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Not all millennials are the same: Identifying the millennial tribes

Many articles make the mistake of stereotyping millennials either positively or negatively. Marketers using the term miss the mark. Millennials are not a homogeneous group; they have several tribes with different values and concerns.

Intel webinar zooms in on digital experience management platforms

Customers today rely on a variety of platforms when making purchasing decisions. For companies, the struggle is to deliver the best content to the right channels to grab customers when they are most open. An Intel webinar discussed ways that digital engagement platforms can help this process.

Avoiding the uncanny valley in digital signage

Holographic displays are cool, except when they drive away visitors with creepy images and robotics. Avoiding the uncanny valley is key for any retailer getting into the field of advanced displays and holograms.

Digital signage drives into Daytona 500

For NASCAR fans, the Daytona International Speedway in Florida is the top destination as home of the Daytona 500. In celebration of its 59th year in operation, the International Speedway Corp, owners of Daytona International Speedway, gave its speedway a digital signage makeover to engage with fans.

Crazy Horse rides in with digital signage

The Crazy Horse Memorial, the world's largest mountain carving, recently got a digital signage upgrade with multiple interactive displays. The displays present the rich history of Native Americans and act as virtual tour guides.

3 self-service lessons for digital signage

The line between digital signage and kiosks has become more blurred in recent years. As such, it is important to look at three key lessons the self-service world can teach digital signage companies.

3 questions on DOOH trends

DOOH continues to be a major force in the digital signage space, as innovators continuously craft hyper localized creative campaigns. Digital Signage Today spoke with Rich Ventura regarding key DOOH trends for 2017.

Digital signage 5 for 5: January edition

The first month of 2017 is over, and we are already close to the beginning of spring. In January, readers of Digital Signage Today were interested in both the future and the past of digital signage.

Anti-smoking digital signage sparks controversy

A Swedish pharmacy ran a DOOH anti smoking campaign, which featured a display that 'coughed' when it detected smoking. The campaign has sparked controversy regarding its methods.

Digital signage powers license plates

Digital signage may provide the key to automating fleets of autonomous vehicles through LCD license plates, designed to offer messaging and automate registration and other fees.

What to expect at Digital Signage Expo 2017

On Mar. 28-31, the Digital Signage Expo will be touching down at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show is expanding this year, with new education programs, exhibitors and a central interactive gathering place.

Digital signage top 7 news stories of 2016

Digital signage is an industry that never sleeps, as the most read news items of 2016 confirms. The top news covered topics from the "Golden Arches" of McDonald's to a major acquisition of Scala by Stratacache.

Top 5 digital signage stories: December edition

The holidays are over and winter has set in, but digital signage stories don't hibernate during the cold. The top stories last month examined key predictions for the future of digital signage in 2017, retailer strategies and more.

CNN adds LED video walls to 'The Situation Room'

Wolf Blitzer got an upgrade this election cycle as CNN teamed up with APG Displays to renovate its Washington D.C. studio with new video walls.

3 questions on digital signage in 2017

With 2017 upon us, we must consider key questions on what's on the horizon for digital signage. What will be the biggest hardware innovation? Will 4K reach the tipping point? Where is content management headed?

Top 10 digital signage articles of 2016

2016 has passed into the annals of history, and a new year is here. Last year's most read stories covered a range of topics, such as marketing trends, OOH advertising, the cost of touchscreen displays and more.

Digital signage captures Death Star plans with Rogue One campaign

In Rogue One, a motley crew attempts to capture the plans of the greatest weapon in the galaxy: the Death Star. A variety of companies from Gillette to Kaspersky Lab teamed up with Lucasfilm to celebrate the film through digital signage campaigns.

Digital signage future trends report sets the stage for 2017

2017 is almost upon us, so it is time to look at future trends for the New Year. Digital Signage Today has released its future trends report, which gathers expert opinions and survey data to show us what's on the horizon for digital signage.

Digital signage 5 for 5: November edition

Thanksgiving may be a time for family meals, but this month our readers had their favorite restaurants in mind, as stories about digital menu boards and restaurants claimed the most clicks.

Digital signage brings out the coloring book

JCDecaux, an outdoor advertiser, recently teamed up with Coca-Cola Amatil's brand Deep Spring to deploy a digital coloring book in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. Users were able to color Zentangle patterns found in many coloring books.

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