That Was No Hologram, That Was An LED Video Wall Inside A Gold Coach

July 19, 2022 by Dave Haynes

  There was lots of buzz and no end of erroneous descriptions about the virtual appearance of the Queen Elizabeth II, rolling along a …

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Video Wall Processing Tech Firm Brompton Gets £5.1m Growth Boost

July 19, 2022 by Dave Haynes

One interesting indicator of the rapid adoption being seen with LED video walls is growth and investments in some of the companies that supply …

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Broadsign’s Reach Adds Ability For Media Owners From Multiple Supply Platforms To Bid On Ad Buys

July 19, 2022 by Dave Haynes

Broadsign has introduced an interesting new wrinkle with its Reach programmatic digital out of home platform – code that creates more availability by allowing …

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Austria’s C SEED Takes Its Folding Screens Inside, Touting $190K LED TV As Residential Bling

July 18, 2022 by Dave Haynes

The Austrian company that has marketed for a few years now big displays that unfold by the infinity pools, patios and yacht decks of …

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Nutrislice Expands Messaging To Include Digital Food ESLs In Non-Commercial Dining Venues

July 18, 2022 by Dave Haynes

Denver-based Nutrislice continues to broaden its offer well beyond its school menu and nutrition display roots, with the latest option in its food services …

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Appspace Gets Even More Focused On Workplace; Launches Unified Platform That Includes Apps, Intranet Solution

July 18, 2022 by Dave Haynes

Appspace’s roots may be in digital signage, but the company now positions itself as providing workplace experience software, with pushing content to screens just …

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UK Retailer Debenhams Gets Back Into Bricks And Mortar With LED-Filled Beauty Store

July 18, 2022 by Dave Haynes

U.K. department store operator Debenhams, having closed all its stores after more than 200 years on high streets, re-entered bricks and mortar retailing with …

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Orlando’s New Terminal C Will Open With Nearly 900 Screens

July 15, 2022 by Dave Haynes

The new Terminal C at Orlando’s airport will open in a few weeks with 874 connected displays put in place to inform and guide …

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Google Formally Launches ChromeOS Flex; Says Almost 300 Devices Certified

July 15, 2022 by Dave Haynes

Google has now formally launched ChromeOS Flex, positioning the cloud-centric operating system as a way to extend the life of existing PCs and Macs …

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Brady Steps Down As Spectrio President And CEO

July 14, 2022 by Dave Haynes

The President and CEO of the Tampa-area digital signage solutions firm Spectrio has stepped down after 4.5 years of running the company, citing the …

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Dutch Firm Partners With LG, Gensler On Transparent OLED Office Partition Walls

July 14, 2022 by Dave Haynes

A Dutch company that specializes in the super-niche business of partition walls for workplaces has come up with a version, in partnership with LG, …

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How Does Digital Signage Support You Through The Crisis?

July 13, 2022 by Gerhard Pichler

GUEST POST: GERHARD PICHLER, EASESCREEN Like many other business owners, I think about the war in Ukraine, rising inflation, and the long-term effects of …

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