Sony promotes Chris Brown album on CBS Outdoor's digital screens

LONDON - Sony Music has launched a campaign to promote the new music release by Chris Brown, using CBS Outdoor digital screens.

Chris Brown's Graffiti: being promoted by Sony on CBS Outdoor's digital screens
Chris Brown's Graffiti: being promoted by Sony on CBS Outdoor's digital screens

The campaign also uses loudspeakers playing tracks from the album at the Westfield London shopping centre.

This is the first activity to combine audio with digital advertising at Westfield London.

For two weeks from today (30 November), every hour on the hour three tracks from the new album, called Graffiti, will be played across Westfield's sound system while the ad for the album plays on CBS's large screen in the atrium of the centre.

A spokesman from CBS Outdoor said the activity, planned by MG OMD and booked through Posterscope, aims to raise awareness of the album and encourage the 900,000 visitors who travel through the centre every fortnight to buy a copy.

Other activity to support the album includes other outdoor media, TV ads and online.

 

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