Confederation Centre of the Arts joins ScreenScape's Innovative Venue Network to Promote Theatre, Arts and Culture

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National Arts Institution joins ScreenScape's Venue Network to promote their various arts programs on screen displays on site.

ScreenScape Venue Networking

We are pleased to welcome the prestigious Confederation Centre of the Arts to the ScreenScape Community. They provide further testimony to the value we offer multi-faceted public institutions. Conventional digital signage projects at multi-venue destinations like theirs can be expensive and overly complex. Venue Networking addresses these challenges at a fraction of the traditional cost.

National Historic Site of Canada, the Confederation Centre of the Arts, has announced the selection and deployment of ScreenScape's Venue Networking platform. ScreenScape is being used to power screen displays which promote the Centre's products, services and partners.

  
Mike Cochrane, Chief Operations Officer noted, "ScreenScape improves communication with our guests at the Centre. We needed a solution that we could program quickly and could be implemented without breaking our budget. ScreenScape was easy to use and was much lower in cost than other approaches we've explored in the past."
 
"We think it makes sense to use screen displays in our Centre to present relevant information to our patrons before they purchase tickets and during intermissions. Already we've used ScreenScape to preview performances with video, to recognize sponsors and donors, and much more. Of course it also presents a great opportunity for us to tell our current guests about other performances, services and community events that are going on within the facility. We depend on repeat business so, for us, the importance of on-site marketing is hard to overstate." added David Mackenzie, CEO of Confederation Centre.

Cochrane went on to comment on the flexibility of the service, "Our Centre contains a large soft seat theatre, a box office, a restaurant, a coffee shop, an art gallery, and a public library. Some of these venues are directly controlled by the Centre, and some are operated by sister organizations. We wanted a solution that maintained a single look-and-feel, but still permitted each venue to achieve their independent communication goals. ScreenScape's venue networking approach was a perfect fit: elegant, efficient and cost-effective for each of our stakeholders." 
 
Mark Hemphill, ScreenScape Founder and Chief Product Officer, commented: "We are pleased to welcome the prestigious Confederation Centre of the Arts to the ScreenScape Community. They provide further testimony to the value we offer multi-faceted public institutions. Conventional digital signage projects at multi-venue destinations like theirs can be expensive and overly complex. Venue Networking addresses these challenges at a fraction of the traditional cost." 
 
About Confederation Centre of the Arts
The Confederation Centre of the Arts was founded in 1964 as Canada's National Memorial to the Fathers of Confederation, who gathered at Province House in 1864 to discuss the creation of our country. The Centre is open year-round and showcases the best in the Canadian visual and performing arts. It houses several theatres, an art gallery, Mavor's bistro and bar and a gift shop. 

About ScreenScape Networks
ScreenScape is an Internet Service and Community that offers a smarter, simpler and more cost-effective way to use screen displays in your venue. Members of ScreenScape form a community of venues interconnecting to establish a shared resource and a marketplace for exchanging content.
ScreenScape Networks Inc.
(902) 368-1975
screenscape@screenscape.net
P.O. Box 291, 133 Queen Street, 3rd Floor, Charlottetown, PE C1A 7K4 Canada
http://screenscape.net

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