Summary: This free 60-minute session benefits entertainment venue technologists and marketing and communications professionals responsible for their facility’s digital signage communications network. The webinar discusses the ways in which entertainment venue professionals are currently leveraging their digital signage infrastructures outside of their physical plants during the COVID-19 outbreak, and going forward, how they foresee using digital signage differently when their facilities reopen to the public.
Attendees will learn:
• How their peers are using digital signage for safety messaging during this crisis.
• How their peers are planning to leverage digital signage to assist with the return of guests.
• The importance of having a “return” strategy in place.
Angel Cordero leads Digital Signage solutions for Walt Disney Parks & Resorts worldwide. His team creates digital signage and interactive kiosks for a wide range of segments including resorts, entertainment, transportation, food, merchandise, and cast communications. He drives the global strategy, technology platforms, and processes; as well as leading new projects from requirements to deployment. Cordero has worked with technology and multi-media for more than 20 years. He has an MBA in Management from NYU Stern; and MS, BS in Computer Engineering from The City University of New York (CUNY). He lives in Orlando, Florida with his wife and three daughters.
Jerry Harris has been in the digital media industry for more than 15 years and oversees the implementation and advancement of analog and digital displays throughout the Georgia Aquarium facility. Harris serves on the Digital Signage Expo Board of Advisors, and in 2010, he was inducted into the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in addition to holding a leadership position with the North Metro Atlanta Chapter of 100 Black Men.
Ralph Schorbach has driven the modernization and formation of technology into the everyday operations at Fairplex for nearly 20 years. He manages and coordinates all technology systems related to the data centers, telecommunications, networking, application operations and security, audio/video, admissions, ticketing, and digital signage.