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.
blu, e-vaping experts, launches a fun and interactive out of home campaign at Westfield London to engage and connect with like-minded adult smokers and vape users. Come down to Westfield in the following weeks to discover blu’s “Six Weeks to… Read More
Inaugural international awards go to Space for Giants & Warner Brothers The seventh Digital Creative Competition saw some incredible entries and exciting and innovative ideas for the future. For the first time the competition included global entries, looking at ideas… Read More
Team GB and premium out of home media owner Ocean have extended their exclusive content partnership up to and including the Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020. The collaboration includes action from the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Games. During Rio 2016, Ocean broadcast… Read More
Catherine Morgan, who heads up Ocean Labs, has been nominated for the inaugural Creative Woman of the Year award, a new initiative created by The Drum and Creative Equals. Creative Equals – a gender diversity “kitemark” – and The Drum’s… Read More
“Play With Pooch” Campaign Marks Media First For Birmingham New Street Station MediaCom has presented a new and innovative means of utilising digital OOH to support RSPCA’s latest campaign “Play with Pooch”. Starring rescue dogs in need of a home,… Read More
The Ocean Digital Creative Competition Judging day was hosted at Ocean HQ on Kingly St last week (20 September). The judges formed two panels across the two categories for Creative Techniques and Interactive entries. The judges were hugely complementary about… Read More