All posts by Daktronics High School Sports

New Year, New Gear

2018 has faded away and the New Year is upon us. However, the celebration’s not over just yet at Daktronics. While we won’t be shooting off fireworks, we are toasting a new round of products and capabilities we are introducing to the market in 2019.

Get Social on Your Video Display

Looking for ways to get the crowd more engaged with game day? Get your fans where they spend their time, on social media.

50 Years in the Industry

Since our creation on Dec. 9, 1968, we’ve been dedicated to bringing visions to life for our clients.

Happy Holidays!

Daktronics will be closed for the holidays from December 24, 2018 – January 4, 2019. Please take the holiday break into account when working with your Daktronics representative to plan your end-of-the-year projects. Customer service will be open to assist with urgent service requests on all closed days except December 24-25 & January 1. If ...

Students Immersed in Game-Day Production

Juab High School in Nephi, Utah, has gotten much more use out of its outdoor video display than just during football games. The school’s sports marketing class uses the display to learn how to produce game-day content and run the show during football games.

Creative Display Use Comes to Life on Twitter

Daktronics displays have many capabilities, but Oak Creek High School in Oak Creek, Wisc., added a new feature to its display: a personality.

Fuel the Fire with Playoff Animations

Are you hosting either a football or volleyball post-season event? Do you have the animations to keep the crowd’s enthusiasm going strong? Daktronics has the animations you need for playoffs.

The Power of Your Co-op

When schools need to make large purchases, they can go through their local co-op to save some money. The co-op lists pre-approved vendors, saving schools time, money and hassle by listing their choices. When it came time to purchase a video display for their field, North Scott High School in Iowa was pleased to see a 10% discount when purchasing a display through their co-op.

When in Rome

Rome High School in Georgia takes their football seriously; they’ve won 2 state championships back to back and are on track for a third. When the City of Rome learned they would be hosting a double header for the first day of the coveted Corky Kell Classic football series, a showcase of some of the toughest teams in the state, they knew it was time to step up their scoreboard’s game.

High Schools Light Up Friday Nights

Schools are using Friday Night Lights to not only keep fans entertained, but to reach non-athlete students and expand their budgets.