Click Effects on a Roll After Eventful First Quarter

Click Effects has had a very fruitful first quarter, delivering content for LED video screens at the Super Bowl and partnering with Big Screen Networks for the NBA All-Star events at American Airlines Center and Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, TX, The Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and the 2010 NCAA Final Four Tournament.

Click Effects also welcomed a bevy of new users, including the Cleveland Indians, the University of Nebraska, the Richmond International Speedway, Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center, the Meadowlands Complex of New Jersey, the Pawtucket Red Sox, and the Lincoln Salt Dogs.

Click Effects systems provide video and audio content control and delivery for live sports and entertainment events.  The systems of Click Effects, CrossFire, BLAZE, FlashBack and Pro Audio offer reliable delivery, management, and control of content for display systems of stadiums and arenas.  Using simple point and click, Click Effects CrossFire, BLAZE, FlashBack, and Pro Audio systems deliver scheduled and live impulse video clips, audio tracks, graphics, instant replays, animation, and sponsor ads.

Click Effects CrossFire and Blaze systems allow a user, at a moments notice, to easily organize, manipulate, and select from thousands of videos, live feeds, stills, stats, animations, ads. Users can create and edit on the fly, and deliver that content to the correct screen or all screens at the right moment.

“We’re thrilled to have worked with Click Effects in a large majority of our installations over the past several years and especially at the AAC in Dallas,” says Ed Whitaker, SVP of Marketing for Lighthouse. “Their systems are the most intuitive and user friendly and their commitment to service is incredible.”

Over the years, Click Effects has also been selected for the World Series, the Final Four, the Rose Bowl, the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, various PGA and Rodeo Championships, the Indianapolis 500, several NASCAR events, hundreds of major colleges and universities, approx 75% of all Major and Minor League Baseball teams, and over half of all NBA, NHL, and NFL teams.

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