Clear Channel Outdoor Intends to Push Limits of Displays

Clear Channel Outdoor Intends to Push Limits of Displays
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Clear Channel Outdoor hired long-time digital media strategist Michael Hudes for the new position of executive vice president, corporate development.
"We have decided to actively seek out developing technologies that enable us to remotely and instantaneously change static signage," said Clear Channel Outdoor CEO Paul Meyer. "In parallel, we are determined to create fresh opportunities for advertisers through the aggressive and cost effective
deployment of existing new sign technologies. Michael's entrepreneurial spirit and extensive experience in digital media are a perfect fit for these important tasks."
Clear Channel Outdoor owns signs in airports, malls, street furniture, taxis, billboards and "Spectacolor" signs.
"Technology is changing the fundamentals of the advertising industry; and as society becomes increasingly mobile, Clear Channel Outdoor is positioned to maximize the potential of these technological changes," said Hudes. "We will focus on creating new products that are more flexible and effective in enabling advertisers to deliver more timely and relevant information to consumers."
Hudes will be based in northern California, in the company's Bay Area office.
Prior to joining Clear Channel Outdoor, Hudes was president and chief operating officer of AdSpace Networks, Inc.

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