Papendal/Amsterdam, January 2021 – NOC*NSF and Ocean Outdoor strengthen their media partnership towards Tokyo 2021.
NOC*NSF and Ocean have been working together since 2013 to give sports – in all of its facets – a wider audience. This collaboration will be expanded towards Tokyo 2021. Ocean gives Olympic and recreational sports plenty of room all year round on its national digital network, from road to full-motion city screens, and will also work closely with the other content partners of NOC*NSF.
Natasja van Brummelen, Communications and Media manager NOC*NSF: “ NOC*NSF wants to reach the whole of the Netherlands with the power of sport and for that, you need powerful media parties. Especially at a time when sport and exercise are more important than ever to keep us healthy and fit. We are delighted to expand our partnership with Ocean to reach even more people. In addition to the collaboration with the TeamNL side, it is also focused on local sports. Ocean has also presented a great proposition for our partners in the sport”
Meindert van den Heuvel, Managing Director of Ocean: ‘”The positive thing about 2020 is that everyone has been able to see how extremely important sport is. Whether you are a professional athlete, hobbyist, volunteer or spectator. That’s why sport is in Ocean’s DNA. We look forward to deploying our network as a digital out-of-home sports channel together with NOC*NSF and its partners.”
Ocean Outdoor Nederland
Ocean Outdoor Nederland is the market leader in Digital-Out-of-Home (read: DOOH), the fast-growing specialisation within Out-of-Home. With a national network of 164 locations and 286 screens along motorways and in the cities, we reach millions of people each day.
Ocean Outdoor Nederland attaches great importance to quality and innovation. That is why we continuously invest in the latest DOOH technology and research opportunities for advertisers, media agencies and contracting authorities.
Ocean Outdoor Nederland is part of Ocean Outdoor Limited with offices in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Germany.