Strangely familiar

April 19, 2006 by Dave Haynes

I founded a company about three years ago, along with a very patient friend, that put screens in the bustling PATH system in downtown …

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Good news (and a little nonsense)

April 4, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Calgary-based Vauntcom Media Corporation has announced a deal that will see about 140 LCDs sprinkled around the concourse, washrooms and elevators of Rogers Centre, …

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Global Shop – The problem with power

March 29, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Well it is over, and if I never again have to help tear down a booth after a show, that's just fine. Day Three …

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CBS while you buy groceries

March 28, 2006 by Dave Haynes

This was passed on to me: "In what appears to be a first, CBS has signed up to become a programming partner with SignStorey …

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Digital signage IPO

March 22, 2006 by Dave Haynes

It was kind of interesting and intriguing when PRN was putting together an IPO based principally — or you could argue darn near totally …

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Award-winning projects

March 19, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Given that the industry is still trying to come up with a name everyone agrees on, it’s a bit of an accomplishment that someone …

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20 to 80 per cent sales jump from "infoverts"

March 9, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Spotted this in the UK-based Retail Bulletin: “The (Mid-Counties) Co-op also makes extensive use of digital signage with 700 screens – soon to increase …

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Researching to a common goal

March 2, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Nice to see four competing companies putting down the gloves long enough to work together on a common goal – validation. Outdoor Broadcast Network, …

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The nonsense continues …

March 1, 2006 by Dave Haynes

This from an unnamed company in a press release yesterday: “_____________, a provider of Internet hosted digital signage services, today announced scheduling capabilities for …

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Load 'em up!

March 1, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Why do so many ad-based network operators make it so hard on themselves to get their sold spots noticed? So many start-ups insist on …

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One store, 63 plasmas

February 24, 2006 by Dave Haynes

Stumbled across what has to be one of the most aggressive, and pricey, digital screen installs to date for a single store. The evidently …

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Analyzing content

February 21, 2006 by Dave Haynes

There is nothing particularly new or brilliant about a digital signage company declaring: “It’s the content, stupid!” or the old chestnut: “Content is king!” …

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