Captivate Network Sets New Standard for Advertiser

Captivate's new design and measurement services provide brand managers, strategic planners and media buyers with channel for reaching "spend-ready" consumers during the work day.

Guided by custom PQ Media market research findings, Captivate Network added the new services to its established foothold in digital screen networks, providing advertisers with a complete range of options for engaging consumers during the 33 percent of the day when they're consuming media outside their homes.

The company's network of over 8,900 digital screens reaches an audience of nearly three million daily viewers in nearly 1,000 North American office towers and are in 15 of the top 20 major metro areas.

 


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