Billboard Advertising - New York

Established in the early 1980's, MediaLease OOH is the original New York, NY one stop shopping billboard advertising company, offering all types of traditional Out of Home advertising/media, to include Billboards, Interior & Exterior Rail & Bus Advertising, Bus Shelter Advertising, Mall Advertising & all Digital OOH formats to include Digital Billboards - Poster and Bulletins, Digital Bus Shelters and Digital Exterior Bus Advertising.

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Market Profile
Times Square, the most bustling square of New York, is known for its many Broadway theatres, cinemas and super signs. Times Square has become a focal point for tourists from all over the world and is renowned for its spectacular digital advertisements that line the main corridors along Broadway and Seventh Avenue. With approximately 47 million tourists yearly, New York City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. More than 100 million passengers pass through the gates of three airports serving New York City.

As a center for commerce and business New York is one of the three “world cities” along with Tokyo and London that control the world finance. Clothing, chemicals, metal products and processed foods are some of the principal manufactures. The city is also a major center of television broadcasting, book publishing, advertising, and other facets of mass communication.



The state of New Jersey is ranked #2 in per capita personal income in the U.S., and many NJ TRANSIT customers have household incomes greater than $100,000 annually. New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country, which means New Jersey outdoor advertising is a great way to reach the masses with your message. With a population density of 1,181 people per square mile, New Jersey overwhelmingly exceeds the national average of 86 people per square mile by 14 times. The New York City’s public school system is the largest in the world, and New York is home to some of the most important libraries, universities, and research centers in the world. The city is particularly known as a global center for research in medicine and the life sciences.

New York is home to several major league sports teams, including New York Mets, New York Yankees, (baseball), New York Giants, New York Jets (football), Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks (basketball), New York Islanders, New York Rangers, (hockey), New York Red Bulls (soccer), New York Liberty (women’s basketball). More than 15 major interstates are situated within the Metropolitan Area, including I-78, I 80, I 84, I 87, I 95, I-195, I-278, I-278, I-280, I-287, I-295, I-478, I-495, I-678, I-684, I-895. Average commute time, per person, per day is more than 1 ½ hours.

Transportation within the metropolitan area is made easier by commuter rail, subways, metro-buses, a fleet of more than 50,000 taxis and for-hire vehicles. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is North America's largest transportation network, serving a population of 15.1 million people in the 5,000-square-mile area fanning out from New York City through Long Island, southeastern New York State, and Connecticut. MTA subways, buses, and railroads provide 2.62 billion trips each year to New Yorkers – the equivalent of about one in every three users of mass transit in the United States and two-thirds of the nation's rail riders. MTA bridges and tunnels carry more than 280 million vehicles a year – more than any bridge and tunnel authority in the nation. MTA customers travel on America's largest bus fleet and on more subway and rail cars than all the rest of the country's subways and commuter railroads combined.

New Jersey Transit to the west of city core, is the nation's largest statewide public transportation system, and the third largest provider of Bus, Rail, and Light Rail services. Daily, NJ TRANSIT makes over 895,450 trips on 236 bus routes, 11 commuter rail lines, and 3 light rail lines including River LINE. NJ TRANSIT links major points in New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia, serving 162 rail stations, 60 light rail stations, and 20,000 bus stops. 559,950 people travel on the NJ Transit bus system each.