Learfield Sports Acquires Controlling Interest in ANC Sports Enterprises

March 3, 2015

The acquired company will continue to operate as ANC and co-founder Jerry Cifarelli will remain at the helm.

6 Ways Smart Technology is Accelerating Digital Signage Adoption

February 25, 2015

Advances in smart technology have the potential to open up digital signage to a much broader customer base, from large enterprises to smaller organizations.

San Jose Earthquakes Shake Up Fan Experience with Daktronics Displays

February 23, 2015

The displays installed will give the venue the most video display square footage at any Major League Soccer stadium.

Cleveland Cavaliers' Scoreboard Improves Viewing Angles

February 18, 2015

By curving and tilting large video screens, all patrons, from the top row to the bottom, now have the best viewing experience possible.

Daktronics Brings 13HD Digital Signage Technology to Minor Leagues

February 16, 2015

The Dayton Dragons selected the company to design, manufacture and install the unique combination 13HD digital video display and scoreboard.

Oakland Athletics Choose Daktronics for New LED Video Display System

February 10, 2015

Two main video displays and two ribbon displays to be installed for 2015 season

Technomedia Ignites Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium

February 6, 2015

Mood Media’s creative innovation brand designed and installed a new video display and scoreboard that was used for the NAIA football championship.

Daktronics Digital Signage Upgrades Fairfield University Athletic Facilities

February 6, 2015

New LED video display and sound equipment have been added to Rafferty lacrosse stadium and Lessing soccer field.

DSE Announces Wake Up With DSE! Theme for Apex Awards Breakfast

February 3, 2015

Start your day with a super-charged morning dedicated to the unveiling of the 2015 DSE Apex Installation and Content Award winners.

Daktronics to Build Circular LED Video Display for New Atlanta Stadium

February 2, 2015

Totaling approximately 63,800 square feet, this non-traditional LED video display will be more than five stories high and three times as large as the current largest single display board in the NFL.


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