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MyMedia Helps the University of Toronto Communicate with Students and Members In Their New State-Of-The-Art Facility Fitness Center

By February 8, 2008 2 Comments

by Richard Trask, Director Public Relations, Scala

Are you looking for an innovative
application for digital signage? Check out the digital signage network
installed at the University of Toronto Recreational and Wellness Center (RAWC).
RAWC has a very active community outreach program with other schools in the
area and the local hospital for rehabilitation and fitness instructor

After evaluating their needs
and requirements RAWC settled on a unique digital signage network provided by
Scala Certified Partner MyMedia. The goal was to implement a state-of-the-art
communications network that was more effective and time saving. They also want
a technology solution that enhanced the images of their new state-of-the-art

Content was developed using a
series of templates that provided the staff with the ability to change content
quickly and easily.

Each screen served two
channels: the first was a digital signage information network playing
announcements, news, weather, time and date in four zones. The second channel plays
live television feeds through a satellite multicast network.

The digital signage network designed and
implemented by MyMedia for the University of Toronto represents a
state-of-the-art solution to the university’s communications needs. You can
learn more about by visiting University of Toronto.


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