SkoolLive tagged with 'armando solano'

SkoolLive is a Los Angeles startup that seeks to place digital billboards (kiosks) into public schools. The main purpose of the kiosks is to generate advertising revenue from the captive audience of students who must walk by the ever-changing advertisements flashing on the digital panels. SkoolLive says they will share some of the ad revenue with schools. The company also seeks to use the kiosks not just to advertise to schoolchildren, but to facilitate student purchases.

You can’t make this stuff up: Skoollive brings Dairy Queen ads into schools.

March 30, 2018
You can’t make this stuff up:  Skoollive brings Dairy Queen ads into schools.

From Skoollive’s website:
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SkoolLive marketing draws down on the youngest of schoolchildren.

March 15, 2018
SkoolLive marketing draws down on the youngest of schoolchildren.

From Jim Metrock: This is from SkoolLive’s newly redesigned website. Elementary kiosks.  Look at the age of these children. SkoolLive chose this photograph. This was no accident. Are two of these children first graders or younger?  What are the geniuses at SkoolLive going to sell to first-graders?
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Let’s try this again. Repackaged SkoolLive wants to be known as “The Voice of Generation Z.”

March 15, 2018
Let’s try this again.  Repackaged SkoolLive wants to be known as “The Voice of Generation Z.”

From Jim Metrock: SkoolLive is a company that refuses to die.  After closing down their website for several days, SkoolLive is back online.  Check out the incredibly resistant school marketers at www.skoollive.com.  That’s correct. They continue to insist on misspelling “school.” 
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How big is a SkoolLive ad? Yuge!

March 14, 2018
How big is a SkoolLive ad? Yuge!

It’s all about the advertising, baby.  
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SkoolLive is “reimagining itself” for the X time.

March 2, 2018
SkoolLive is “reimagining itself” for the X time.

From Jim Metrock:  SkoolLive, those loveable kiddie marketers who just can’t seem to do anything right (thank goodness), is doing yet another “do over.” Will the public no longer see the unpleasant, frantic video that begins automatically on their home page?  What a shame, after all, somebody paid for that. Don’t get your hopes...
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SkoolLive’s new public face as of March 1, 2018 10:02 CDT

March 1, 2018
SkoolLive’s new public face as of March 1, 2018 10:02 CDT


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Arizona NPR reports on SkoolLive

February 27, 2018
Arizona NPR reports on SkoolLive

Play audio:   https://kjzz.org/content/613395/digital-touch-screens-display-school-information-ads-students
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SkoolLive gets attention in Arizona.

February 23, 2018
SkoolLive gets attention in Arizona.

Digital billboards put ads in front of students. Are they harvesting personal info, too? Anne Ryman, The Republic | azcentral.com. Feb. 20, 2018 When Perry High School in Gilbert installed 7-foot-tall kiosks with digital screens on campus last year, it joined more than 160 schools that use the technology across the country. The electronic screens could display...
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Cleveland (TN) City Schools sell out their students AGAIN.

November 21, 2017
Cleveland (TN) City Schools sell out their students AGAIN.

Cleveland City Schools’ new slogan: Target Marketing Every Child, Every Day!   Cleveland City Schools in Cleveland, TN have agreed to the placement of SkoolLive electronic billboards in all eight of its schools. School administrators have surprisingly OKed the placement of SkoolLive’s notorious electronic billboards in all of the system’s elementary schools. Cleveland City...
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CCFC concerned about SkoolLive’s advertising in schools

October 5, 2017
CCFC concerned about SkoolLive’s advertising in schools

By Angela Gonzales  –  Senior Reporter, Phoenix Business Journal Jul 17, 2016 Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood is advocating against SkoolLive Inc.’s entry into schools. San Diego-based SkoolLive Inc. has entered the Arizona market, installing 71 kiosks in 38 schools throughout the state that allow schools to streamline school announcements and messages formerly posted...
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