12Stoneâ„¢ Church Enhances Ministry and Messaging With Triveni Digital's Ensigniaâ„¢ Digital Signage Solution

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PRINCETON, N.J. — Aug. 4, 2008 —

Triveni Digital, a subsidiary of LG Electronics Inc., today announced that 12Stone™ Church is using the Ensignia™ digital signage system to distribute targeted audio and video content throughout its new campus in Gwinnett County, Ga. Triveni Digital's turnkey digital signage solution, provided through dB Audio & Video, enables 12Stone to deliver high-quality live video feeds, prepared programs and event promotions, graphics, and informative ticker content easily and cost-effectively to specific zones across multiple worship areas. "Triveni Digital's Ensignia system proved to be a great fit for12Stone, providing the church with an efficient, straightforward solution for the delivery of dynamic communications," said Ronnie Stanford, who is both a member of the congregation and a systems advisor at dB Audio & Video. "With templates already in place, we can load and update content very quickly — typically in just 15 to 30 minutes each week. This ability to communicate clear, compelling messages is invaluable in relating our purpose and vision, as well as in informing church members and visitors about coming events. We've been very pleased with how well Ensignia has performed in meeting this vital function." The new Highway 20 Campus of 12Stone Church features five worship environments: a 2,600-seat worship center for the adults, a 300-seat high school worship center, a 200-seat middle school worship center, and two additional worship centers for younger children. The church has installed three channels, or zones, to enable delivery of live video or prepackaged content specific to different areas of the church, depending on how that space is being used at any given time and by whom. As 12Stone visitors walk around the semicircle that encloses the building's central atrium, they pass through each of these zones. A total of 10 displays are being used for digital signage distribution. The installation includes two displays near the middle school worship area, and three more situated next to the coffee bar adjacent to the high school and college worship area, which is used for live simulcasts of Sunday services. On the second floor, two additional displays are located above the entrances to the main worship center, one more outside the elementary worship area, and one each in the green room and nursing mom's room, used primarily to provide a live feed of services. Ensignia digital signage systems provide reliable distribution of content with a low per-screen cost of deployment. Triveni Digital's expertise and experience in the broadcast market ensures the quality of video delivery, and the integration of LG Electronics display screens with integrated controllers, simplifies installation and maintenance while reducing footprint requirements. Content can range from simple text and still images to full-motion video, with or without audio. An easy-to-use scheduling system makes it easy to keep digital signage content up to date. "The 12Stone installation is a wonderful example of how digital signage can enhance the worship setting," said Ralph Bachofen, senior director, product management and marketing at Triveni Digital. "The presence of well-placed digital signage displays allows any visitor who enters the new facility to be drawn immediately into the vision and life of the church." More information about the Ensignia digital signage solution and other Triveni Digital products is available at


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About 12Stone Church

Founded as Crossroads Church in 1987, 12Stone Church (with two Gwinnett County locations) serves more than 4,000 adults and children weekly with its unique worship and teaching styles. In addition, 12Stone partners with over a dozen local non-profit agencies to offer hope and help among the poor, sick, homeless, addicted, immigrants, and prisoners. More information about 12Stone Church is available at



About dB Audio & Video

dB Audio & Video (a division of dB Acoustics & Sound Inc.), is based in suburban Atlanta. dB Acoustics & Sound provides cutting-edge technologies, such as digital signal processing, broadcast and projection video systems, digital mixing consoles, electronically variable line-array loudspeakers, and electronic room enhancement, from its facilities in Gainesville, Ga. Over the past two decades, the company has designed and installed quality audio and video solutions for leading Christian fellowships, as well as for corporate boardrooms, schools, state and federal courtrooms, and Atlanta's Olympic venues, among others. More information about the company is available at



About Triveni Digital

Triveni Digital, Inc., a subsidiary of LG Electronics, develops systems that provide for the management and distribution of data and metadata in digital television streams. Triveni Digital's products for DVB SI, ATSC PSIP, data broadcasting, stream analysis, and monitoring are renowned for their ease of use and innovative features. Working with leading industry partners, Triveni Digital employs an open and standards-compliant approach to the digital television market. More information is available at



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