March 5, 2012
As the deadline to authorize a transportation bill by March 31 approaches, these advertisements will "dominate" WMATA Metrorail stations that serve the U.S. Capitol Building and House and Senate Office Buildings.
February 13, 2012
The radio spot is narrated by political satirist Will Durst who reminds Californians about the importance of having vision, creating jobs and building "something momentous for our future generation."
September 8, 2010
The city recently suspended a policy banning firearms in advertisements on public transportation. The poster promotes the 25th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference in Burlingame, south of San Francisco.
August 10, 2010
The controversial ad was designed, paid for, and presented to the MTA a month ago, but the MTA refused to approve the campaign, so the ad's sponsors filed suit.
February 12, 2010
The Metro board of directors amended the agency advertising policy to permit sales of vehicle wraps, vehicle floor decals, station wraps and station display case advertising in July 2009.
February 9, 2010
Company also agency of record for the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) and Denton County Transportation Authority.
December 10, 2009
Under the terms of the print agreement, CTA is guaranteed a minimum of $80 million or 62.5 percent to 63.5 percent of net advertising receipts, whichever is greater, from print advertising over the next five years.
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