AAA Minneapolis Powers Spices Up Headquarters With New Tightrope Carousel Digital Signage

To entice members waiting in its main lobby, AAA Minneapolis has deployed a large video wall to display dynamic travel imagery and advertising at its St. Louis Park, Minnesota headquarters, in support of its iTravel Advisor travel agency. Powered by Carousel Digital Signage software from Tightrope Media Systems, the video wall also incorporates continuously updated […]  More

Daktronics Displays in 87 Basketball Venues This Season; Westchester County Center Gets New LED Displays

Daktronics provided 431 video displays totaling more than 64,000 square feet for 87 venues ranging from high schools all the way to the professional level for basketball season in 2016. Of those displays, 81 are for professional, 302 are for college and 48 are for high school basketball. In other Daktronics news, Westchester County Center of […]  More

Christie Inks Deal with London’s Barbican Centre, Powers ‘Christmasland in New Taipei City’

Christie has signed a wide-ranging, long-term partnership agreement with the Barbican Centre in London to provide visual technology solutions to the world-class arts and learning center. The partnership will transform the public spaces of the Barbican by providing new platforms for its rolling program of artistic commissions and new focal points to communicate with the public. […]  More

For Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center, a Rising Tide Raises All Ships

As professional sports venues in the busiest media capital in the world, Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center might seem like competitors: both look to attract the attention — and spending power — of the city’s 8 million residents with NBA and NHL games, concerts, and more. Add in massive events happening just steps from […]  More

Chesapeake Energy Arena Upgrades Audio for the Return of OKC Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder now has a sound system to match its name. The rumble of low-frequency audio will be heard more clearly following a complete audio upgrade that brought the NBA’s first permanent installation of EAW’s Anya adaptive-array system to Chesapeake Energy Arena. But the new system isn’t just about bass and booming music […]  More

Shure Gear Provides Audio Support for World Series Games at Wrigley Field

For the first World Series games held at Wrigley Field since 1945, Shure wireless equipment was used for both the national anthem before each game, and for the Chicago Cubs’ unique sing-along rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” as part of the 7th inning stretch. Both segments relied on Shure Axient wireless handheld […]  More

Daktronics To Deliver First Ever 360-Degree Halo Display for Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium

The largest LED video display in all of sports has been designed and engineered, and is now being manufactured and installed by Daktronics for Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. This never-been-done-before, 360-degree halo display will be installed above the field as part of the stadium’s unique retractable roof structure.  More

Venue News: Texas Rangers’ Proposed Stadium Could Exceed $1B; New York Yankees Announce Improvements to Guest Experience

Venue News puts the spotlight on the sports-venue industry, delivering the latest on new builds and recent renovations, venues currently under construction, and proposed stadiums and arenas on the horizon, all with an eye on what fans can expect from their in-game experience. This week’s Venue News looks at the Texas Rangers’ proposed stadium, which […]  More