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Digital Signage Association Votes for Independence, Trade Show

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The Digital Signage Association announced today that its advisory board unanimously approved two initiatives: The DSA will immediately be incorporated as a non-profit industry association, governed by an independent board of directors. A task force has been assigned to secure proposals from professional trade show management companies to help establish a digital signage conference and trade show under the direction of the Digital Signage Association.

Stuart Armstrong, President of DSA, noted that there was clear consensus among its members to establish a conference & trade show for the industry by the industry with proceeds substantially staying in the industry.

The group has been working on these projects for several months and expects to register the DSA as a non-profit corporation immediately. DSA is set to announce its plan by May 3 for a conference & trade show to be held in 2011.

The DSA, established in 2007, has enjoyed rapid growth. It lists over 425 members with the majority being companies who are users of digital signage technology.

The Advisory Board of Digital Signage Association includes the following companies:

Adflow Networks
Cisco Systems
Digital Signage Today
Diversified Media Group
Electronic Art
GRG Wireless
In-Store Experience
Intel Corporation
John Ryan
Keywest Technology
LG Electronics
Magenta Research
NCR Netkey
NEC Display Solutions
NetWorld Alliance
Platt Retail Institute
Premier Retail Networks
Reflect Systems
Rhombus Services
Samsung Electronics
SeeSaw Networks
Seneca Data
Six Flags
Starmount Systems
Tightrope Media Systems
Walsh Wireless
Wireless Ronin


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