Clear Channel announces winners of Clear Channel Compass, a new initiative in partnership with Jamii to create more visibility for Black-owned businesses on UK high streets

Clear Channel UK, one the UK’s leading Out of Home media and infrastructure companies, today announced the winners of Clear Channel Compass, a new long-term initiative designed to empower and support independent Black-owned businesses in the UK through Out of Home advertising in collaboration with Jamii. The ten winners include: Pitt balm, Woke babies, Mr Blackmans, Bespoke Binny, Sock of a kind, Lucocoa, Culture Cardz, HAIRITAGE, The Cricketers, and TRIM-it.  Campaigns of the selected winning businesses will run across Clear Channel’s Adshel Live screens, part of the biggest digital Out of…

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New network of ‘Bee Bus Stops’ springing up in Leicester

A brand-new network of plant-topped Living Roof bus shelters are springing up across Leicester as part of a major programme to replace and revamp the city’s bus shelters. The citywide network of Living Roof and solar-powered shelters will be a first for any UK city and is just one of the many steps being taken by Leicester City Council to respond to the climate emergency.  Clear Channel’s Living Roofs, affectionally nicknamed ‘Bee Bus Stops’, are planted with a mix of wildflowers and Sedum plants; a favourite amongst pollinating insects, whose…

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Clear Channel joins forces with Jamii to launch Clear Channel Compass, a new initiative to create more visibility for Black-owned businesses on UK high streets

Clear Channel UK, one the UK’s leading Out of Home media and infrastructure companies, has announced the launch of Clear Channel Compass, a new long-term initiative designed to empower and support independent Black-owned businesses in the UK through Out of Home advertising in collaboration with Jamii. Understanding the challenges that face Black entrepreneurs, with visibility being one of the most vital parts to business success, the scheme will offer free outdoor advertising space to selected businesses and is open to both physical and online Black retailers and service providers. Applications…

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Clear Channel teams up with Cephas Williams and Mind on ‘The World I Want To See’ campaign

One year on from the murder of George Floyd, eight Black boys write an open letter to their older selves detailing the world they want to see. Clear Channel has teamed up with Cephas Williams and Mind in Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow (HFEH) one year on from the murder of George Floyd to promote a message of hope from Black boys in the community. ‘The World I Want to See’ is a collection of letters from and portraits of Black boys in London published one year on from the…

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Clear Channel launches Pride campaign showcasing personal messages of pride

Clear Channel Europe has launched its European campaign #IAmProud celebrating Pride 2021 in the UK. Throughout this June’s Pride month and beyond, Clear Channel will be displaying messages of hope, connection and pride across OOH screens in seven European countries, including the UK.  The aim of this year’s campaign is to challenge people to think about what makes them feel connected and proud, as so many people have been separated from friends, loved ones and supportive communities during the pandemic. The campaign was initiated and brought to life by Clear…

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