Mews: Katzenworld teaming up with Zeusvision

Zeus-logo-singleHi guys,

We have some exciting news to share with you! We are going to team up with Zeusvision to have our Blog featured on buses in Los Angeles! So if you live in the area keep an eye out for our campaign and take some photos to share with us all. đŸ˜€

So you are probably wondering at this point what Zeusvision is all about?

Well so far large advertising on buses has only been available to big players such as movie companies! Zeusvision will change this forever. It is giving all of us a chance to make announcement and adverts for the things that we really care about.

And what is even better is that it is easy to use as you can create and manage your campaigns using a phone, tablet, laptop or standard Computer! đŸ™‚Â So stay tuned and look out for our advert on the buses of LA – We shall make sure to report back how the campaign worked out for us afterwards!


Will you be able to spot us on a bus like this?

Also please find below more details provided by Zeusvision about their campaign which launches as of today!

Zeusvision is gigantic, these are 40ft buses built from the chassis up with 31ft digital screens on each side and a theatre quality QSC audio system that delivers some of the best sound money can buy. To experience Zeusvision in-person is to experience something amazing.

Zeusvision was envisioned by Giovanni Wolfgang (CEO and inventor of Zeusvision) as a public messaging platform that anyone could use to get their personal message or commercial advertisement out in highly visible public spaces. Advertising is just one usage example, however a soccer mom could use Zeusvision to congratulate her daughter’s winning team, announce a wedding or birthday, or say something special in a big way to her husband on their anniversary. The idea is to make influential media accessible to everyone, because you might have something to say that deserves more attention than the comment section on the bottom of a Facebook post.

Outdoor advertising in big cities is dominated by large conglomerates because outdoor signage is tied to real estate. Like it or not outdoor advertising in big cities is an elitist business; just like the other major media outlets: TV, radio, and print.

Zeusvision digital media buses run in the most sought-after locations in Los Angeles like Hollywood, Santa Monica, and Beverly Hills, along with the the trendy retail shopping areas frequented by locals and tourists. The Zeusvision Public launch will bring Zeusvision buses to the top 10 DMA markets with other markets soon to follow.

Currently our clients are exclusively made up of Fortune 500 companies (e.g., Warner Bros, NBC, Universal Pictures, Disney). The cost of a Zeusvision bus is about $100,000 per month, however Zeusvision Public changes all of that by making exclusive outdoor advertising an even playing field for everyone. This will change the balance of power in the outdoor advertising industry indefinitely. With packages starting at $99, almost anyone can get involved.

Please find below a video of an example usage of their buses:

We believe it is a great thing that now us normal people will be able to make ads for our special days, be this the double digit birthday of your cat or your children’s graduation from school! The options are limitless and luckily the price is no longer impossible to pay for such an unforgettable moment. đŸ™‚


Our own ad will be running for about 2 weeks in early November so don’t forget to keep an eye out for it. đŸ™‚ We certainly can’t wait to share the photos and videos of our ad with you. đŸ˜€

And in the meantime why not checkout their website here.




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20 thoughts on “Mews: Katzenworld teaming up with Zeusvision

  1. lawjic says:

    Way cool, and right in my own backyard (so to speak). I’m south of LA in the OC (Orange County)……Are you saying you are going to post your blog banner on this?

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