Archive for November, 2009

Will Work For Love: Lisa Kwon, Show+Tell, New York

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

As Design Director at Show+Tell, Lisa Kwon directs a team of 2D/3D designers and developers from concept through final execution while interfacing with clients to translate project needs into high-end motion graphic solutions. Describe your personal work space. Flanked by a wall of windows, random inspirational clippings including a ‘its maiz birfday’ printout of a […]

Ellen Carucci Joins EYE USA

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Chris Sheldrake

EYE USA today welcomed Ellen Carucci as Vice President of Sales based in the New York City office. In her new role, Ms. Carucci will oversee sales and strategy across all of EYE’s United States offices. Ellen comes to EYE with over 29 years of sales, advertising and marketing experience in the consumer magazine industry. […]

See Shape With Sony And Magenta Research

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Andrew Neale

If you look hard enough you can always find some statistics or research to support a proposition – in fact there must be some ‘law’ about this that supports such a theory 😉 Ed and this is probably just coincidence but we have started to see a lot more stories come in about installations with […]

Cübb Cleans Up For Proctor & Gamble

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Russ Curry, Ministry of New Media

French company Cübb, which creates and develops Mobile, Interactive and Innovative solutions for Street Marketing operations, Tradeshows and Events, has just announced that it will be undertaking a big campaign for Proctor & Gamble next year. In January, 50 x Cyklop™ will be deployed throughout 100 Carrefour hypermarkets in France as part of the American […]

Mobile Video Creation Will Preceed All Others

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Manolo Almagro, Weekly Columnist

This isn’t surprising – In this interview with Beet.TV, Adobe’s CTO says there will be a “total reversal” of how video content is created. Consider this, up until recently, original video programs, started out as broadcast TV content, then as people shifted watching TV and video on-line, content producers started to shift into creating webisodes […]

Early Bird Discount Ends Today

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Chris Sheldrake

Early bird discount for DOOH Business Conference in Amsterdam next February ends today. Supported by both Invidis Consulting and OVAB Europe the Conference will comprise three ‘blocks’ examining the past, present and future of DOOH networks. It also includes a VIP Preview of the Digital Signage Hall at Integrated Systems Europe which we believe will […]

Oops, Lamar’s Tweet Wreaks Havoc

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Manolo Almagro, Weekly Columnist

If you haven’t seen this story trending on Twitter or Digg, you will soon. Last week, 3 News Anchors from Alabama’s Local TV Channel 13 literally became the poster children for the cause ‘why moderation is extremely important – when integrating UGC into your digital out of home experiences‘.  This picture (shown below) – which […]

Savent, Apple Based Control

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

Evolution Home Entertainment Corp. has announced the Canadian launch of Savant – the Apple-based control and automation solution that unifies audio, video, lighting, security, climate, communications, Internet, and more, into one seamless experience. Through customizable touch panels, remotes, mobile devices and keypads, Savant gives the user effortless control and management of each service in his […]

Pie In The Sky (No, It’s Art)

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

It’s not really a screen unless you call the sky a screen but this is pretty neat either way. Some 130,000 different spectacular patterns of light will illuminate the sky above Vancouver’s English Bay for 24 days as part of the Cultural Olympiad associated with the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Called Vectorial Elevation, it is […]

LinkedIn 4,923 vs DailyDOOH Group 1,145

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

It has taken us just over a year to go from having 3,000 LinkedIn contacts to where it stands now at 4,923. As we said back in May 2008, this size network is quite useful as a ‘hub’ for introducing people to each other. If you ever want to get in contact with someone in […]