O'Hare Bathrooms Getting Mirror Ads

Soldier Field, Wrigley Field and the United Center also are targeted for the ads.

By Hannah Chanpong
|  Friday, Jan 21, 2011  |  Updated 2:02 PM CDT
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O'Hare Bathrooms Getting Mirror Ads

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Mirrors will soon double as billboards at O'Hare International Airport, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Together with a company called Mirrus, Clear Channel Outdoor plans to install 40-inch mirrors in some airport restrooms that will display ads -- when they're not displaying your reflection.

If someone goes to the sink, the ad automatically will move aside.

Clear Channel and Mirrus plan to hang the mirrors during the next three months at several U.S. airports, according to the Tribune.

Video and still ads periodically will change and show different products depending on whether they appear in men's or women's bathrooms. Advertisers can count how many people see a mirror ad and how long each person looks at it.

Mirrus officials also are looking to install mirrors at Soldier Field, Wrigley Field and the United Center, the Tribune reports.

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