Tuesday, August 26, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for September 26

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:

  • Valley Ear, Nose & Throat Sees Growth Thanks to Mediplay - Mediplay, Inc. is transforming point-of-care marketing in doctors’ offices by helping physicians increase profits. Today the company announced its agreement with Valley Ear, Nose & Throat to install Mediplay’s digital signage system in 14 Valley ENT locations across Arizona.
  • Fred Meyer Goes Hi-Def - Fred Meyer has outfitted its electronics departments with a new high-definition digital signage network. Custom content is being developed to play on LCD and plasma TV screens positioned along the West Coast supercenter's media wall. There are an estimated 35 to 40 screens on the floor at any given time, which translates to about 5,000 in the network.
  • SeeSaw Adds Inventory From Sports Networks - Inventory from DirecTV's Atherton Communications, ONTrack, OnSite Network and The Bar Network increase SeeSaw's sports enthusiast network by about 3 million weekly impressions for a total of about 12 million.
  • Access 360 Media and 18 in '08 Launch 'Shop The Vote' - Access 360 Media and 18 in '08 have joined forces to create Shop The Vote, the first digital out-of-home public service campaign designed to reach these critical citizens before November 4 in the environments that matter to them most: in stores, online and on their mobile phones.

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