The SPEED On! program, an advanced pre-Digital Signage Expo program focused on network optimization strategies, produced and hosted by Lyle Bunn for current end users, network operators and suppliers, will include two moderated “town hall” sessions.
The town hall discussions will follow “key learnings” presentations in the “Better Content” and “CMS Transition” sessions with special program guests Kim Sarubbi, CEO of Saddle Ranch Digital, and Robert Orndorff, executive vice president of the Automotive Broadcast Network.
These town hall discussions will advance the awareness of solutions as SPEED On! participants share their challenges and the approaches that they have developed to overcome them.
These elements are part of the four-hour SPEED On! program aimed at moving existing networks to the next level of operating effectiveness.
The new SPEED On! program will help improve the success of existing corporate and ad-based digital signage networks. This information-rich advanced program will address areas such as key industry trends, common problems and structural challenges, ROI, transition to third-party advertising and sponsored messaging, integrating with the "Paid-Owned-Earned" media model, content strategy, technology architecture/infrastructure and linking to mobile. Separate registration required. See http://www.digitalsignageexpo.net/speed-II-digital-signage-training.
SPEED On! follows the popular SPEED Digital Signage Training Program as presented for new end users and suppliers at previous Digital Signage Expo Events, now available online at www.DSEG.org.
Lyle Bunn (Ph.D Hon.) is author and presenter of SPEED On! Bunn is a well-known provider of independent dynamic media advisory and education services for organizations in the retail, food services, education, financial services, health care, government and consumer services sectors as well as ad-based digital place-based network operators. Bunn has published more than 250 articles and white papers and his SPEED Digital Signage Training Program, available online at www.DSEG.org, is used for projects and professionals to better plan, operate and supply dynamic media networks.