lobbyTV, a technology company headquartered in Fort Worth, TX, has announced the launch of a cloud-based digital signage solution that allows any TV to be turned into a digital sign. The company boasts that its platform is the most cost-effective of its kind on the market and the first to allow live streaming of radio stations behind slideshows.
How does it work?
Using lobbytv’s cloud-based platform, users have the ability to schedule and display visually engaging content at the touch of a button. Drag and drop content and instantly send it to any TV anytime, anywhere. A seamless integration with Google Slides and PowerPoint streamlines the process even further.
For businesses, plug in a supported streaming media player, download the app from Amazon Appstore or Google Play, drag and drop content into the CMS and publish to one or multiple screens.
“When we began researching the applications for digital signage software, we found that the fear of technology and the cost to produce content was the driving force in preventing the adoption of this technology,” said Bhuvan Pasham, lobbyTV founder and CEO. “Our goal was to solve these problems and make digital signage readily available and cost-effective for businesses of all sizes. Through plug and play technology and the integration of common slideshow tools, we have created a platform that anyone can easily use and effectively eliminated the need for technical installation.”
lobbyTV works with a wide variety of Android and Google devices and is currently available for download at the Amazon and Google Play app stores.
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