Mvix partners with parochial school to deploy digital signage network

Dec. 7, 2017

New Life Christian School, a parochial school in St. Louis, Missouri, has partnered with Mvix to manage the school's digital signage network. The network lets NLCS administrators stream announcements, live sermons, event information and photos to students, according to a press release. All content is managed remotely from the school's administrative office.

The Mvix platform is built on an HTML5 engine to enable animated content for the displays. Additionally, the platform is 4K-compatible so the school can show 4K videos and photos.

"I wanted a solution that would give me the freedom to set up our content exactly the way I wanted it to look, and Mvix did that for us," NLCS Principal Anthony Braswell said in the release. "I can update the displays from anywhere because of the cloud-based software, and share lots of different media — like weather or photos."


Topics: 4K Ultra HD, Content, Content Management, Education / Schools, Software

Companies: Mvix


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