Nov. 12, 2012
The Hispanic 3D Ad Network, owned by Los Angeles-based 9D Media, has reached a milestone of delivering 3.7 Million Hispanic Impressions with its network of "glasses-free" 3D digital signage screens, according to a company announcement.
"Particularly exciting is the expansion of the interaction viewers can have with the screens and associated advertisers through their mobile device," 9D Media President Mike Bremner said in the announcement. "This platform will only increase after already generating some great results, allowing advertisers to track results in real time and generate a list to market back to."
In the next few weeks, 9D Media and The Hispanic 3D Ad Network will be launching more interactive viewer/advertiser games on the screens as well as expanding their social media platforms with more viewer and advertiser interaction on the screens, the company said. That will be coupled with global social media initiatives and advertiser interactions that include flying a private jet around the world.
"The great thing is that we are a Hispanic Media Company, not a technology company," Bremner said. "Our creative team can make content for any 3D or 2D screen in the market ... Essentially, we can incorporate any technology into our network that is current with today's technology and adds a benefit to our advertisers."
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