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Clear Channel Outdoor Readies Digital Media Makeover at Accenture Tower Commuter Portal

Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, the sole media provider for business and community partner messaging via the 500 W. Madison atrium and portal access to Metra’s Ogilvie Transportation Center, said Friday it had neared completion on a digital media makeover of the city’s commuter hub.

Set for completion in April, the digital media makeover includes 42 digital displays in Accenture Tower—500 W. Madison, Chicago’s largest commuter portal connecting to one of the busiest rail stations in North America.

“Brands and nonprofits alike are tapping into the power of digital transit media in meaningful and measurable ways and this new media allows them to drive audience engagement with dynamic creative which they can see, touch and share on social media,” said Chris Pezzello, president, Clear Channel Outdoor – Chicago.


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