ScreenFeed gets service sampling going by offering free Vancouver 2010 medal count files

February 15, 2010 by Dave Haynes


This is a smart, simple way to do a little new business development …

Jeremy Gavin over at ScreenFeed got is team to put together a medal count piece for the Olympic Winter Games going on in Vancouver for the next two weeks, and he is making it available at no charge to networks that want it.

The updated medal count graphic that displays the top four medal-winning countries at the games and their hardware. It comes as a JPEG your system points to, or SWF file, or MediaRSS feed. In practical terms, that means schedule it once and you’re done. It will be dynamically updated.

To make the arrangements, there’s a form to fill out on the ScreenFeed site. 

A smart, contextual way to promote your service and get some trial activity going. ScreenFeed’s full-screen content service is infinitely more logical than tickers and crawls, something I will keep going on about until those things are purged from the digital signage world.  

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