Ocean fills a unique position in the Out of Home advertising landscape, specialising only in large-format, digital, super-premium locations.
Brands on Ocean screens get noticed, consumers become emotionally engaged and behavioural change happens. Each screen is individual, delivering to brands premium audiences and unprecedented returns. Our screens are proven to prime others, amplifying a brand’s campaign in both the Out Of Home environment and the wider digital screen ecosystem. All underpinned with the latest technology in the market.
Car brand renews its commitment to UK’s most iconic DOOH location Hyundai has confirmed that it will continue to maintain its presence on the iconic Piccadilly Lights which are undergoing a milestone transformation. Hyundai, which has advertised on Piccadilly Lights… Read More
Partnership targets younger, light TV viewers Digital Out of Home media owner Ocean Outdoor and BBC Three have signed a deal which will see content from the TV channel made accessible via Ocean’s premium city centre WiFi enabled screens. The… Read More
Ocean and our partners Land Securities this week revealed at The Café Royal in Piccadilly the latest plans for London’s new Piccadilly Lights to a small and exclusive number of global brands. Piccadilly Circus, or Lights as we say, has… Read More
Corporates and individuals invited to help protect endangered elephants A herd of digitally-generated 3D elephants is about to march across the world, crossing three continents in a spectacular first for digital out-of-home campaign to end the slaughter of endangered animals in… Read More
Coca-Cola, Samsung and L’Oréal are the global launch partners for a new illuminated banner covering the world famous Piccadilly Lights. The iconic advertising location, which is managed by Ocean Outdoor on behalf of Land Securities, is undergoing a 10 month… Read More
In a digital out of home first, Ocean Outdoor and Posterscope are collaborating with Tate to broadcast artist David Hockney’s iPad paintings across city and roadside out of home screens in seven UK cities. For seven days from Thursday, February… Read More