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D.C. Metro system to install digital signage network

WashingtonPost: Washington’s Metro plans to install a digital signage network to carry system information and advertising in rail cars, train stations, buses and bus shelters in an effort to improve customer communication and earn much-needed revenue, officials said yesterday. The screens would supplement the popular electronic display boards on train platforms and at station entrances, which list arrival times and elevator and escalator outages. The 65-inch LCD monitors would show not only train arrival times, but also the time, weather and news. About two-thirds of the screen would be devoted to advertising.
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