With over 25 years of experience and involvement in the media industry, Trish Guilford has recently been named as the new General Manager of the Out of Home Measurement Council (OMC).
For the last three years, Trish has been consulting and freelancing in addition to being in a partnership with VML South Africa – developing their integrated media offering. She has worked on numerous key clients focusing on writing strategies and implementation over the years, and has been considerably involved in the industry having formerly been a lecturer at both the AAA School of Advertising and Boston Media House. She is a member of the Advertising Media Forum and has previously served on the AMASA (Advertising Media Association of South Africa) committee.
“Out of Home advertising is an exciting industry and I am looking forward to driving the OOH currency to improve accountability and measurability of OOH formats. After so many years in the media industry, I believe that this opportunity will allow me to give back to an industry which has been good to me for over two decades”, Trish said.
In essence, the OMC produces comprehensive research covering the key OOH areas through its valuable Roadside Outdoor Audience Data (ROAD). Explaining the significance of this research, Trish added, “With the current industry research changes, we have a golden opportunity to position OOH as a media type that has robust research and the OOH industry can now be accountable for the impact that the medium brings to a campaign”.
Dave Roberts, the CEO of Primedia Outdoor, strongly gave Trish a vote of confidence, “We look forward to embarking on this journey with Trish in revolutionalising the OOH industry over the coming years and she will undoubtedly play a key role in advising both media owners and media agencies to formulate solid arguments for OOH opportunities to clients”.
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