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Shaun Gregory raises £60,000 for the NSPCC and Childline

Exterion Media’s CEO raises an enormous £60,000 for the NSPCC and Childline

27/04/2017

Last Sunday Exterion Media’s CEO, Shaun Gregory, completed this year’s the London Marathon and celebrated raising a staggering £60,000 for the NSPCC and Childline.

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Cancer Research UK teams up with Hello London to celebrate inspirational Race for Life moments

24/04/2017

Hello London, the media partnership formed by Transport for London (TfL) and Exterion Media, has unveiled Cancer Research UK’s innovative advertising campaign on the Tube network to raise awareness and support for this year’s Race for Life events around the UK.

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Exterion Media's Dave King and Shaun Gregory talk transforming into a data-led Digital Media Company

03/04/2017

Last week, our UKMD, Dave King and CEO, Shaun Gregory caught up with Elliott Haworth of City AM to discuss our ongoing journey become a Digital Media Company powered by data. We’re going through an exciting transition - changing the way we work from the inside out, making smarter use of data to understand our audiences better and engage with them more effectively through our media.

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Our UKMD, Dave King, caught up with the Guardian following the Guardian Changing Media Summit event to talk partnerships

20/03/2017

Our UKMD, Dave King, caught up with The Guardian following The Guardian Changing Media Summit event to share his thoughts on our ground-breaking new partnership with TfL and new media proposition, Hello London.

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SPT busy Glasgow Subway train Exterion Media announced as new media partner

SPT appoints Exterion Media for Glasgow Subway and bus operations advertising contract

16/03/2017

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has announced Exterion Media, Europe’s largest privately owned Out-of-Home (OOH) advertising business, as its media partner for the Glasgow Subway and Glasgow bus operations. The deal signals an exciting new period of growth for Glasgow transport systems, with Exterion Media being the largest transport media owner in the UK.

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National Apprenticeship Week

Exterion Media Celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

08/03/2017

This week Exterion Media is celebrating the 10th anniversary of National Apprenticeship Week - and the first year of our own Apprenticeship Programme.

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Shaun Gregory is running the London Marathon

Exterion Media challenges CEO, Shaun Gregory, to run the London Marathon for the NSPCC and Childline

06/03/2017

We’ve challenged our CEO, Shaun Gregory, to run the London Marathon - and to make it even more difficult we’ve set up a moneygiving page where he has to raise £25,000 for the NSPCC and Childline.

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Data and new Technologies Transport

Using data to drive economic growth

24/02/2017

Data gathering and commercialisation of transport networks key to the growth of UK cities
By Jason Cotterrell, Group Development Director at Exterion Media

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Kids Wrapped Bus Glasgow

Glasgow voted friendliest city in UK - Exterion Media and First Glasgow celebrate by wrapping city bus with a design by 10 year old, Isla Thoms

07/02/2017

Glasgow has been voted the friendliest city in the UK, according to new research from Exterion Media’s award-winning national consumer panel work.shop.play., which reveals how urbanites feel about different cities across the UK. To further mark the launch of Urbanology, Exterion Media invited primary school pupils from across Glasgow to take part in its Kids’ Wrapped Bus creative competition, launched in partnership with First Glasgow.

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76% say the arts industry needs to represent the diversity of the country

02/02/2017

Research unveiled today by Exterion Media’s award-winning national consumer panel work.shop.play., reveals that 76% of the UK’s urban audience think that the arts industry should be responsible for including and representing the diversity of the country.

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