New Barco Company Magazine Launched

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RANCHO CORDOVA, CA--Barco is proud to announce the launch of the first issue of its brand new company magazine, redefine. The magazine will be issued 3 times a year and will be covering a broad variety of topics such as articles on new technologies, market trends and product innovation, in short it will be showcasing Barco's leading role within the professional visualization industry.

People can also subscribe to get a printed version of the magazine.

Find out more about the highlights of this issue below.

Subscribe at www.barco.com/relink.asp?id=3649&cid=11928&ctype=C

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