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Broadsign rebrands programmatic DOOH portfolio

Québec, Canada Out-of-home (OOH) ad tech company Broadsign rebrands Campsite DOOH demand-side platform (DSP) as Broadsign Ads, extends platform to support new regional markets. 

The pDOOH-specialty demand side platform (DSP) helps agencies and brands plan and execute impactful DOOH campaigns with a streamlined workflow that resembles online and mobile DSPs. 

Broadsign has been working with a number of early adopter agencies and brands throughout the U.S. and Australia to launch campaigns via Broadsign Ads in each market. With the Broadsign Ads rebrand and geographic expansion, media buyers in the U.S. and Australia can now access the platform’s intuitive, powerful campaign workflows, which helped pave the way for pDOOH in Canada. Platform advantages include: 

John Dolan, VP and global head of Media Sales at Broadsign, said, “Between increasing consumer screen fatigue and the target on the cookie’s back, DOOH is approaching a new era of growth. Broadsign fAds makes DOOH ad buying more transparent and as accessible as online and mobile. It combines the core functionality of Campsite with Broadsign best practices and technology.” 

Moreover, Dolan shares that the rebrand of Broadsign Ads and its expansion into the U.S. and Australia represents a crucial next step in DOOH’s evolution, enabling new and seasoned digital marketing agencies, brands, and local businesses to realise the full potential of OOH.