first_imgVisix has released version 1.38 of its AxisTV Signage Suite digital signage software. This latest update includes a new template designer in the browser-based CMS, as well as an HTML5 message playlist viewer that’s designed to help communicators better reach remote employees, students and staff.The new HTML5 viewer lets clients publish their digital signage playlists to a unique URL. The link can be shared directly for full-screen playback in popular browsers, or the viewer can be embedded into websites and intranets using a simple iframe. Clients can assign more than one playlist to a feed, and can choose playback options and transitions. Because the feed is published using HTML5 markup, the playlist messages and videos scale accurately for any screen size.The AxisTV Signage Suite CMS already offers over 900 fill-in-the-blank templates for quick messaging. The new Pick & Fill Template design hub lets clients create their own fillable templates in the CMS without having to work in the desktop designer. System users can then choose, fill and schedule templated messages in the browser-based CMS.last_img read more

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica – Toni-Ann Singh, 23, a recent graduate of Florida State University was crowned Miss Jamaica World 2019 last Saturday at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel from a field of 16 contestants.A former contestant in the Florida Caribbean Association pageant Sing was encouraged to enter the Miss Jamaica World pageant by a judge at the former pageant, Miss Jamaica World 2005 Terri-Karelle Reid.Born in Morant Bay, St. Thomas, and migrating to the United States 14 years ago, Singh who wants to become a medical doctor and is a talented singer and musician also won the top awards for talent, personality and the most photogenic contestant. Roselle McKinley placed second to Singh and Alanna Wanliss third.Toni-Ann Singh will now represent Jamaica in Miss World 2019 at at the ExCeL London in London, England, U.K. on December 14, 2019. She is the 58th woman to represent Jamaica in the oldest running international beauty pageant created by the late Eric Morley in the United Kingdom in 1951.Jamaica has excelled participating in the Miss World pageant with Carol Joan Crawford, Cindy Breakspear and Lisa Hanna each walking away with the coveted crown in 1962, 1976 and 1993 respectively.The newly crowned Miss Jamaica World studied psychology and women studies at FSU and took a year off before embarking on studies at medical school.Saturday’s coronation took place before a capacity audience and was held under the theme, ‘Jamaica Jamboree’, in tribute to Aston Cooke, co-franchisee of the Miss Jamaica World pageant who died in February this year.Entertainment was provided by actor/comedian Christopher “Johnny” Daley, and singer Dimaro McDowell who performed a medley of reggae and rocksteady songs.last_img read more

first_imgLAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – A LaFollette woman refused to listen to an officer and ended up in jail.Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy John Minor was called to the home of Terri Gwen Gause on the night July 2. Gause wanted her husband removed from their property. Minor explained to her the husband had as much right over the property as she did, and since no crimes had been committed, he could not remove him. At this point, Gause became irate and started yelling and cussing, Minor told her she needed to calm down, according to the report from the sheriff’s department.The husband stated he would leave and packed a bag to do so.  That’s when Sgt. Joe Hopson arrived on the scene and as the husband was attempting to leave in a truck, Gause said he could not have any vehicles because her name was on the titles. The husband then asked Hopson if he would give him a ride to town.  As Hopson and the husband began backing down the driveway, Gause was allegedly told several times she needed to get back inside the house but refused to listen and continued down the driveway cursing at her husband based on the report. She then stepped into the road on Young Road while a car was traveling toward her.  The car had to stop.She was placed into custody for public intoxication and causing a public disturbance in the road. She resisted and yelled at her husband several more times. She was transported to the jail where she became combative with staff and spit on a corrections officer. She was sprayed with pepper spray  by jail staff, and a spit mask was put on her by jail staff.Gause, 45, 386 Young Road, LaFollette is charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct and assault on a police officer.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/11/2019-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more