FAQs

Existing Billboard Site Owners

The 1099 forms will be sent before January 31 each year.
A Change of Landowner form must be completed and accompanied by all necessary documents. Please click here and you will be redirected to our Forms page.
An ACH Direct Deposit must be completed and accompanied by a cancelled check. Please click here and you will be redirected to our Forms page.
Please contact our Operations Manager, Bob Stoller at  bob.stoller@www.ddimedia.net or the Vice President of Real Estate, Tony Mariani at tony.mariani@www.ddimedia.net

For the answers to the following questions please contact our Real Estate Team at (314) 423-5040 (314) 423-5040or send an email to tony.mariani@www.ddimedia.net

  • I have not received my land rent check. How do I check on my payment?
  • My lease is expiring soon who do I talk to about a renewal?
  • I would like to learn about DDI Media purchasing my lease?
  • I have been contacted by another company about purchasing my lease. How do I determine its worth?

Prospective Billboard Site Owners

  • In order for a billboard site to be developed the property must meet all Federal, State and Local regulations. Basic commonalities in all billboard regulations is the property must be commercially or industrially zoned or utilized, the site must comply with a minimum distance requirements from another billboard structure and meet display size and lighting requirements. Spacing, size and lighting requirements differ from state to state, municipality to municipality. If you contact us at  (314) 423-5040  (314) 423-5040 or by e-mail at tony.mariani@www.ddimedia.net we will be able to determine if your property will qualify.
  • Every site is unique so land rent is determined by what the anticipated revenue will be generated from the billboard advertising displays. Please contact us at (314) 423-5040 (314) 423-5040 or by e-mail at tony.mariani@www.ddimedia.net. We will determine a probable value for a billboard on your property should the site meet all permitting qualifications.
Permitting may take several months to achieve. It depends if the site meets the State and Local regulations and if it doesn’t what will have to be done to qualify the site.
Construction of a billboard will normally take 5 – 10 days for completion.
Yes, the structure will have electrical power so it can be illuminated. Power to the structure will be separately metered and the electric cost paid by DDI Media.
DDI Media or DDC Sign will be responsible for the Real Estate Tax or Business License fee directly assessed to the billboard structure.
Yes, DDI Media has comprehensive General Liability and Workers Compensation insurance.