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Amtrak taps Titan for NEC ad rights

Posted on December 21, 2011

Titan won the exclusive rights to sell Amtrak's media from New York to Washington, D.C. The new contract begins in January 2012.

The Amtrak footprint includes station dominations in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station, Penn Station in Baltimore, 30th Street Station Philadelphia and Penn Station in New York City. In addition to those main hubs, there are more than 40 other stations with Amtrak media that Titan will now also market for Amtrak.

The new Amtrak hubs complement Titan's existing Northeast corridor properties, which include the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, Port Authority Transit Corp. and New Jersey Transit. Together, these assets give Titan dominance in the region. Titan will run the business out of its New York and Philadelphia offices.

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