JCDecaux launches 48 real-time Digital Citylights in Brisbane

JCDecaux announces the launch of 48 Digital Citylights in Brisbane, providing real-time messages.

28 March 2017

JCDecaux launches 48-strong network of Digital Citylights in Brisbane offering real-time messaging for advertisers

The world’s largest out-of-home company, JCDecaux today launches its world class, premium Digital Citylights network in Brisbane.

A total of 48 of the best existing JCDecaux CityCycle locations will switch over to digital across Brisbane’s CBD, South Bank, Fortitude Valley and Spring Hill from today.

In addition to JCDecaux’s existing digital footprint across the metro stations of Queensland Rail, the new roll-out takes the company’s digital network to 70+ Digital Citylights, reaching an enviable 82%* of Brisbane’s pedestrian audience in just one campaign week.

These Digital Citylights will light up the Brisbane CBD and beyond with 84 inch high definition, fully connected screens and dynamic content delivery.

The digital expansion in Brisbane is part of JCDecaux’s commitment to building smart city infrastructure across Australia.

“The Digital Citylights panels are a broadcast, targeted, dynamic medium capable of real-time responsive messaging. Our advertising partners will benefit from greater campaign impact, as we combine the prime locations and inner city dominance of JCDecaux’s network with a format capable of powerful, dynamic messaging,” JCDecaux National Sales Director Oliver Newton said.

Brisbane’s Digital Citylights will only feature in premium locations, pinpointed to deliver high pedestrian locations with high dwell time to create the right engagement opportunities.

“We have sought out the very best in Brisbane to ensure the right audiences are reached in the most valuable precincts. Our locations are meticulously chosen to deliver the most powerful digital solution for advertisers in Australia, with high impact panels among the right audiences. Brisbane is an important next step in our digital expansion,“ Newton said.

The Brisbane Digital Citylights complement the 65 panels launched in Sydney in May last year, with more expansion and Australian-first innovation to follow imminently .

Source: * MOVE data 2016

Source: Media release


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