News in brief Ocean Outdoor has broadcast a fashion show by designer and human rights campaigner Louise Xin across large format advertising screens in six European countries. The 10-minute broadcast happened simultaneously across digital out-of-home screens in busy retail locations in Amsterdam, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Helsinki, London, Oslo and Rotterdam on 2 September (pictured, main… Continue reading Ocean Outdoor broadcasts sustainable fashion show in six countries
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