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In December 2017, Ströer put the 500th Infoscreen system into operation in Cologne. Ströer now has a total of around 4,500 digital screens in Germany, including a public video network in the largest underground and suburban railway stations, mainline stations and shopping centres. With the public vi
In keeping with the times! We reach your target group at high-frequency touchpoints. Our screens are located on streets, inside railway stations and shopping centres, at the point-of-sale or on the underground. We show up-to-date contents concurrently on our numerous screens: News, lifestyle topics,
The Ströer Group is enlarging its digital outdoor advertising portfolio to include shopping centers. With the acquisition of ECE flatmedia GmbH, a ECE subsidiary and leading provider of digital brand communication and sales promotion in shopping centers, Ströer enhances its commitment in the field o
Infoscreen, the digital big screen at high-traffic underground and suburban railway stations, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. On February 15, 1994, the first screen went live at the Odeonsplatz underground station in Munich. This marked the first use of digital out-of-home advertising in German
With her project "Embassy of Trees", artist Ellen Bornkessel brings the forest into Cologne's Neumarkt underground station. Ellen Bornkessel founded the ‘Embassy of Trees’ in 2018 as a diplomatic representation of the forest in the urban world. To this end, she uses public space and allows photo ins
The Ströer Group is bundling its proprietary digital public video network with immediate effect and linking its playout system to a Ströer online ad server. As a result, both OC Station and OC Mall are being renamed Station Video and Mall Video. Together with Infoscreen and AdWalk, they will form St
Cologne-based photo artist Pia Hertel doesn't let closed galleries stop her from exhibiting her work. Without further ado, she joined forces with outdoor advertiser Ströer to turn Cologne Central Station into a public gallery. 25 Ströer billboards in the main station were turned into giant picture f