GoVision, the Argyle company that rents big video screens and walls, reports today it’s built a 24-foot-by-40-foot modular screen in Boston and mounted it onto a truss structure at the historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
In Chicago (photo), CNN said it’s rolled in a 19-foot-by-33-foot truck-mounted Go Bigger unit, “the largest high-definition mobile LED screen in the world.” The screen is on Randolph Street in front of the James R. Thompson Center Plaza in downtown Chicago.
GoVision said it’s working with Production Design Associates of Charleston, S.C., which is handling logistics around the election-viewing events.
“We have been privileged to work with a large number of very important events, including the last two presidential Inaugurations; but when it comes right down to it, few things are as historically significant as electing a U.S. president,” said Chris Curtis, GoVision’s president.
“We’re proud that CNN has entrusted a portion of their election night coverage to us, and our team is ready to do its part to ensure that their audiences are treated to a memorable experience.”
- Scott Nishimura, Star-Telegram Fort Worth City Hall reporter