ScreenScape5 – The 3 Most Important Concepts

Media Corner is a series of video tutorials for our users who are interested in learning the in’s and out’s of our digital signage software.

In this video we review the 3 most important concepts in ScreenScape5: Media, Playlists, and Hardware.
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Creating Media in ScreenScape5


Media Corner is a series of video tutorials for our users who are interested in learning the in’s and out’s of our software.

I’m Katie, a Media Designer here at ScreenScape, and I’m happy to share my insight on using our software for your own creations.

In this episode we introduce you to the basics of creating media in ScreenScape5.
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Digital Signage for Internal Communications: Messages That Will Actually Get Read

ScreenScape Digital Signage is Perfect for Internal Communications

“The communications gap within institutions has been widening steadily — to the point where it threatens to become an unbridgeable gulf of total misunderstanding.”
~ Peter Drucker

Let’s face it email can be the bane of an employee’s existence. Email overload is real. It cuts into productivity. A poorly written email can be misread, and a well written email can be easily missed. Perhaps that’s why it’s not surprising when the boss hears from an employee they “didn’t get the memo”.
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Medical Pharmacies Engages Residents with Place-based Media

  • Specialty Pharmacy Services Provider Chooses Technology by ScreenScape. 
  • Ease-of-deployment, ease-of use, and distributed co-management capabilities cited as key factors in selecting ScreenScape.

MARKHAM, ON and CHARLOTTETOWN, PE  – (May 3, 2018) – Ontario-based Medical Pharmacies Group Limited (“Medical Pharmacies”) announced Friday it has selected ScreenScape Networks Inc. (“ScreenScape”) to replace its legacy digital signage solution and expand its resident media network. Medical Pharmacies is Canada’s leading pharmacy specializing in providing services to long term care, retirement homes and extended care facilities. They use place-based media to communicate with residents, publishing their own customized programming on television screens which are mounted in lobbies, dining rooms, and other communal areas where residents gather.
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