Category: Generate Revenue

The Dos and Don’ts of Livestreaming

Presenting Dos and Don’ts of Live Streaming from Daktronics – a list of tips for livestream technology operators to enhance the experience for everyone who watches high school sports and events online.

Get into the Madness of March – Make the Most of Your Digital Displays

The excitement of basketball tournaments is here. Attract more eyes to your digital display with data feeds, templates and creative advertising.

Big Stream Provides Big Benefits at Lincoln High School

One thing this pandemic has shown us is that we still have a lot to learn. Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, SD, is taking full advantage of the opportunity. As Activities Director Joey Struwe says, implementing new technology is helping athletes, students, fans and even sponsors get through this unusual year. “We were looking ...

Yes, you CAN sell sponsorships during a pandemic

Are you trying to decide if you should be out selling sponsorships right now? You can do it with some help and inspiration.

Student-run and Marketing Fun

Timber Creek High School installed a video board to achieve and exceed their gameday dreams. Their revenue stream has never been larger or steadier.

Video Board Takes Athletics’ Budget to New Heights

Madison High School in South Dakota took their new facility to the next level with a video board that paid for itself…and a brand-new coach bus.

Make the most of your fall sports live stream

It’s nearly time to think fall sports! While things may be different this year, you can keep the fans engaged even when they can’t be at the event.

8 Themes Schools Are Embracing

With the constant ebbs and weaves of the school system, a few emerging themes are really gaining traction in schools around the country.

Small Town, Big Dreams

The rural town of Utica, Nebraska, upgraded Centennial Public School’s outdoor and indoor scoring systems to video boards. Their story serves as inspiration for many small schools with big dreams.

Big Upgrade Leads to Even Bigger Opportunities

It all started when the Canyon Ridge High School boys’ basketball coach asked a parent to help find funding for a new scoring table. That conversation led to a fully financed center-hung video scoreboard highlighting the big rivalry game on senior night less than three months later.