. The visual is optimized by Validators. The impact of the campaign is being monitored by MeMo2.
 “Don’t let homeless people freeze to death”
The creative for the Sheltersuit campaign – with real homeless people as models – has been created by isobar. In the poster visual you can see the harsh circumstances homeless people have to deal with during the winter period. It’s a shocking visual that reflects the cry for help of homeless people during winter. People are asked to donate €3 which will go entirely to Sheltersuit to create and distribute this special jacket.
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UPC WiFi Spots

UPC introduced 500,000 free WiFi spots in the Netherlands.
A famous Dutch celebrity, Johny de Mol, supported the campaign TV commercial. In front of the UPC stores passersby were invited to sit on the couch (the same couch from the UPC television commercial) and have a photo with a digital Johny. Participants could then win the couch and were immediately registered for the UPC WiFi spots.

Magnum Ice Cream Celebrates 25 Years of Pleasure in Amsterdam

To celebrate ’25 Years of Pleasure’ Unilever’s Magnum and JCDecaux Holland ran a campaign from the 21st to the 28th of May, giving people of Amsterdam the opportunity to redeem a free personalised ice cream!
To mark Magnum’s special occasion, JCDecaux fully wrapped a bus shelter and placed a hostess on site wearing a distinctive Magnum-inspired dress, to give out balloons and distribute special Magnum-Coins to intrigued passers-by.
Using these Magnum-Coins, passers-by could visit the Magnum department store that was right next to the bus shelter and create their own personalised Magnum ice cream.
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Via: JCDecaux One World

Crop Circles Advertise HBO’s The Leftovers

HBO in the Netherlands has unveiled a gigantic crop circles advertising the TV series The Leftovers in the wheat field near Amsterdam Schiphol airport.
The circles display the text “What if your pilot disappeared?” and can be seen by passengers of international flights leaving from Schiphol.
The Leftovers is a new HBO series created by Damon Lindelof, who found fame with Lost. The new series takes place in the wake of a global ‘rapture’ and centers on the people who were not taken but were left behind in a suburban community.
The advertisement covers a field of 365 x 120 meters and runs parallel to the A4 motorway near Schiphol. It took more than 120 hours to create.
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Via: Broadband TV News

Man-eater, the boredom-buster

As part of Daniel Disselkoen’s “Re-make Reality” graduation project for the Royal Academy of Art in the Netherlands, he decided to make his daily commute a lot more interesting by using an incredibly simple, low-tech approach to turn the scenery into a game, proving that sometimes the simple ideas really are the best.
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Via: Adverblog

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