Clear Channel to modernize digital display network at Nashville International

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The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) has awarded Clear Channel Airports (CCA) a 10-year contract to provide state-of-the-art digital media for Nashville International Airport in Tennessee.

As part of the new agreement, CCA will install an entirely new digital advertising network at the airport including 58 dynamic digital displays; four video walls in key locations; an architecturally integrated baggage claim LCD network with enhanced baggage information display screens; four digital directories; custom designed free charging units; and digital reservation centers highlighting music venues in the Nashville area.

John Moyer, senior vice president, business development, Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, said, “We are very proud to extend and deepen our relationship with the MNAA as they continue to foster the brand innovation and creativity passengers have come to expect while traveling through the airport. With a booming cultural scene, unprecedented business growth and leading universities, Nashville offers advertisers the opportunity to reach an impressively broad audience by immersing travelers in an interactive, state of the art airport media experience.”

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