Screenfeed like many other content providers is making FIFA World Cup Content available to digital signage networks over the next couple of weeks.
Beginning today and through the end of July, digital signage networks who subscribe to Screenfeed’s FIFA World Cup-in-Pictures channel will be able to offer their viewers the latest news and drama surrounding the world’s greatest sports tournament.
Network operators, we are told, can implement Screenfeed’s World Cup feed in a matter of two minutes by scheduling a provided Flash .swf file, Media RSS feed or Web page into their playlist once, and fresh content will constantly update automatically.
Pricing starts at USD 30 for a single player for the two-months of coverage and a network can be up in running in hours from contacting Screenfeed.
Screenfeed is “The Digital Signage Content Store” – delivering a variety of licensed content for digital signage, including feeds of news-in-pictures, video news from the Associated Press, sports, entertainment, photo trivia, local event information, moderated twitter feeds, HD video scenery, and weather to over 2,500 screens in North America and the UK. All content channels are built or formatted specifically for digital signage and plug-n-play in most digital signage software.