by Cheryl Hall For the last two years, Greg Brown has been on an acquisition march, buying 12 companies as part of his strategy to make Plano-based Learfield a diverse sports marketing and services powerhouse. Make that 13. Learfield just bought GoVision, the folks in Argyle who provide giant LED video screens for events such

Screen gems

Tuesday, 22 December 2015 by

See if this sounds like your dream job. Wake up at 4:45 am pretty much every day when you’re on the road. Deal with every element Mother Nature can toss at you. Interact non-stop with clients, fans and enough cabling, tiles and modules to light up a small city. Go to bed around midnight. Rinse and repeat.

In a bold move to provide an even more comprehensive suite of services to its growing client list, GoVision LP announced today that it has acquired Graystone Media, a leading provider of graphics, production services and live-event content for large video screens and event venues.

GoVision Is the Life of the Party

Friday, 29 August 2014 by

Back in the spring of 2006, a nasty storm blew through the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Among the damage it caused was the annihilation of a manual scoreboard at the Las Colinas site of what’s now the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. This was the Saturday before the tourney was supposed to tee off. Help arrived in the form of Chris Curtis, president and founder of GoVision, an Argyle-based company that rents out large digital displays.

Check out the recent articles, features and news stories about GoVision.

(from L & S Online) GoVision has created a new position of solutions manager, and recruited Jay deBlonk for the role. The 10-year veteran of South Dakota-based Daktronics will work with the sales staff on the company’s more complex and creative projects

(From Digital Signage Today) The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four just wrapped up a thrilling March Madness — and digital signage was there to make enjoying the game possible for fans.

(from Signweb) GoVision LP, an Argyle, TX-based DS system integrator, bedecked both the scoreboards and sidewalls at Arlington, TX’s AT & T Stadium, where the games were played, and the March Madness Music Festival, which assembled Bruce Springsteen, Tim McGraw and other superstars who performed at an open-air venue in downtown Dallas.

(from PLSN) GoVision constructed and suspended four massive LED screens beneath the 60-yard-long video screens at AT&T Stadium’s (a.k.a. Cowboys Stadium) to let fans seated courtside at the 2014 NCAA’s Final Four basketball championships watch replays and see the scoreboard.

(from Dallas Business Journal) – One of Dallas-Fort Worth’s own companies — Argyle-based GoVision — plans to play a bigger-role in the NCAA Final Four with the help of some really big screens. The company is installing four massive LED screens beneath AT&T Stadium’s iconic 60-yard video screens, which will be at the center of the action at this weekend’s Final Four games in North Texas.

(from Dallas Morning News) – Chris Curtis stood on the floor of AT&T Stadium and watched as his team tested large-scale LED video boards before they were hoisted into place beneath Jerrytron. The screens will play a major role in the Final Four tournament.

(from PLSN) – GoVision LP has acquired the assets of InnoVision Media Group, an LED rental company founded in Los Angeles by Darren Moffett in 2005.

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