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.

4 ways digital signage can transform sports' arena experience

It's a competition with the couch. And, the competitor is fierce. Professional sports teams and venues are continuing to compete with inanimate objects in the average sports' fan's house: the couch and the home entertainment system. To compete with the couch, digital signage needs to be a big part of arena's strategy.

Force sensing offers game changer for touchscreens

Touch interactivity has come a long way in the past few years. But as we wrap up the year and turn our attention to 2017, we'll see a meaningful shift in how people interact with digital kiosks and signage.

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.

IoT, customer-facing robots and VR among topics to be discussed at 2017 ICX Summit

The annual conference, which draws hundreds of customer experience leaders and innovators, is June 5-7 in Dallas and features a range of interesting sessions and a special networking function.

5 ways travel and tourism can take advantage of digital signage

As the digital signage trend continues to grow, travel and tourism organizations are beginning to use live, interactive information to encourage travelers to explore their destination. Here are the top five ways we’ve seen digital signage enhance the visitor experience.

5 digital signage trends driving customer experience innovation

Digital signage as it was narrowly defined just a few short years ago is giving way to a much more immersive experience. It's not just about catching someone's eye with digital signage, it's about engaging people once you have their attention

Food court digital signage delivers upsell

In a crowded advertising marketplace, it's hard for retailers to get their message across. The food court, however, can prove to be an ideal location to get the most out of your ad dollars if you use digital signage effectively.

Digital signage calls the Ghostbusters

When a world-famous wax museum sought multiple display technologies to create an immersive exhibit around the "Ghostbusters" movie reboot, it asked its digital design agency a question: "Who ya gonna call?"

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 disruption raising expectations of the automotive industry

The automotive industry is undergoing an era of digital disruption. Static signs and posters simply do not captivate an audience anymore. Digital signage, however, can keep car customers engaged.

As digital and traditional advertising worlds converge, OOH measurability is a must

Digital and traditional OOH industries are colliding now more than ever. While digital has measurable ROI, OOH falls behind in terms of analytical information. We need to improve the measurability of OOH as digital and traditional advertising continue to blend.

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.

AI gives physical retailers the ammo to fight back

Online and brick and mortar retailers are still locked in an epic struggle. AI might be the secret weapon physical retailers need to fight effectively.

Multiple digital signage platform cause headaches in higher ed

A common pitfall that we are seeing more colleges and universities run into is having multiple digital signage software platforms deployed simultaneously across campus. It creates a number of problems for IT and marketing staff.

3 tips to engage retail customers as they wait

Waiting time in the retail world is almost inevitable. However, it's also an opportunity for businesses to engage and connect with their audience through tools such as digital signage.

Stimulating the human eye: Creating true-to-life displays

In the last 20 years, we have seen massive improvements in resolution, and 8K is on the horizon. The human eye might have a difficult time seeing more value, but it's important to realize that there's stimulation the eye can sense, and it is imperative that we as an industry provide it.

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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