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DEFINITION: Digital signage, also called dynamic signage, is a specialized form of slivercasting inwhich video or multimediacontent is displayed in public places for informational or advertising purposes. A digital signusually consists of a computer or playback device connected to a large, bright digital screen suchas an LCD orplasma display.Digital signage is used in department stores, schools, libraries, office  … 
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ADVERTISING DEFINITION (continued): …  buildings, medicalfacilities, airports, train and bus stations, banks, auto dealerships and other public venues. Ifthe display is connected to a computer, the data on the screen can be updated in realtime by means of an Internet or proprietary network connection. Data transmission and storageare streamlined by compression tominimize file size. The system can employ multiple screens if an extra-large display isdesired.There are several advantages to the use of digital signs instead of paper signs. Digital signscan be updated at will by remote control while paper signs require individual replacement … 

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