#PrideMatters

#PrideMatters
5 July 2018

On the 7th July, Pride in London will see 40,000+ people parade through central London - no small feat to plan, organise and deliver, I’m sure you’ll agree. I've had the pleasure of attending Pride for the past few years, both as a participant and a spectator, and it's one of best days of the year. The whole of London feels energetic, colourful and alive and it can’t help but bring a smile to my face.  It's a celebration, but it's also a protest, a stand, a demonstration. It's many different things to many different people, but the one thing that it does universally is provide a platform for anyone to tell their story. The theme of this year’s event is, by its design, all inclusive: #PrideMatters.

Cannes Lions – 2018 Round-up

Cannes Lions – 2018 Round-up
4 July 2018

This month saw Clear Channel return to the annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Clear Channel has now sponsored the event for 9 years; the largest annual gathering for the creative and marketing communications, entertainment, design and tech industries.

Lou Stubbings – Out of Home Joining the Dots

Lou Stubbings – Out of Home Joining the Dots
4 July 2018

This month we sat down with Clear Channel’s Creative Director, Lou Stubbings, who having recently returned from the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, talked to us about the famous event, how creativity is flourishing in Out of Home alongside the advancement in digital, and the important discussions that are going on about diversity within the media industry.

timeTo change things for the better

timeTo change things for the better
29 June 2018

Clear Channel UK is committing to supporting the new timeTo Code, aimed at accelerating positive behaviour change in the industry, and will be making it an integral part of our company culture and taking steps to put the code into practice in the coming months.

2018 Outdoor Media Awards winners revealed

2018 Outdoor Media Awards winners revealed
29 June 2018

The winners of the 2018 Outdoor Media Awards have been revealed. O2 picked up the Grand Prix winner last night for their stand-out “Oops!” campaign, winning £100,000 worth of free media space, as well as taking home the Creativity and The People’s Favourite awards.

Clear Channel Outdoor puts Creativity at the heart of activation programme at Cannes Lions 2018

Clear Channel Outdoor puts Creativity  at the heart of activation programme at  Cannes Lions 2018
15 June 2018

Clear Channel Outdoor (CCO), one of the world’s largest outdoor advertising companies, is putting creativity at the heart of its activation programme at this year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, celebrating creative achievement in the medium as proud sponsors of the Outdoor Lions awards and by showcasing the creative and flexible potential of digital out-of-home (DOOH) via Le Grand Screen, its giant digital billboard.

World Oceans Day 2018: Preventing ‘Game Over’ for our Oceans

World Oceans Day 2018:  Preventing ‘Game Over’ for our Oceans
8 June 2018

Clear Channel, one of the UK’s leading Out of Home Media owners have teamed up with gaming for good organisation Playmob and the team behind Dumb Ways to Die to promote Dumb Ways to Kill Oceans to thousands of mall shoppers.

Kerry Stone – making Out of Home accessible

Kerry Stone – making Out of Home accessible
7 June 2018

Senior Business Development Consultant Kerry Stone gives her views on working with SMEs, the importance of Direct sales knowing their patches and delivering all of the Out of Home needs to South Wales’ businesses.

2018 Outdoor Media Awards – Shortlist Announcement

2018 Outdoor Media Awards – Shortlist Announcement
15 May 2018

After receiving a record-breaking number of entries, Clear Channel and Campaign can now reveal the shortlist for the 2018 Outdoor Media Awards.

Sean Rhodes – A Journey Through Delivery

Sean Rhodes – A Journey Through Delivery
11 May 2018

Assistant Operations Manager Sean Rhodes gives us an insight into the workings of the St Helens depot, delivering creativity to the streets in the North West, as well as his journey through the operations team.