Get some gas and watch some TV

TV at the gas pump, and a lot of them. Gas Station TV is a real thing, as crazy as it sounds. It’s so real, in fact, that the company has just expanded and now has a network of 1,000 stations.

Do they get HBO?


Oak Park-based Gas Station TV, a company that puts flat-panel TVs
atop gasoline pumps, Monday announced that it has grown its network to
1,000 stations and quadrupled its DMA presence to more than 100, with a
presence in 22 of the top 25 DMAs and more than 60 of the top 100 DMAs.

This expansion further cements the company as the largest
at-the-pump network. And it says its network now rivals films in reach
and penetration, with close to 30 million viewers per month.

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