SNA Displays

Paul England

Paul England, Director of Channel Solutions for SNA Displays, has more than two decades in technology and AV having worked for Hewlett-Packard, Océ, Canon and others. He has years of expertise in channel development, product management, product marketing, segment marketing and sales. Having also spent four years with another LED company, Paul has worked on a wide variety of projects including broadcast television, retail, casinos and much more.

Paul England
SNA Displays
Atlanta

Pat Green

Pat Green graduated from Otterbein College in Theatrical Arts. He has an extensive background in control and engineering systems across multiple industries. Over the past 15 years, Pat Green's experience has ranged from video production and engineering, for both broadcast and LED, installing and maintaining audio systems for special events and recordings, and large events with complex system integration (Super Bowl XLVIII).

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SNA Displays
New York, NY

SNA Displays

SNA is one of the largest global LED display manufacturers, specializing in bringing its clients’ creative visions to life with custom, high-end display products.

Its focus is LED technology. It utilize the research and development teams from both LED lighting and LED display product lines to create high-end, unique solutions for its clients applications.

Bank of America Stadium Implements Digital Media Program Enabling Fans to Leave Seats Without Missing Action on Field

As part of a significant renovation program at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sensory Interactive created a new digital media program for the stadium’s club-level restaurants, bars, and concourses.

SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE

SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE

Sansi North America manufactured 10 LED video displays at L.A. LIVE, the sports and entertainment district outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The high-resolution video displays, installed by YESCO, have become an integral part of the ambiance in the district, which is home to high-profile events at the Staples Center and surrounding venues. This first phase of the project featured a main courtyard screen, long ribbon display, six courtyard tower displays, a tight-radius "prow" screen and a Staples Center wall-mounted display.

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