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Digital Signage Planning Guidebook

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A new planning guidebook for Digital Signage networks is now available online from industry veteran Lyle Bunn offers 30 chapters and over 90 slides in native word and powerpoint formats to improve the planning, speed of deployment and success of Digital Signage, narrowcasting and In-Store TV networks.

The The $49.45 CD- ROM e-book planning guidebook will be very valuable to suppliers, systems integrators, operators, advertisers and investors seeking to be successful in this explosive industry. The Introduction, Table of Contents and ordering instructions are available at www.LyleBunn.com. Sections include Overview and Glossaries, Uses and Applications of Digital Signage, Network Planning, Content Overview , Industry Direction Briefings and Presentation materials. The 31 chapters and 90 PowerPoint slides rich in graphics and charts, are provided in native Word (.doc) and PowerPoint (.ppt) formats to allow easy use in project and business planning.

"Digital Signage offers new revenue opportunities for many organizations and the planning process is key to achieving this" said e-book author Lyle Bunn, adding "I believe that every market planning and customer-facing person in every organization involved with Dynamic Digital Signage will benefit from using this resource."

Lyle Bunn has assisted hundreds of networks and suppliers in launching successful digital signage systems. Bunn has Chaired or presented at every major Digital Signage industry conference in the past two years, and has over a hundred media references to his credit. He was the Founding Chair of the Education Committee of the POPAI North America Digital Signage Working Group and currently serves as Strategy Architect at Alchemy, the dynamic digital signage content division of St. Joseph Communications. For information: www.lylebunn.com, or email: info@lylebunn.com

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