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a fitting at the bow of a vessel for securing an anchor
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For those who are new to billboards or just considering adding them to their advertising arsenal, the first thing to understand is the way the billboard companies usually work.
Leveraging Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter's status as flagship news outlets in their respective spaces, Adapt Studios will offer advertisers unique access to an intensively targeted demographic of energetic, engaged fans.
The Global and Chinese LED Billboard Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global LED billboard industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
so it can convert a traditional static-face billboard it has at 28 Garden St.
If approved, it would be included in the billboard ordinance now being drafted by the city.
In most situations, digital billboards will simply take the place of an already existing print billboard.
34th Street, many billboards built after 1979--including those on the heavily trafficked Long Island Expressway--are to be drastically altered or torn down.
A representative from Eller Media, one of the largest billboard companies in the world, called the advertising agency that had created the messages and offered to run the billboards nationwide at its own expense
These could eventually eliminate a need for billboard warnings.
These are referred to in billboard parlance as conforming billboards" because they conform to the federal transportation code.
3 billion-a-year billboard industry, rightly known as one of Washington's inside racktes.
and audiences around the world, today announced the roster of sponsors lined up for "The Billboard Latin Music Awards Presented by State Farm", the network's highest-rated entertainment special.