Transvision network

Transvision network

Maiden is extending its Transvision network of in-station digital screens from six sites, including Edinburgh (pictured), to 10 over the next few months. The outdoor media owner, which has invested more than £4m in Transvision, will switch on new screens in London's King's Cross station, Leeds and Birmingham, by February 2004. David Pugh, managing director of Maiden Outdoor, said: "The King's Cross screen will bring Maiden's London network up to six screens with all points of the compass covered. We're starting to achieve a book-ends effect, reaching people at the beginning and end of their journeys."

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