Hendrik Broadcasts Medical and Academic Conferences Worldwide Online with StreamGuys


BAYSIDE, CALIFORNIA, March 2, 2015 — Hendrik Information Systems, a Houston-based multi-platform technology systems provider, is taking distance learning and concurrent video streaming of educational content to the next level for some of the country’s largest medical institutions. Hendrik is relying exclusively on StreamGuys’ infinitely scalable, cloud-based content delivery network (CDN) and on-premise servers to […]

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Versatility, simplicity and flexibility key as AUEA leads the way with digital signage, IPTV and video streaming


Based in Birmingham in the West Midlands, Aston University Engineering Academy (AUEA) was opened in 2012 to provide vocational learning for up to 600 students from the age of 14 to 19. Located in a modern, new-build premises and backed by high profile partners including Aston University and the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network, […]

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Orlando Public Library Takes Learning to Another Level with Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio


When many people think of libraries, they think of rows upon rows of books meticulously categorized and alphabetized. Perhaps there are tables with lamps emitting a soft glow and students bent over their studies or readers lost deep in the worlds of their favorite novels. This is a common scene at the Orange County Library […]

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Wendy’s Corporate Digital Menu Board System Driven by Scala


Five years ago, the then CEO of Wendy’s International issued a directive that “when the QSR (Quick-Service Restaurant) industry went all digital, we needed to be ready with a fully scalable, operational, supportable solution for the entire brand,” remembers Nick DeCarlo, director, restaurant solutions at Wendy’s. Today, Wendy’s has approximately 2,500 media players running digital […]

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BroadSign International, LLC and Blue Bite Announce Mobile Partnership for Digital Out-of-Home


New York, NY. November 3, 2014. Blue Bite, the Mobile Standard in OOH™, and BroadSign International, LLC, top provider of cloud-based digital signage software, have announced a partnership intended to simplify and enhance the mobile component of digital signage campaigns. As mobile is incorporated into an increasing number of digital signage programs, BroadSign and Blue […]

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Miller Outdoor Theatre Takes the Leap to Digital Signage Displays


Near the close of the 2013 Season, Miller Outdoor Theatre, a free-to- the-public outdoor theatre located in Houston, Texas, decided it was time to update its communication processes and provide its patrons with an enhanced entertainment experience. Located in Houston’s Hermann Park, a city known for unannounced tropical weather, Miller’s patrons would often rely on […]

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Weil, Gotshal & Manges Turns to Video Corporation of America, Haivision and Primeview for Enterprise Video Streaming to Mobile Devices


Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, one of the top 10 most prestigious U.S. law firms, specializes in corporate, litigation, regulatory and tax law with 1,200 lawyers located in 20 offices around the world. Recognized as leaders in their respective fields, Weil attorneys are consistently top-ranked by the most authoritative legal and financial industry directories. In […]

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Worldwide Nonprofit Organization Selects Premier Mounts for Community Center Video Wall


An internationally recognized nonprofit organization needed a visually stunning video wall display to grab the attention of its members, offering richly enlightening educational information in the community center’s reception area. The organization—known for strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility —turned to Premier Mounts® and Christie® to design a solution that would bring their vision to […]

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Digital Menu Systems Driving Sales at UK McDonald’s Stores


McDonald’s stores in the United Kingdom have been steadily testing and expanding the use of customer-facing digital display systems, as the quick service restaurant giant seeks innovative new ways to increase footfall, communicate broader menu options, and boost average customer spends. Digital displays are now used in hundreds of stores — fully guided by The […]

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Broadcasting Pickathon Music Festival: 180 Crew Members, 6 Stages and a Little Blackmagic Design


A little rock music at the Galaxy Barn. Then maybe some acoustic music and interviews over at the Workshop Barn. Or maybe some folk music live streaming from your computer in the comfort of your living room since you are not even in the same country as Pickathon Music Festival. Held just outside of Portland, […]

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Airus Media’s Airport Virtual Assistant Puts on a New Face with Casio’s LampFree™ Projectors


Airports are a mecca of activity with thousands of people streaming through busy gates each day. Communicating to these masses is a challenge. Airport staffs are shrinking and security inspectors compete with the sounds of other passengers, vendors, and more. Picture the following: While waiting at an airport security checkpoint, you are verbally instructed by […]

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Montréal Bar’s Video Wall Enhances Performances and Increases Sales


Live band bar Le 2 Pierrots is a real institution of Old Montreal’s nightlife. Established in 1974 in an old building dating back from the 1700s, Le 2 Pierrots was looking to rejuvenate the environment and make it more modern while also staying connected to its historic roots. A six-screen, horizontal video wall was installed […]

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Christie and The Sextant Group Help University Build Research Library of the Future


Christie and The Sextant Group are helping redefine the components of a research library at North Carolina State University’s James B. Hunt Jr. Library in Raleigh, N.C. Achieving the school’s goal of securing a competitive advantage by equipping students with collaborative research tools for solving problems in today’s tech-driven society, the library sets a new […]

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Family Harvest Church Expands Its Media Services While Preparing for an HD Future with Blackmagic Design


What started in 1981 as a 23 person weekly Bible study above a local bank is now the 2,500 member Family Harvest Church (FHC). Based in Tinley Park, IL, FHC is a multiracial, multi generational and nondenominational church that prides itself on using technology to keep the community informed and connected, as well as gain new […]

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Creative Solutions Produce Bold, Colorful, Dynamic Content for Chesapeake Energy Arena


The Chesapeake Energy Arena has undergone renovations this past year, adding eight new types of digital signage displays consisting of 10 projectors, 36 MicroTiles and 166 flat-panels. Their purpose includes sponsor advertisement, marketing messages and directional information. Earlier renovations included a new HD video board to enhance the in-game entertainment. BACKGROUND The Chesapeake Energy Arena […]

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Zacky’s NYC


As technology continues to evolve, many retail store owners are finding the need to update their space to increase customer appeal and initiate more interaction with them. Zacky’s, an independently-owned retail clothing store in downtown Manhattan, opened in 1994 and after almost 15 years, needed a technology makeover. Selling everything from shoes to jeans, Zacky’s […]

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Holland’s Ambulance Worker Problem


The Problem Apparently in Holland they have a problem where public violence against ambulance workers is not only prevalent, but onlookers do nothing about it.  So, the Dutch government came up with a plan where they literally married augmented reality and digital signage together against this rising trend. The Solution Using cameras shooting people walking […]

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