Tuesday, December 9, 2014

OAAP 2014 Golf Fellowship and Christmas Party

The Outdoor Advertising Association of the Philippines invites its friends in the advertising industry to join its Golf Fellowship on December 11, 2014.  Tee off is at 7:00 am at the Villamor Golf Club.

Contact Wheng Reyes at 751-0255 and 843-8201 for slots.


Media Outlook 2015

December 16, 2014, Tuesday, 1:30-5:00PM
Fairmont Hotel, Makati Avenue, Makati City

2015 will be an interesting year for the media industry in the Philippines as the ASEAN integration and pre-2016 election fever takes center stage among other developments.

The Media Outlook 2015 will present more than the usual economic forecasts we get from different media groups. Very few forums touch on the topic of marketing communications, particularly trends and forecasts for the coming year. These relevant questions should be addressed - ‘Will TV continue to be the dominant consumer touch point?’ ‘What is the state of out-of-home and billboard advertising? How fast are Filipinos becoming digital? How’s uptake for radio and print media?’

These are just some of the questions that a Panel of Experts will answer and provide information in the Media Briefing.

The Panel of Experts is composed of the following:

1. Gabriel V. Buluran, General Manager, Kantar Media Philippines
2. Lloyd Tronco, Executive Director, PhilCourse
3. Jay Bautista, General Manager, Strategic Consumer and Media Incites, Inc.


1. TV Ratings and Radio Ratings by Gabriel V. Buluran, General Manager of Kantar Media Philippines

I. The state of TV viewing in the Philippines
a. Urban vs Rural viewing
b. Top channels
c. Top Genres
d. Twitter and TV viewing

II. Kantar and KBP radio ratings data
a. Radio listening trends across the country
b. Popular stations
c. Popular genres
d. Impact of mobile technology on listening habits

III. Advertising Expenditure information
a. Value of Philippine advertising in 2014
b. Prospects for 2015
c. Top advertisers
d. Top categories

2. The Outlook for OOH by Mr. Lloyd Tronco, Executive Director of PhilCourse

I. Latest audience measurement information
a. Estimate of OOH’s reach
b. Profile of consumers exposed to OOH
c. Popular OOH executions
d. Latest OOH advertising figures
e. Forecast for 2015

3. Results of the recently completed National Urban Media Insights Study by Jay Bautista, General Manager of Strategic Consumer and Media Incites, Inc.

a. Popular touch points for Filipinos
b. Latest online trend
c. Latest mobile trend
d. Digital and Traditional media (competition vs collaboration)

Discounts and Payment Scheme

PHP 4,000 + VAT inclusive of meals and kit

- Package of 5 Delegates + 1 Free
- 10% Discount to Past Delegates
- 20% Discount to Academe/ Students/ Government

LEARN MORE:  www.fmi.com.ph

Who Should Attend

CMOs, Managing Directors, Advertising/Marketing Managers, Brand Managers, Category Managers, Product Managers, Corporate Communication Managers, Media Planner/Managers, Publishers, Advertising Suppliers, Entrepreneurs, Academics, Students, Government, and those involved in advertising and marketing.

For Sponsorship and Registration

Call: +632 – 896 0639, 896 0637

Fax: +632-890-2101, 896 0637
Email: norelyn@fmi.com.ph
Visit website: www.fmi.com.ph

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

History of OAAP

In the beginning, there was only outdoor advertising

Advertising in the early time were mere message carved in stone plates, and notices printed on walls. It was only the form of advertising then, it was outdoor advertising.

            And outdoor advertising, for time, enjoy this monopoly until print, (newspaper and magazines) and radio technologies were invented and developed. Up the early 1960s in the Philippines, outdoor advertising was regarded as the primary advertising medium, a status reinforced when 15 established outdoor advertising companies organized themselves into one, cohesive, solid voice to form the Outdoor Advertising Association of the Philippines Inc (OAAP) on August 13, 1964. Its purpose was to promote the growth of the outdoor advertising in the Philippines by establishing its own Code of Ethics.

            Fifteen founding members made up of its first aggrupation: ACME Neon Lights, Advertising Associates, Hi-Art Reproduction, House of Racor, Luzon Advertising, Manalang Advertising, Manila Neon Lights, Martin Outdoor, MJ Gonzales & Associates, Modern Advertising, Outdoor Advertising of the Philippines, Lunod & Associates, Sierra Neon, United Neon Lights, and Universal Sales Promotions.

            Outdoor Advertising has gone a long way: From stone and wall carvings, to hand painted billboards, and now to high-tech, large-format photographic print, 3D inflatable, and big screen electronic signages. And then there are the undying, reliable, and colourful neon signs lightning up the city nightlife.

            Only in outdoor advertising can show the signs of the times like no other advertising medium. In one glance, outdoor advertising blends wonderfully past, present and future.

1.      Acme Neon Lights’
2.      Advertising Associates Inc.
3.      HI-Art Reproduction
4.      House of Ractor
5.      Luzon Advertising
6.       Manalang Advertising
7.      Manila Neon Lights
8.      Martin Outdoor
9.      MJ Gonzales & Associates
10.  Modern Advertising
11.  Outdoor Advertising of the Philippines
12.  Lunod & Associates
13.  Sierra Neon
14.  United Neon Lights
15.  Universal Sales Promotions

We envision an association whose members abide by the Code of Ethics in the practice of their profession and guided by the principle of self-regulation, and be the only outdoor advertising association recognized by the advertising industry as well as the government.

We endeavour members to be responsible citizens who practice self-regulation within our industry and who collaborate with the government as we observe public safety, environmental concerns, the rule of law and respect for one another in the practice of our profession vis-a-vis promoting the greater importance of the outdoor media in the service of our advertising industry, our community and our country.

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