Show+Tell (S+T) today announced the re-branding of its digital out-of-home media services, including its new website – www.showandtell.com/
The new site is focused on the company’s digital out-of-home (DOOH) media offering for brands, agencies, networks and technology providers.
With deep roots in the digital signage industry, S+T has been offering a variety of creative services exclusively for this space for more than 10 years, its creative studio for example designs, directs, produces, and optimizes DOOH content for a variety of venues and brands.
Philip Lenger, President and Founder of Show+Tell told us “Many marketers increasingly realize the value of the digital out-of-home space, but at the same time are hesitant to navigate the medium’s complexities. We can simplify DOOH media production for agencies and brands, thanks to our unique insight and history with digital signage”
This week you will be able to catch Phil Lenger at Digital Signage Expo 2009 in Las Vegas – he will be presenting “How to Develop a Great Creative Strategy” during the Content Day on Tuesday, February 24th at 2:30pm.
He added “We understand that it is unlike other media and we know how to navigate DOOH’s technical and production nuances, while helping creatives exploit the customized opportunities inherent in the medium.”
Show+Tell (S+T) is the leading digital out-of-home (DOOH) media production resource for creative agencies. Its efficiencies allow clients to easily unleash the potential of this highly targeted and effective medium. S+T’s unique insight enables the firm to easily adapt campaigns to a variety of formats, across multiple digital networks. As a result, the digital out-of-home content is customized across countless venues, ensuring the greatest impact on the client’s audience. Based in New York City, S+T has partnered with many agencies and brands to design, direct and produce a variety of DOOH content for leading brands including ABC, Babies “R” Us, Coca-Cola, DreamWorks, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, LG, M&Ms, Siemens, Target, and Toys “R” Us, among others.