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Jun072010

screen media news 6.7.2010

Permanent video art screens ready for content at LAX.
The video artworks can be viewed at two venues within the Arrivals Lobby. One is a linear strip of video monitors consisting of 29 back-to-back, 46-inch LCD screens for a total of 58 screens suspended from the ceiling, configured in a serpentine shape with an overall length of 90 feet. The other is a media wall composed of 25 46-inch screens in a 5-screen-by-5-screen matrix. Full story here.

The outdoor digital signage market is growing rapidly. Last year the outdoor sector was worth $3.5 billion which is double what the industry sector was worth the year before, and it is expected to expand. The growth may be attributed to a few different factors such as high brightness-energy efficient LCD's, outdoor LCD enclosures, and easier integration of media players. Full article here.

Runco announcing two new weatherproof Climate Portfolio high-definition LCD televisions. The 42-inch Climate Portfolio CP-42HD and 52-inch Climate Portfolio CP-52HD feature full 1080p widescreen displays in an enclosure designed to stand up to the elements, including reflection-rejection glass for easy outdoor viewing. Full story here.

DW Green Company and EnQii have announced a partnership in launching GreenTV, a self-contained digital signage system that delivers targeted messaging to customers of grocery chains across North America. Full story here.

CyberResearch Inc. launching its CyRAQ 1000 sunlight-readable outdoor digital display at InfoComm this week.  The new CyRAQ 1000 series of 23″, 32″, and 40″ pylon-mounted digital signage displays are built with vandal-resistant stainless-steel enclosures. They meet the need for a reliable cost-effective LCD display for use in all-weather outdoor video, as drive-thru menu boards, for wayfinding, and other signage applications. Full article here.

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