• Prismview Appoints Don Szczepaniak as President and CEO


  • Prismview Appoints Don Szczepaniak as President and CEO

    Szczepaniak Joins Prismview to Drive Strategic Growth for LED Digital Signage

    LOGAN, UTAH, AUGUST 03, 2017 — Prismview, A Samsung Electronics Company, today announces the appointment of Don Szczepaniak as President and CEO. Szczepaniak will be responsible for setting the strategic growth plan and driving sales objectives for Prismview – a leading LED sign and display manufacturer.

    “As Prismview continues to deepen its relationships with customers in the U.S. and abroad, it is critical for the company to have a leader with industry experience to ensure both quick wins and long-term success,” said YounSik Kim, Vice President of Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics. “Don has proven expertise in delivering quality results and is a strong leader. We look forward to his contributions as we continue to address the evolving needs of our customer base.”

    “I am honored to join the Prismview and Samsung family and look forward to the opportunities we have to expand our global footprint,” said Don Szczepaniak, President and CEO of Prismview. “The company was built on a foundation of innovation and continues to push boundaries in the marketplace, further reinforcing our leading position in the digital display industry.”

    Szczepaniak joins Prismview from Panasonic, where he held several leadership roles over a 30 year span. He most recently held the role of Executive Vice President of the Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, a division of Panasonic Corporation of North America.

    Media Contact:
    Brenna Eller
    (Corporate Communications – US)

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  • Baltimore Ravens Look To Soar With NFL’s Best After Upgrading Video Boards

    The team is adding two 4K video displays, upgrading video-control room in first phase of a project to enhance fan experience… The new video displays, designed by PrismView – A Samsung Electronics Company, will occupy that location: below the upper level in each end zone. But, at 200 by 36 ft. each, they double the width of the old displays and give the RavensVision production team a significantly larger canvas. An LED ribbon display, circling the stadium at suite level, will also be added before phase one is completed in late July…

    Read the full Press Release on SVG News


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  • Prismview on Broadway

    Sunglass Hut

    Prismview recently installed an impressive display in Times Square. Located at the corner of Broadway
    and 45 th Street, the new display has 10mm pixel spacing, and boasts nearly 2.5 million pixels. The screen
    was custom manufactured and installed for Sunglass Hut. The display features a borderless 90 degree
    joint, allowing the sections to operate independently, or as a continuous wrap-around image. At 82’
    wide and 35’ tall, the sign is able to compete for the attention of approximately 50 million annual
    visitors in one of the most visually stimulating sites in the world.

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  • Samsung Illuminates Dehli’s National Science Centre

    National Science Centre

    Prismview – A Samsung Electronics Company, recently completed installation of a digital
    display in a new market. The National Science Centre, Delhi commissioned a new 8 foot wide by
    14 foot tall digital display to shine above the main entrance to the facility. Since 1992, the Centre
    has been dedicated to “the popularization of science among the people of the northern part of
    India in general and among the students in particular.” As Prismview’s first installation in India,
    Prismview is excited for the opportunity to provide the display that will welcome more than half
    a million visitors annually to the exciting, interactive museum. With brilliant colors and smooth
    animations, Prismview’s displays are distinctive in the industry. A local representative
    commented, “In India we have a large population of Chinese made displays. This one just
    stands out.” With this installation, Prismview looks forward to increasing its presence in the
    international marketplace.

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  • Prismview working with our Community


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    Neighborhood Housing Solutions, a Utah based Non-profit organization, recently celebrated their 20th anniversary.  They approached Prismview for support at the party to honor the non-profit and the families they serve. Prismview coordinated, delivered and set up a huge, 18’ wide x 10’ tall, high resolution LED video display as part of the event. This enabled Neighborhood Housing Solutions to show a presentation of their history as well as a fully animated movie. Over the past 20 years, Neighborhood Housing Solutions has assisted more than 2500 low-income families secure housing throughout Utah, including the construction of 373 new single family homes, assisting in the purchase of 157 homes for families with disabilities, improvement of 94 existing homes, and construction of 289 units in Multi-family structures. Prismview is proud to partner with organizations like Neighborhood Housing Solutions that are committed to providing such wonderful support for our community.

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  • Is outdoor digital signage eco-friendly?

    Sept. 23, 2016 | by Daniel Waldron

    Is your business eco-conscious? Are you unsure if outdoor digital signage is eco-friendly? Perhaps this will solve your dilemma.

    You’re considering upgrading from print-based advertising to digital advertising. You’ve already made the transition to online, but the problem is you’re not reaching the customer on the ground — those customers who enjoy a visit to Main Street or the shopping malls.

    The only way you know how to reach them is by using posters or billboards, which require huge amounts of paper and create even more waste, which is a black mark against your business in these eco-friendly times.

    You’ve looked at outdoor digital signage as a solution and perhaps created an “objection list.” Perhaps that list looks something like this:

    • digital signage costs too much;
    • it’s too much effort to maintain; and
    • my business is too small to go digital.

    You’re asking the wrong question about outdoor digital signage…

    Read the Full Article on Digital SignageToday

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  • 12Sep 2016

    Rogers Place opens to the public


    On Saturday, Sept. 10, Rogers Place welcomed nearly 60,000 people to a Public Open House.
    Prismview A Samsung Electronics Company, built and installed a new center hung Scoreboard,
    Fascias and other displays at the new Roger Place in Edmonton, AB.

    The Rogers Place LED Display package consists of 16 unique displays covering over 22,000 square
    feet of area inside and outside of the arena.  All displays for this project were built in Prismview’s
    Logan,Utah manufacturing facility before installation in the new 820,000 square foot home
    of the Edmonton Oilers.

    The Main Scoreboard assembly above center-ice is a dazzling combination of four 1080p HD Primary
    Video Screens, Corner Accent Details with adaptive LED back-light, Upper and Lower Halo Rings,
    and two Underbelly Ventral Displays – providing real-time game footage, instant replays, game and
    league statistics, static images, and animations creating full fan immersion for each of the 18,000 seats.

    The arena also features three distinct, multi-level LED Fascia Ribbons – Loge Level, Stage End, and
    Suite Level – with a combined length over 1,600 linear feet encircling the entire arena.

    Other LED displays installed throughout the property include the one-of-a-kind shaped
    Ford Hall Wintergarden display (shown below), Vomitory Displays, Box Office Tickers,
    Exterior Fascia Ribbons, Marquee, Retail, and Roadside screens – totaling over 25
    million pixels in LED signage.


  • Hornets Unveil New Scoreboard

    center-hung scoreboard

    The Charlotte Hornets today unveiled the team’s new center-hung scoreboard, four corner-hung auxiliary boards and double-ring LED ribbon boards.

    The new center-hung scoreboard, which is one of the biggest in the NBA, consists entirely of high definition electronic LED panels, with the screen forming the entire face of the scoreboard. The two sideline boards are the tallest in the NBA at 25.2’ high x 42.8’ wide, while the two baseline boards are 18’ high x 31.3’ wide. In terms of square footage, the sideline boards are 180% larger and the baseline boards are 50% larger than the screens on the previous scoreboard, providing Hornets fans with an enhanced game experience. The panels on the previous center-hung scoreboard each measured 16’ high x 24’ wide…

    The scoreboard was built by Samsung Electronics.  It was designed by the Hornets in conjunction with Anthony James Partners (AJP), a worldwide leader in AV technology, and was a collaborative effort between the Hornets, AJP, the NBA, the City of Charlotte, the CRVA and project manager Aecom.

    Read the full Press Release on nba.com
    See photo gallery on nba.com
    See video reveal on nba.com


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  • Grand Valley State’s Lubbers Stadium gets massive scoreboard upgrade

    Lubbers Stadium

    Grand Valley State is building a new video display board at Lubbers Stadium that will be nine times larger than the out-going display.  Construction of the state-of-the-art board and digital scoreboard has begun and is expected to be ready for the Lakers’ football season-opener on Sept. 1 against Tiffin…

    Read the full Article on mLIVE.com

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  • Samsung Illuminates Madrid’s Plaza del Callao with Massive Vertical LED Signage Installation

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