Metro okays advertising contract
Metro's board of directors voted Thursday to approve a new three-year advertising contract with firm CSB Outdoor that is expected to bring in $15 million a year in net revenue.
The contract, which also has four one-year options, represents a shrinking advertising market for Metro and was challenged by some board members for lacking innovation.
"This really isn't acceptable," said Christopher Zimmerman, who pressed for limiting the contract to a one-year extension because of the currently depressed advertising market.
-- Ann Scott Tyson
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