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  • GSTV seeks “broadcaSTAR”

    Tryouts for national host will be held Saturday

    Tell a joke, recount a thrilling sports moment, spread some celebrity gossip or demonstrate a high-tech gadget. Just about any 30-second spiel given Saturday at 5th Avenue Billiards, 215 W. Fifth St., could land someone a job as the first digital out-of-home media star with an instant 30 million viewers provided by Gas

  • Gas Station TV Look To Create Digital Signage Celebrity

    • aka.tv

    Gas Station TV, the digital out-of-home specialist, has launched a search for the face of its GSTV Network. The “Gas Station TV’s Wanna Be A BroadcaSTAR contest will find and award one US resident with a hosting position on a recurring national broadcast lifestyle segment and a cash prize of

  • Gas Station TV Launches “STAR”

    Aspiring personalities submit auditions online at www.beabroadcastar.com until May 4. GSTV viewers cast their votes between May 12 to June 30.

    • Mediaweek

    Reality TV is about to hit the gas pump. Gas Station TV, seen on more than 5,000 screens on gas pumps in many of the nation’s largest markets, announced the launch of Gas Station TV’s Wanna Be A BroadcaSTAR, an American Idol-like search for the face of its network. The

  • Gas Station TV Launches Search for National Broadcast TV Star

    Competition pits contestants against each other to find the face of GSTV

    Gas Station TV, the industry leader in away-from-home television, today launches the search for the face of the GSTV Network. The “Gas Station TV’s Wanna Be A BroadcaSTAR contest will find and award one U.S. resident with a hosting position on a recurring national broadcast lifestyle segment and a cash

  • Digital Signage Promises Simple Second Revenue Stream

    Imagine a video medium with no channel changes or skipped commercials, one that requires minimal bandwidth and equipment, and generates revenue. That’s the reality of digital signage–on video monitors in the local Wal-Mart, the doctor’s waiting room, or even on the nearest gas pump. “There is a huge trend of

  • In a Sinking Industry? Jump to Another Ship

    When Job Shifts Loom, It Can Pay to Look Wide

    “Gas Station TV, a company that sets up and programs televisions at gas pumps, recently recruited three people who were laid off from companies that service the auto industry. They’d worked in information-technology, accounting and marketing, and their various skills “translated incredibly well,” says David Leider, the two-year-old Oak Park,

  • Gas Station TV Pumps Up Popularity With New Contest

    Network Launches Search to Find a 'BroadcaSTAR'

    DETROIT – Calling all broadcaster wannabes. You can be a star at your local gaseteria. Gas Station TV will start a nationwide search April 1 to find the “face” of its GSTV Network. Contenders can upload 30-second videos of themselves directly to an area on gstv.com (or to a social-media

  • Ideacast, Gas Station TV Partner to Deliver Multi-Network Away-From-Home Video Media Offering

    Strategic partnership creates away-from-home TV network to deliver more than one billion measured impressions in 150+ DMAs

    NEW YORK / CHICAGO, Feb. 20, 2008 – IdeaCast, Inc. and Gas Station TV, two of the leading providers of custom television content and advertising in the rapidly-expanding away-from-home television category, have formed a strategic, non-financial alliance to deliver more than one billion measurable impressions from on-the-go consumers in 150+

  • Captive audience

    Oak Park company capitalizes on time spent filling the tank

    Pumping gas is one of life’s mundane little chores, but Oak Park-based Gas Station TV is transforming an everyday event into a marketing opportunity. Advertisement Considered a leader in digital out-of-home media, Gas Station TV, which was founded in 2006, has succeeded in reaching mobile consumers with digital video, featuring