Screenmedia is a magazine, an online portal and an exhibition covering all the developments in the digital out-of-home media sector globally. This industry overlaps the wide-format digital print sector and offers both competition and opportunity.
Screenmedia provides everyone in the value chain of screen media, digital signage, digital out-of-home and convergent media with informed, non-partisan news, information resources and advice on making the most of this sector’s boundless opportunities.
Screenmedia magazine is published six times a year and with its controlled circulation is free to those actively involved in purchasing or specifying Screenmedia networks and digital signage technology products and services.
- If you are in the UK, please click here to register for the magazine for free
- If you are based overseas, please click here to subscribe to the magazine
The site was originally founded in 2008 as SCREENS.tv and was re-launched as Screenmediamag.com in February 2011. The website is regularly updated with news stories, blogs, events listings and more.
Screenmedia expo 2012
Screenmedia is changing the way people connect with brands. Business is trying to catch-up. Screenmedia expo can help close the gap. As the only dedicated forum of its type in Europe, Screenmedia expo provides an ideal environment that mixes media and technology to present your products & services to customers.
Our editorial policy
Screenmediamag.com is largely written by professional journalists specialising in:
Unlike many other websites, we never publish raw press releases or other PR material – everything you read here has been evaluated, sanity-checked and researched by our team. (Except, of course, for blogs and other pieces clearly marked as opinion.) We don’t publish a forward features list. Please send your news to the editor.
Contributing to Screenmedia
We are always happy to consider publishing opinion pieces from experienced individuals in digital out-of-home and related businesses. The ideal piece will:
- Be around 6-700 words long
- Make a coherent and non-obvious point about some aspect of the sector
- Not preach to the converted (our readers already know this medium’s a good thing; they don’t need to be persuaded)
- Not be published anywhere else
Getting your news published
Due to the speed of change in the digital out-of-home sector and our editorial process, we can’t possibly cover every new product, network rollout, etcetera. We try, instead, to pick those stories which illuminate broader trends or look likely to have a significant long-term impact.
But that doesn’t mean your time is wasted in sending your news to Screenmedia, far from it. Everything that comes in gets read, and even if it isn’t used today, it may well result in editorial coverage of your company in the future.
Please send submissions, or outlines, to the editor. And please don’t be afraid to be controversial, or to criticise.
We have very few opportunities for paid freelance contributors but if you have particular expertise in this sector, and especially if you’re based somewhere other than western Europe or North America, we’re happy to hear from you. Again, contact the editor.
Corrections and complaints
We try not to get things wrong, but it happens. If you spot an error in a Screenmediamag.com story, or you think we’ve been unfair, please contact the editor. It’s nearly always possible to fix the damage.
Advertising, sponsorship and other commercial opportunities
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