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Lyle Bunn Releases 4th Edition of eBook “Digital Signage Planning Guide”

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Digital signage consultant and educator Lyle Bunn has announced the release of the 4th Edition of his “Digital Signage Planning Guide” CD Rom eBook at InfoComm 09 in Orlando, where he will be presenting several seminars.

First released in 2005, the Digital Signage Planning Guide, available only on CD ROM, now includes 74 chapters in five sections including Overview and Glossaries, Network Planning, Uses and Applications of Digital Signage, Content and Progress Briefings.

The 4th edition, available at LyleBunn.com, also includes the handout materials and templates Bunn authored and used to provide his “SPEED” Digital Signage Training Program, which has been delivered to more than 500 industry professionals since it was first offered in mid-January 2009.

Bunn is a regular speaker at the Digital Signage Expo and other events.

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