Digital Billboards

Features and Benefits of Digital Billboards

High Frequency
  • Your content will be displayed for ten seconds, over 1,200 times each day.
  • Start a dialogue, create anticipation, customize programs, stay connected and build ongoing relationships with the consumer.
  • Digital billboards eliminate printing costs and shorten lead times.
High-traffic Locations
  • Optimize distribution, circulation and visibility of your campaign
Latest technology
  • Newest display technology offers the best color definition and image quality – day and night. It has the ability to utilize RSS feeds.
Fast Turnaround
  • We are able to schedule art in advance to change messages any way you’d like. We can also post most designs the same day they are received.

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A sample of Digital billboard advertising in St Louis, Missouri

Creative LED Design and Excellent Customer Service – Exclusively From DDI Media

img_1653DDI Media offers the latest in state-of-the-art digital (LED) billboard technology that provides bright, bold, crystal clear images of our advertisers’ messages throughout the Greater St. Louis area.

The advent of this technology to outdoor advertising has opened a new realm of creative possibilities to our client partners and our community. Digital billboards are a powerful medium that allows advertisers to reach a large number of targeted, yet geographically diverse consumers quickly and efficiently. The medium allows savvy marketers the unparalleled ability to change their advertising messages, providing the advertiser an unlimited quantity of messages, and the ability to target messages to specific day parts.

The ability to change the advertising message also makes them key partners with law enforcement agencies such as the FBI, Crime Stoppers, “Amber Alerts” through the Center for Missing & Exploited Children, and local weather alerts through the National Weather Service.