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One City launches its digital media network platform in Nigeria

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One City, a Nigerian information technology start up, has announced the launch of its digital media network platform to help Businesses, Individuals, NGOs and Government Agencies reach their audience on the street level.

One City has set out to deliver Digital Ad messages via HD Screens on Uber/Bolt and Cab Platforms.

One City screens provides cost effective advertisement to Small, Medium and Large Enterprises to reach street level consumers. One City offers other various features such as Geo targeted Ads, Specific Timed campaigns, Ad feedback analytics reports the estimated reach, impressions and hours of exposure. With these figures brands measure Ad metrics and estimate campaign performance. One City also provides creative services to businesses that requires digital Ad content.

One City patented tech screens are designed in Nigeria and assembled in China. With the capacity to roll out over 1,000 screens over the next few months in various cities, and generate over 10 million impressions per month on the platform, One City is the leading digital media network platform in Africa.

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