Shawnee Mission, KS (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
March Madness 2013 is underway with the Round of 64 starting this Thursday. From now until the championship game on April 8, NCAA basketball fans will be on the lookout for game scores and updates. Rise Vision makes it easy for organizations with digital signage to transform their displays to real-time scoreboards to keep viewers posted with the latest scores and news.
Rise Vision, a developer of a free enterprise digital signage platform, is offering two free digital signage templates that enable users to easily customize visual displays that show live game scores, brackets, Twitter, and the latest headline news.
According to Ryan Cahoy, the templates were designed by the company’s partner, Rise Display and are available for all users of the Rise Vision Platform. “Next to the Super Bowl, March Madness is the biggest sports event of the year. We want to make it easy for people to stay connected with the fast-paced action they’re looking for, all the way to the final game.”
Both March Madness 2013 Templates—Scoreboard Presentation and Bracket Presentation—include the Rise Vision Sports Gadget to show current game schedules and scores along with the RSS Gadget showing the latest headlines from NCAA. The Scoreboard Presentation features an area with a Twitter Gadget for displaying the latest NCAA tweets while the Bracket Presentation includes video highlights from NCAA.com along with an animated bracket showing the regional results. The digital signage templates for March Madness 2013 are available at http://www.risedisplay.com/creative-design/templates/.
Rise Display is offering a free web training session to help users customize their March Madness templates. The 30-minute March Madness Content Training session takes place today, March 19, at 2:00 p.m., and users can register at http://www.risedisplay.com/get-help/user-training/. Participants will learn how to customize news feeds to the desired news source, plus schedule the March Madness presentations on the display, change the video feed as needed, and set up their own Twitter search criteria.
Rise Vision (http://www.risevision.com) has been developing digital signage for over 20 years. In recent years the company has been developing the web platform for digital signage.
Rise Display (http://www.risedisplay.com) provides value added services such as training, creative design, telephone support, and display / media player bundles for the Rise Vision Platform.