Regulations

Off-Year Election: What Does It Mean for OOH?

By Ken Klein, OAAA Executive Vice President, Government Affairs   The off-year election (Nov. 7) was good […]

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Pasco Florida Approves New Digital Billboards

tbo.com reports that the Pasco County Florida commissioners have approved a Clear Channel proposal to […]

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Clark County Transit Agency Removes Ads

The Columbian reports that the Clark County, Washington transit agency C-Tran has voted to terminate a contract […]

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Rothfelder on how to challenge license fees.

Sometimes you can fight city hall.  Richard Rothfelder has written a case study about how […]

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Sao Paulo Reintroducing Billboards

Insider couldn’t help noticing an AdAge article titled Sao Paulo’s Ingenious Move For Return of […]

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NY Judge Sides With Billboard Company On $600K in Fines

The New York Post reports on OTR Media, a New York based Outdoor Advertising company, […]

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Industry Can Be Optimistic About New FHWA Director

From Michael St. Clair, Executive Director & Lobbyist, Iowa Outdoor Advertising Association and with permission […]

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Activist Sues To Stop Detroit Wallscapes

Activist Robert Davis has filed a lawsuit to stop wallscapes in Detroit.  The suit alleges […]

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Regulatory Roundup – October 27th

Revere, MA is setting up a subcommittee to review the city ordinances for billboards. The […]

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Executive Order 13771

One of the overlooked stories of the Trump Administration has been the absence of regulatory […]

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