Have you notices  how much more digital signage you’re seeing now a days?  Look at how many monitors you see in stores advertising products.  Well, you’re about to see more. “Later this year, at ShopRite supermarkets in the eastern US, Microsoft will be rolling out computerized shopping carts. These carts will allow people with a ShopRite card to enter their shopping list on the ShopRite site from home, and then pull up the list on their grocery cart when they swipe their card. The new carts will also display advertisements depending on where in the supermarket the cart is, using RFID technology to help locate it.”

“Later this year, at ShopRite supermarkets in the eastern US, Microsoft will be rolling out computerized shopping carts. These carts will allow people with a ShopRite card to enter their shopping list on the ShopRite site from home, and then pull up the list on their grocery cart when they swipe their card. The new carts will also display advertisements depending on where in the supermarket the cart is, using RFID technology to help locate it.”

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Big U Media Offers Professional Radio Jingles

Posted by admin on April 25th, 2008

Perhaps you’re an advertising agency or production house, and you need a custom jingle to flavor up your your client’s monthly radio or tv commercial. Or maybe you’re in the mood for a custom music score for the soundtrack to your company’s multimedia presentation. From commercial music beds and broadcast radio tv jingle production, to custom soundtracks and music scoring, Big U Media can make it happen, all at an affordable, royalty-free, buy-out price.

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Jingles can also be used for parody purposes, popularized in Top 40/CHR radio formats primarily Hot30 Countdown and Christian Music News Scoop, used primarily for branding reasons. Parody also allows radio networks to bypass copyright law through parody provisions. It brands the segment as both light-hearted and commercial, thus fulfilling its use as a branding component.

Once again proving that Big U Media does it all.  Professional Radio Jingles, advertising, commercial video production, web development and hosting.  Digital signage and Audio Visual Rentals and sales.  A true one stop advertising resource in tampa bay, Florida.

Big U Media Secures An Emmy Award Winning Videographer

Posted by admin on April 14th, 2008

Tampa, FL – April 15, 2008 Big U Media a Tampa Florida Advertising and Marketing company welcomes Joseph Bamford to its video production team. Joseph Bamford began his career in video production and photo journalism in 1991. In 2003 Mr. Bamford was awarded an Emmy Award for his photo journalism. Big U Media is a full service commercial video production company that produces and edits videos for all types of businesses in Florida.

 

 

For more information, go to http://www.bigumedia.com. Questions can be directed to (813) 984-2800 or email: info@bigumedia.com

 

About Big U Media (http://www.bigumedia.com)

Founded in 2003, Big U Media helps is a true one stop shop for advertisers. We provide campaigns for television, radio and print media. Full service video production of promotional videos. We help advertisers to reach their target market using various methods of advertising and marketing. Big U Media also offers complete Audio/Visual services. Professional installation of video conferencing, audio systems and digital signage.

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Contact: Keith Webster

Email: kwebster@bigumedia.com
Phone: 813-984-2800

View press release here:Press Release: Big U Media Secures An Emmy Award Winning Videographer

Minority Report-like interface gets demoed at CeBIT

Posted by admin on March 23rd, 2008

I would never admit that I saw the movie Minority Report, however, the whole control room bit was quite cool. It’s far from the first Minority Report-like interface to make the rounds, but that doesnt seem to have prevented the massive setup pictured above from drawing a crowd at CeBIT, which one attendee thankfully captured on video. As you can see for yourself after the break, the rig lets you do all the usual moving, flipping and resizing, without the need for pesky gloves or silly headgear.

Needless to say, theres no indication as to where this particular bit of technology is headed next, but it seems safe to assume that it’ll become a fixture of trade shows for years to come. There is still that user interface problem, I mean, I hate texting. Why am I the only one who hates texting? There needs to be some sort of voice recognition to make this work well.

Welcome to Big U Media

Posted by admin on February 18th, 2008

Welcome to Big U Media A full service Advertising & Marketing Company. Audio Visual and Web Development.

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