WOW Media delivers the crisp definition of in-home quality content to out-of-home media audiences in the high-traffic locations brands crave. Our signs are strategically located on the freeways and avenues leading to Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Santa Monica, and Malibu in a digital billboard advertising desert. WOW’s elegant, full-motion immersive LED digital billboards, which are the crown jewel of the entertainment capital of the world, beam bigger, bolder, and brighter content than even New York’s historic Times Square signs. Discerning brands create custom digital billboard content that produces immediate and long-lasting impressions through digital billboard advertising in Los Angeles. Our outdoor digital billboards are twice as large as typical freeway billboards—and one thousand times sexier.
WOW Media partnered with Neuro-Insight, a neuromarketing and neuroanalytics company pioneering the link between brain activity and consumer behavior, to help brands and advertisers understand the effectiveness of the fast-growing display digital billboard medium in relation to out-of-home advertising (OOH). In a first-of-its-kind study in digital billboard advertising conducted in the US, results indicated that center-read, full-motion digital billboards are 5.8x more effective than traditional static roadside outdoor advertising.Learn Why
Brilliant colors powered by more than 500 times the pixels in a 4K television, WOW’s freeway digital billboards deliver unprecedented clarity and size for out-of-home advertising by creating a titillating IMAX-style viewing experience. We bring outdoor interactive digital billboards to life at a scale that dwarfs typical freeway digital billboards.Learn More
Full-motion video campaigns deliver the technology of tomorrow. They provide 2.5x greater impact on consumers through out-of-home advertising (OOH) than static content while delighting viewers with previously unattainable broadcast-quality visual content through interactive digital billboard media.Learn More
OFF THE FREEWAY
TO SOFI STADIUM
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD
( 14’ X 48’ ALSO AVAILABLE )
You’ll see WOW’s collection of digital billboards outside SoFi Stadium, on the way to LAX, and at the KIA Forum. SoFi Stadium boasts 70,240 seats for sports and entertainment events. WOW has cornered the market on out-of-home advertising with digital billboards in Los Angeles’ burgeoning sports and entertainment mecca while surrounding Los Angeles International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the U.S. with more than 80 million annual travelers.Learn More
World’s 3rd busiest airport. 89 million annual passengers. LAX’s terminals are immediately west of WOW Media’s Full-Motion Digital Billboards.Learn More
#3 busiest concert venue in the US. The Forum is immediately west of WOW Media’s Full-Motion Digital Billboards. Capacity: 17,800Learn More
Intuit Dome, the new home of the LA Clippers, will open for the 2024-25 season, near WOW Media’s Full-Motion Digital Billboards. •The Complex will also include 71,000 sq. ft. of LA Clippers office space, 63,000 sq. ft. of retail and dining, and a limited-service hotel •Fixed-seat capacity of 18,000 (expandable to 18,500) •Will also host high-profile concerts and other non-LA Clippers sporting events throughout the yearLearn More
Offering a sophisticated suite of interactive features, the WOW digital billboard platform enables brands and audiences to connect in innovative and immersive ways.LEARN MORE
Study Reveals Center Read, Full-Motion Billboards 5.8x More Effective Than Static OOH LOS ANGELES — With DOOH advertising projected to reach $58B by 2031, WOW Media, a full-motion digital...
WOW Media is a Los Angeles-based OOH business with superb signage in some of La La Land’s most visited and iconic locations.
The thrill of a well-loved SoCal institution paying a photo-fun and flavorful homage to another major source of local pride is a real one, but it isn't something that occurs as often as we'd like. ...
WOW Media represents many of the most revered brands in the world
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