VMO’s OTG Outdoor TV Network Adds 70 New Screens

Tristan Cotterill

Continuing its rapid growth in recent years, VMO this week confirmed plans for a further investment in its On-the-go (OTG) Outdoor TV network adding 70 new screens and major upgrades in the next four weeks.

Anthony Deeble, HOYTS Group Chief Commercial Officer told us “I’m proud to announce these exciting, new enhancements to our On-the-go network. The significant growth and changing face of the convenience and impulse retail sector in Australia presents a great opportunity for owner operators and advertisers alike which is why we’re investing in high-quality, new-generation screen tech to engage audiences and leave a lasting impression.”

The fast-paced expansion has already commenced with the recent unveiling of large 22-inch screens on bowsers at BP Randwick, one of Sydney’s busiest petro and convenience locations in the eastern suburbs.

The expansion will see the addition of the newly built BP Clovelly, along with an impressive slate of enhancements planned for Surry Hills, Bondi and Manly locations. VMO has also secured new locations in Victoria, Queensland and WA that are scheduled for mid-July completion.

Paul Butler, Managing Director VMO said “Recent studies have validated the OTG network’s ability to deliver 43% unduplicated reach when bought in conjunction with FTA TV and brands are leveraging this as a quick, easy and cost-effective way to build campaign reach. We know that the average Aussie spends 4 minutes filling up their vehicle, so this is a great way to cut through and deliver your message in a distraction-free environment.”

VMO OTG is Australia’s #1 Outdoor TV network. With over 3,500 screens across 600 locations, the network reaches an audience of over 3.5 million Aussies weekly.

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