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This Miami museum is launching free film screenings on the water

Miami is no stranger to the floating cinema. We’ve seen our share of boat-in moviesSuper Bowl watch parties on the sandbar and the occasional 4/20-themed flick on the beach. This fall, the trend gets the family-friendly treatment courtesy of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, which introduces Floating Films on the Bay this fall. The free, monthly movie series will begin screenings this October and run through December—when the weather is finally cool enough to do anything outdoors.

Ballyhoo Media investing $100,000 in billboard advertising grants to local small businesses

Ballyhoo Media, a locally-owned water-based advertising agency, is proud to announce its new Growing Together grant to support and empower local companies. As part of this program, Ballyhoo Media will provide four weeks of free advertising to small businesses in the Aventura, Bal Harbor, Dania Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Golden Beach, Hallandale Beach, Haulover Beach, Hollywood Beach, Miami Beach, Sunny Isles, and Surfside areas.

Advertising boat captains rescue woman after her dog knocks her into Miami River on Brickell Key

MIAMI (WSVN) – Two crew members from a Ballyhoo Media advertising boat helped pull a woman to safety on Brickell Key after she was knocked into the water by her dog.

The captains spoke to 7News on Friday afternoon, just hours after the rescue.


Ballyhoo Media, Screenfeed keep basketball fans up to speed with real time updates

Whether fans were at bars, restaurants, apartments, offices, or strolling along the waterways, Ballyhoo’s floating billboard screens were uniquely positioned to bring live infotainment directly to the consumer with industry leading dwell times that allow fans to catch every score of every game.

Perez Art Museum launches floating cinema experience

A floating cinema is exactly what it sounds like. Helen Roldan: “It’s a movie shown on our boats. They’re 72-foot long boats with 60-foot screens, and so we share movies on those screens, open to the public, but you know, on the water.” A water way to watch a movie. Ballyhoo Media and the Perez Art Museum Miami loved the idea so much they created “Floating Films on the Bay.”

Meek Mill’s ‘Expensive Pain’ Album Art Takes Over Landmarks, Major Cities Across U.S.

The cover—painted by renowned artist Nina Chanel Abney—can now be seen via photos shared with Complex, as it sits on boats in Miami, buses in Philadelphia, murals and transportation in Los Angeles, billboards in Times Square, on top of buildings in Harlem, and on the sides of trains in Atlanta.

Twitter puts users' mask tweets on boats, billboards, and sidewalks in pandemic safety campaign

In a new outdoor push that broke this weekend, the social media platform found witty, eye-catching tweets…[on] billboards displayed on a barge floating past Miami Beach

Making A Ballyhoo In Miami Over Bahamas Oil Drilling

BAHAMAS oil drilling opponents are thanking Ballyhoo Media for its “fantastic” effort to warn South Floridians of the dangers of offshore drilling, set to commence in days just a stone’s throw away from their shores.

There’s a new drive in movie theater on Biscayne Bay: Be sure to bring your boat

Ballyhoo Media, the folks behind that massive Super Bowl party in Before TImes, will host the screening of “Pirates of the Caribbean” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Miami Marine Stadium.

Americans enjoy 'social distancing' summer entertainment

Fun activities like boat-in theaters are experiencing a comeback as people attempt to keep their distance during the coronavirus pandemic

Inspiring Impact: Ballyhoo Media

Nate Shapiro and his brother Adam spent their summers working as umbrella boys in Ocean City, Maryland and dreamed about owning a business together related to the beach. In 2011, the concept of Ballyhoo was born.

Meet Nate Shapiro of Ballyhoo Media in Miami

There is nothing more inspiring than the immense community support we have in Miami. In just over 2 years we have become a staple of Miami, working with a variety of local businesses, nonprofits, events, and individuals. 

Gregoire Vogelsang Introduces First-Ever Billboard Campaign Art Fair

From this, the #StayCreative campaign was born—the first-ever art fair taking the form of a wide billboard campaign in Miami during Art Basel week. While many other art events replaced a physical event with online viewing rooms, Vogelsang decided to support the artist community in a different way—through exposure and visual impact


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