Posts Tagged ‘смс за рулем’

(Russian) Russ Outdoor запускает новую социальную кампанию «Болтливый водитель»

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

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(Russian) Для съемки социальной рекламы зрителей «отвлекли от дороги»

Monday, June 16th, 2014

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(Russian) Блокировка SMS за рулём должна повысить безопасность

Friday, December 13th, 2013

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(Russian) В Швеции ограничили использование водителями мобильных телефонов

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

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(Russian) Дирижабли Goodyear расскажут об опасности СМС-переписки за рулем

Monday, November 18th, 2013

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(Russian) Города задолжали пешеходам

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

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(Russian) Вернер Херцог займется социальной рекламой о вреде СМС за рулем

Monday, September 9th, 2013

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Clear Channel Outdoor Chicago Earns Ad Council’s Silver Bell Award

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013


Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (CCO) today announced that the company’s Chicago office was awarded the Ad Council’s Silver Bell Award. The Silver Bell Award is presented annually to one outdoor company that exemplifies exceptional generosity and leadership in disseminating Ad Council public service messages. The Ad Council is a national non-profit organization and the largest producer of public service advertising in the U.S.

The Silver Bell Award was presented to CCO Chicago for the company’s commitment in providing pro-bono public service advertising for several organizations in 2012, including transit and roadside digital billboards, bulletins, posters and metro platform/concourse dioramas. The campaigns supported include: Autism Awareness; Stroke Awareness; Financial Literacy; Texting and Driving; and Community Engagement.

“The Ad Council takes great pleasure in acknowledging the contributions of individuals and organizations that support our efforts to raise awareness of critical social issues facing our country,” said Karen Volkman, Managing Director, Midwestern region, The Ad Council. “We are proud to recognize Clear Channel Outdoor Chicago as a valuable partner that has donated a wide range of traditional and digital displays for our campaigns, helping us reach people throughout our community.”

“As the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, it is incredibly important that we are able to further spread the word about our cause and initiatives so that we can continue to support people with autism and fund critical research,” said Liz Klug, executive director, Chicagoland chapter, Autism Speaks. “Through Clear Channel Outdoor’s help, visits to our Chicago home page increased by 72 percent year over year, and visits to from within Illinois increased by 63 percent during the same time period. The feedback has been tremendous and has significantly helped to raise our visibility in the state.”

“It is our honor to provide use of our advertising platforms to organizations like Autism Speaks and United Way so that they can extend their voices in the community,” said Ed Marcin, vice president, public affairs and special projects, Clear Channel Outdoor Chicago. “We thank the Ad Council for its partnership and recognition in supporting these invaluable organizations.

About Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc.

Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc., (CCO) is one of the world’s largest outdoor advertising companies, with more than 750,000 displays in over 40 countries across five continents, including 48 of the 50 largest markets in the United States. Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings offers many types of displays across its global platform to meet the advertising needs of its customers. This includes a growing digital platform that now offers over 1000 digital billboards across 37 U.S. markets. Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings’ International segment operates in nearly 30 countries across Asia, Australia, Europe and Latin America in a wide variety of formats.


Put the Brakes on Texting and Driving

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Today, we rely on our mobile devices to check e-mail, to stay in touch with friends, and to check the latest news or sports scores. We use mobile apps to monitor our health, advance our education and manage smart appliances. These mobile marvels create new opportunities. But they also create new challenges, and texting and driving is one of them.

People who drive while texting are 23 times more likely to have an accident than a non-distracted driver. More than 3,900 people lost their lives in 2010 as a result of distracted driving. More than 400 lives were lost as a result of crashes involving teen drivers who were distracted. More than half (55%) of those killed were teens themselves. And 11% of all drivers under the age of 20 involved in fatal crashes were reported as distracted at the time of the crash.

Texting behind the wheel could be more dangerous than driving drunk. In test settings, drunken drivers had faster response times then did drivers who were reading and sending texts.

Who has a role?

Individuals, companies and government all have a role to play. What can be done?

First, we need to change the laws. During the Obama administration, the number of states with distracted-driving laws has more than doubled, from 18 states in 2009 to 39 today. The remaining 11 states should act quickly to make it unanimous.

At the FCC, we’re leading by example. Consistent with President Obama’s executive order on federal employees, we’ve made it official agency policy to prohibit employees from texting while driving on the job and when using government vehicles.

Second, a problem born from technology requires technological solutions. Wireless carriers, handset designers, software developers and car manufacturers are developing technological tools and services to make our roads safer.

New apps help

New apps block texting or Web surfing when the phone is in motion. Services such as Apple’s Siri allow drivers to dictate and send messages using voice commands. AT&T has a new mobile application called “DriveMode” that prevents incoming telephone calls or text messaging while driving, at the same time sending auto-reply notifications to anyone trying to contact the driver. Sprint and T-Mobile also offer services that automatically disable text messaging when a cellphone is moving at car-like speeds.

Third, we need social norms to change. Texting and driving must become as unacceptable as drunken driving. Changing social norms starts with public education. The FCC and other government agencies, as well as wireless carriers, have been working to educate the public about the dangers of texting and driving.

A growing number of drivers are getting the message. An encouraging new trend among some teen drivers is having a “designated texter” in the vehicle when they go out.

We need to tackle texting and driving with the same urgency that we gave to the problem of drunken driving. Since the 1980s, the number of U.S. drunken-driving deaths has been cut in half. It’s time to do the same for texting and driving.

Julius Genachowski is the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

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Texting and Driving – Try For Yourself

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

Клин клином вышибают, решили бельгийские креативщики из Osocio и заставили водителей безостановочно строчить SMS во время экзамена по вождению. Водители реагировали бурно и активно сшибали конусы.