Tuesday, January 29, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for January 29

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:
  • LiveMedia chalks out aggressive growth plans for 2008 - LiveMedia has designed branded programmes to keep viewers engaged in the targeted locations. The audiences spent an average of 20-30 minutes sitting in front of the LiveMedia screens, enjoying programmes like graffiti, horoscope, fashion, trivia, Randy Glasbergen animations, etc. The firm plans to grow from 1,100 locations to 2,200 screens in 2008.
  • Suzanne Alicia to Take Reins at OVAB - Kim Norris, the first president of the year-old Out-of-Home Advertising Bureau, is stepping down after only nine months to go to Cablevision as senior vp of strategy and business development/digital marketing. She will be replaced by Suzanne Alicia, president of The Hotel Networks, one of the founding members of OVAB.
  • Electrograph to Distribute Symbicon Digital Signage - Electrograph announced last week that it has become the first U.S. distributor of the IconOne line from indoor/outdoor digital signage from Symbicon, the company behind the world’s largest LCD advertising panel.
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