Signagelive platform integrates digital signage content from Screenfeed

 
March 12, 2014

Cloud-based digital signage technology supplier Signagelive has integrated real-time content feeds from digital signage content company Screenfeed natively within its core technology platform to provide users with "one-click" access to Screenfeed's menu of dynamically updated media, the two companies announced.

Over the last year, Signagelive actively supported the new Samsung Smart Signage Displays and enhanced support for a range of cost effective non-PC devices, including the Dension CPX-1 Android-based player and the IAdea range of players and Signboards, the company said. This created a need to fill a broad range of displays powered by Signagelive with engaging content to retain audience attention, according to the announcement.

"Adding Screenfeed content within Signagelive provides our partners and customers with an extensive range of dynamic content feeds that they can 'try and buy' with one-click from with the Signagelive platform," Signagelive CEO Jason Cremins said in the announcement. "Great regularly updated content is imperative to the success of a digital signage project and Screenfeed leads the way in providing content that turns a screen into a destination."

To address the need for high quality, dynamically updated digital signage content, Signagelive worked in partnership with Screenfeed to make Screenfeed's extensive portfolio of content feeds available to Signagelive users directly from within the Signagelive platform. Screenfeed provides more than 75 different media feeds in both image and video formats, ranging from national news and sports to localized traffic and weather updates, all of which will be available through Signagelive. End-users will be able to view sample content and buy content from Screenfeed within the Signagelive solution.

"Using Screenfeed's API," Screenfeed CEO Jeremy Gavin said, "Signagelive has connected our cloud-based apps together to provide a seamless user experience for the network manager who is looking to use syndicated media as part of their content strategy."


Topics: Content , Content Management , Software


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