Friday, February 15, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for February 15

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:
  • Netkey Launches VAR program - Netkey has created a comprehensive channel program to ensure that value-added resellers, audio-visual integrators and installers, Web designers, resellers, consultants and solution providers are trained and certified.
  • Borders to Unveil First Concept Store - A new Digital Center marked by a 3-D, 15-ft. illuminated fixture and sign package houses multiple computer kiosks and stations dedicated to new services. In addition, in select destinations, there are large in-section LCD screens broadcasting a depth of content featuring recognizable names in these subject areas, as well as Borders' own exclusive programs.
  • Captivate Sues Office Media Net Over Elevator Ad Patent - Gannett's Captivate Networks has filed suit against rival Office Media Network for patent infringement. The suit, filed in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, alleges that the Office Media network infringes on Captivate patents covering elevator advertising display systems, and seeks damages, attorney's fees and an injunction.
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