Minneapolis, Minn. (PRWEB) October 5, 2009
Screenfeed, the digital signage content store, has publicly released its premium weather content channels that provide high-definition weather graphics and video to digital-out-of-home networks.
Weather is the #1 requested content for digital screens. Digital signage network operators now have easy access to high-quality, un-branded and affordable weather content - and in HD! Weather graphics and video are delivered in a variety of formats up to full 1920x1080 resolution - which look beautiful on screen. No branding is present on the content allowing the network to be seen as the content provider.
Weather content for digital signage include a large set of weather maps, animated weather radar, severe weather advisories as well as complete video weather forecasts by experienced meteorologists available in HD or standard definition.
International weather data and graphics including current conditions, 24-hour outlook and a 7-day forecast are available for any location on the globe.
Screenfeed digital signage content is continuously delivered throughout the day to keep content up-to-date and works with any digital signage software or hardware including PCs, media players or digital photo frames.
All weather content channels are available in HD up to 1920x1080, 1366x768 or 1024x768 and can be scaled down to fill any 16:9 or 4:3 zone. Custom sizing and custom weather presentations for smaller zones or ticker bars are also available.
To see samples of Screenfeed's HD Weather feeds and other digital signage content visit the Screenfeed website.
Screenfeed is "The Digital Signage Content Store" - delivering a variety of licensed content for digital signage including feeds of news, sports, celebrity gossip, photo trivia, local event information, HD video scenery, data feeds and weather. Each content channel attracts attention to screens and entertains viewers in a variety of venues including at the gas pump, company lobbies, health care, automotive, hotel or transportation venues.
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