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.
International wildlife charity the Born Free Foundation marks World Orca Day on July 14 with an integrated campaign which sees Ocean Outdoor’s spectacular large format full motion out of home screens transformed into virtual tanks. Conceived by WCRS, a winner… Read More
Ocean have launched its 8th annual competition to discover the best creative ideas in DOOH, using innovative and emerging technology and techniques. Ocean’s Digital Creative Competition is now inviting submissions for bold new creative ideas which set new boundaries from brands,… Read More
Biggest DOOH screen in the East Midlands goes live Sony Pictures, OnePlus, John Lewis, Dior and Boots are Ocean Outdoor’s brand partners for Nottingham One, the City’s first external large format digital out of home (DOOH) screen. Nottingham One, which… Read More
Ocean and Campaign have been speaking to Creative industry ambassadors both in London in the run up to Cannes Lions 2017, and also throughout the week, about their perceptions of Digital Out of Home and the exciting future of the… Read More
The expansion of Ocean’s portfolio to Nottingham, our 10th city and the UK’s seventh busiest retail centre, is timely. Nottingham One, the City’s first large format external digital screen, is positioned directly above the main entrance to the intu Victoria… Read More
Ocean Outdoor expands to its tenth UK city to launch what will be the largest digital screen in the east midlands region Nottingham One screen at the entrance to intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham will use audience recognition cameras to… Read More