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Daktronics Video Displays

Don't Leave Money on the Table

A Daktronics video display can help you add revenue to your athletic budget. Schools that go digital and partner with DSM bring in an average of $40,000 in revenue per year. That could pay for your video display and fund a lot of your wish list!

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Behind-The-Scenes Experience

Give your high school students an experience of a lifetime working behind-the-scenes for games and other events. From creating content to running the cameras, schools are realizing the opportunities a classroom-integrated video display provides.

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Harrisburg High School
 
Harrisburg High School

 

 

[Our multi-media teacher] is super excited about it. She’s in the press box a lot, teaching students how to use the board.Rayce RobinsonAlmunusJonathan Alder High School
Students from our radio and TV class run the cameras during the games. William Greene William GreeneChief Operating OfficerParma High School Byers Field
The entire project was student-centered. Students run the board and content and meet with sponsors to create and edit ads.Justin ThoringtonPrincipal and Athletic DirectorKalkaska High School
We have students who worked on the board in TV stations. It’s is a huge opportunity. Kids are getting degrees in it. Chris Watsonpresident of Chapin Eagle Club athletic boostersChapin High School
We’ve got kids at USC and Clemson, and even at ESPN, as a result of working on that board. Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, tooChris Watsonpresident of Chapin Eagle Club athletic boostersChapin High School

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Turn your Daktronics scoreboards and displays into an engaging, student-driven experience!

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[Our multi-media teacher] is super excited about it. She’s in the press box a lot, teaching students how to use the board.Rayce RobinsonAlmunusJonathan Alder High School
Students from our radio and TV class run the cameras during the games. William Greene William GreeneChief Operating OfficerParma High School Byers Field
The entire project was student-centered. Students run the board and content and meet with sponsors to create and edit ads.Justin ThoringtonPrincipal and Athletic DirectorKalkaska High School
We have students who worked on the board in TV stations. It’s is a huge opportunity. Kids are getting degrees in it. Chris Watsonpresident of Chapin Eagle Club athletic boostersChapin High School
We’ve got kids at USC and Clemson, and even at ESPN, as a result of working on that board. Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, tooChris Watsonpresident of Chapin Eagle Club athletic boostersChapin High School

 
 
 

This Is Just The Beginning

Want to see how schools are using their video displays. We feature real customer stories on our blog to help inspire you about new ways to use your display. Trends that are proven, new trends to keep your fans on their toes, and moving into the future of re-imagining the classroom.

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