Alex Chu of the Dim Sum Truck and Myko Lin of FiveFour Clothing

Some cool Network advertising images:

Alex Chu of the Dim Sum Truck and Myko Lin of FiveFour Clothing
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Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
Network advertising
Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

Signs and Signals – St Loy’s Road
Network advertising
Image by Alan Stanton
Clutter of signs and hoardings on the corner of St Loy’s Road and High Road Tottenham.

Sometimes I cynically wonder if discussion of buildings and architecture makes much sense in poorer city areas – as many of the most prominent structures are billboards.

The largest billboard on this corner is owned by JCDecaux, who are crystal clear about their aims.

Here’s a quote from their website. (Re-checked 18 September 2010).
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Billboards
The most noticeable networks
delivering standout and coverage

JCDecaux’s billboard network has the most illumination, greater POSTAR noticability and higher audience delivery. A huge investment programme in this growing sector means our sites are always best maintained and utilise the latest technology for unmissable displays 24/7.

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But is that what we want for our cities and towns? Proliferation of ever larger more prominent billboards? They used to be just paper. Lighting was added. Then many became boxes with internal lighting and revolving slats which continually changed poster. The light-boxes began shining outwards. And the newest signs have animation. And all these ‘improvements’ need gantries which extend over adjacent property and often over the public highway.

No doubt, the billboard companies would claim that the none of this requires fresh planning permission.

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