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Clear Channel Singapore Celebrates The Best Of Out-Of-Home With OOHPIA 2014

by Debbie Wong | Aug 08, 2014


6th August 2014, Clear Channel Singapore held its 9th Out-Of-Home Planning & Innovation Awards at Zouk.  

June 2014, close to 200 out of 600 campaigns between March 2013 to March 2014 were being shortlisted for the first round of voting under four categories; Best Use of Multiple Clear Channel Formats, Best Delivery of Create, Best Use of Digital In Out-Of-Home (Play) and My Favourite Poster. After two intensive rounds of voting, the top 5 campaigns from each category were sent to a panel of judges for a final round of rating.





The judges were:
  1. Mr A S Anam, Creative Director for J. Walter Thompson Singapore
  2. Ms Chloe Neo, Managing Partner for OMD Singapore
  3. Ms Kelly Khoo, CEO for Clear Channel Singapore
  4. Mr Ng Peng Hui, General Manager for Warner Brothers Singapore
  5. Ms Pat Lim, Managing Director for IPG Mediabrands
  6. Ms Vivian Yeung, General Manager for Mediacom Singapore
  7. Mr Wayne Goh, Chief Operating Officer for Goh Joo Hin

OOHPIA 2014 Winners:

Best Use of Multiple Clear Channel Formats
Company: H&M
Campaign: H&M New Outlets
Media Agency: OMD

Best Delivery of Create

Company: Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Campaign: River Safari
Media Agency: ZenithOptimedia

Best Use of Digital in Out-Of-Home (Play)
Company: McDonald’s Singapore
Campaign: McDonald’s National Breakfast Day
Media Agency: OMD
Creative Agency: DDB Worldwide

My Favourite Poster

Company: Unilever Singapore
Campaign: Magnum Pink or Black
Media Agency: Mindshare

The coveted award for the finest campaign that best made use of the Out-Of-Home medium, The Campaign of The Year, was awarded to Wildlife Reserves Singapore for their River Safari Campaign.

The Campaign of The Year
Company: Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Campaign: River Safari
Media Agency: ZenithOptimedia

Celebrity comedian, Pam Oei, was the host of the event as she welcomed the 300-crowd strong audience from agencies, clients and partners with a short stand up performance followed by a series of fun and engaging challenges put up by the Clear Channel Team where guests were awarded for each win.

Recently appointed Chief Executive Officer of Clear Channel Singapore, Kelly Khoo, took to the stage with rip-roaring applause, and kicked off the evening proper, by toasting the audience.

“Our success in the business is contributed by the unwavering support and friendship of our partners in the industry, of which a great number is here this evening. Our partners can continue to count on us to deliver on our hallmark customer-centric approach: forward-thinking and fulfilling promises.”

“In the next couple of weeks, we are rolling out more network options (ProxPax), and mobile-enabled shelters islandwide (Connect). We do what we do best: providing the necessary conduit for brands to meet people.”

Pam Oei continued to entertain the crowd through the evening with her funny antics and a Mambo Jambo-inspired performance at the end of the event.

Clear Channel Singapore showcased the best of Create portfolio and the latest technology available for Out-Of-Home campaigns; an Insta-Printa photo printer that allowed guests to print photos uploaded on their Instagram accounts with the ‘OOHPIA2014’ hashtag , an interactive Neublick photobooth and mirror wall that allowed guests to express their creativity, and an Augmented Reality (AR) enabled poster of The Dim Sum Dollies that allowed guests to win a pair of ticket for the upcoming show by watching a short video through their smartphone via the mobile app ‘Marc’.

A round of live voting for My Favourite Poster category was carried out through Clear Channel’s Connect mobile platform, where guests were encouraged to cast their vote by tapping or scanning the NFC/QR code enabled tags with their smartphone positioned next to each of the five posters. These votes made up 30% of the final score. 

Clear Channel Singapore’s Out-Of-Home Planning & Innovation Awards (OOHPIA) 2014 was sponsored by D.Ink, Kinetic Worldwide and NPE Print Communications, with technology partners Instaprinter, Neublick and Qryptal, and venue partner Zouk.

About Clear Channel Singapore (CCS)
Every day, Clear Channel Singapore provides 100 million opportunities for brands to meet people.

In 2001, Clear Channel Singapore was awarded the world’s largest street furniture contact to Design Build and Operate (DBO) 3,200 bus and taxi shelters for a 20 year period by the Land Transport Authority. With 80% of all bus shelters in Singapore, our second-to-none island wide coverage offers a variety of activation opportunities through six different media formats.

About Clear Channel International (CCI)
CCI works with advertisers to create inspiring out-of-home advertising campaigns, enabling brands to meet and engage people when they're out and about in more than 30 countries across Europe, the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America. The company has a growing portfolio, which is currently made up of over half a million displays, which span traditional and digital formats on roadside billboards, street furniture and in retail, point of sale, airport, transit and lifestyle environments. It employs over 5,000 people and, in 2011, its reported revenue was $1,667m.

CCI is part of Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc (CCO), the world’s leading out-of-home advertising company with operations in more than 40 countries. CCO is, in turn, 89% owned by Clear Channel Communications, Inc., the global media and entertainment company. The remaining 11% of CCO is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.


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