Coffee and Controversy

DSF announces 2018 NYDSW breakfast
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DSF announces 2018 NYDSW breakfast

The Digital Signage Federation (DSF) recently announced its annual “Coffee and Controversy” event during New York Digital Signage Week. This year’s topics will revolve around international markets and how to foster growth within the digital out-of-home (DOOH) landscape.

The October 31st event kicks off at 8 a.m. with breakfast and industry networking. The first panel, A Global Perspective on Digital Signage, will begin at 9:00 a.m. Moderated by Peerless-AV’s vice president of sales for North America and APAC and DSF board member Brian McClimans, the session will feature a multinational panel discussing how the industry can work together globally to achieve success. The second panel is titled DOOH: The True Story and will be moderated by Laura Davis Taylor, co-founder of High Street Collective and DSF board member. This discussion will discover the key results and score cards used to judge DOOH.

Registration is complimentary and information can be found at


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DSF Coffee & Controvery Breakfast Discussion

The Digital Signage Federation will host Coffee & Controversy – a Breakfast, featuring a panel discussion in New York City during Digital Signage Week on Tuesday, November 3rd from 8:30-10:15am at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar in the heart of Times Square.

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DSF Live Tour of Fulton Center

The Digital Signage Federation has partnered with Digital Signage Expo to host a live installation tour of the Fulton Center in lower Manhattan that will take place immediately following its Coffee & Controversy Breakfast event on Nov. 3.