"Content is king" is an overused, but nonetheless valid, expression in the digital signage industry. A signage network can employ 4K, 3D, virtual reality, and who knows what else to attract the attention of the target audience. But after the thrill wears off, the screens better show something relevant or the network will be reduced to cutting edge wallpaper.
Vox Optima CEO Merritt Hamilton Allen joined the roundtable discussion on a recent episode. New Mexico In Focus airs Fridays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 7 a.m. on Channel 5.1, and Saturdays at 5 p.m. on Channel 9.1.
Vox Optima hosted May's DC area Third Wednesday PAO gathering with an open house and discussion featuring veteran journalist and broadcaster Jamie McIntyre and DaveBrown of the Washington Examiner National Security Team. The discussion was webcast live at VoxOptima.com and is available for viewing on-demand above.
Big thank you to Jamie McIntyre, Dave Brown, Suzette Kettenhofen, DC area PAO's, Jeff Waller of PCG and the Vox Optima Team for making this a great discussion, open house and live webcast.
I really wish the latest leaked audio about my least favorite presidential candidate was a true scandal. To bring you up to date, the GOP primary leader with the most impressive combover of the last two centuries recently appeared on a morning talk show on a 24-hour cable news network. During a break from live broadcast, the guest politician chatted amicably with the anchors, and even asked their opinion about his opponents' ads.
A Facebook friend of mine just posted this Dogs or Cats? video showing how dogs and cats, respectively, train their young. I have both experienced the cat method - a hearty shove off the edge, and the dog method - reinforcement and support.
Obviously, we all want to be trained by dogs.
Unless, you were trained by cats first.