Tag Archives: signage

Talon Outdoor joins COMMB

Canadian Out-of-Home Marketing and Measurement Bureau (COMMB) has welcomed Talon Outdoor, a global out-of-home (OOH) full-service agency, as a member. Like all COMMB members, Talon Outdoor will receive exclusive access to COMMB data, platforms, tools, and member marketing services, proving valuable for Talon as a new out-of-home specialist agency in the Canadian landscape. Talon Outdoor…

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Roland DG gains new board of director member

Roland DG Corporation has appointed Roland DGA president and CEO, Andrew Oransky, to its board of directors. As a member of the board of directors, Oransky will play a pivotal role in setting strategy and direction globally for Roland DG Corporation. Oransky will also serve as managing executive officer of global sales and marketing for…

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PPDS launches new Wave platform for better control of Philips displays

PPDS has launched a new, state-of-the-art cloud platform, Wave, providing control and management capabilities and opportunities for professional displays.  Launched at ISE 2022 in Barcelona, Wave, a part of PPDS’ evolving ‘total solutions’ strategy, is a secure, intuitive, and scalable remote device management platform. Wave helps to ensure faster, cost-effective installation and service times for…

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LG technologies now available with Melitron’s signage and kiosk solutions

Melitron Corporation has introduced LG commercial display technology to its lineup of indoor and outdoor digital signage and kiosk solutions. Ultra-bright, energy efficient LG FHD and UHD display technology is now available across Melitron’s digital signage formats in single and multi-screen arrangements. Melitron digital signage and kiosk solutions featuring LG commercial display technology are fully…

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New London election signage bylaw leads to confusion

New rules for election signs in London, Ontario has led to confusion of what’s allowed, which can affect tactics on the ground. According to a news report from CBC news, London city hall passed a new sign bylaw earlier this year requiring election signs from the same candidate to be at least 100 m (328…

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Burnaby, B.C. to obtain signage, helping residents find their way

The City of Burnaby B.C.’s 164 parks will be receiving new and improved signage for complete modernization and consistency. According to a news report from burnabynow.com, a staff report said current signage (which includes 3500 signs) is inconsistent between locations and within the parks themselves. This poses a challenge for navigation for residents. City council…

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Broadsign releases System-on-Chip smart screens and solutions

The System-on-Chip (SoC) beta from Broadsign is now available. The new Broadsign solution supports the LG webOS and Samsung Tizen smart screen operating systems, as well as the BrightSign OS, to enable intelligent out-of-home (OOH) ad playlist generation, proof-of-play reporting, and dynamic campaign delivery.   Broadsign for SoC arrives as advertiser interest in OOH continues…

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Saskatchewan signage honours former premier

The Reverend Lorne Calvert signs located at the Lorne Calvert Campground and Lorne Calvert Loop in Moose Jaw’s Wakamow Valley in Saskatchewan have been unveiled. The unveiling took place at an event to honour the former premier of Saskatchewan. The Wakamow Valley is located at the south end of Moose Jaw and offers camping, picnic…

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Five Hamilton monuments could obtain interpretive signage

Hamilton’s emergency and community services committee is recommending council add signage at their historical monuments and markers to describe their contexts. According to a news report from The Hamilton Spectator, the committee voted recently to heed some recommendations tabled in a report about how to address sites in the city while respecting Indigenous perspectives and…

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