media bus

media bus

A high-speed channel designed for transferring audio and video data. See VESA Media Channel.
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10:30 am: Time to grab that Media Bus ride back to Boston.
Contract notice: Provision and operation of outdoor advertising media bus from la rochelle community transportation authority (rtcr)
The idea for this special report came out of the 2013 IES Annual Conference, where keynoter Ekaterina Walter implored the audience to get on the social media bus or risk being trampled by the changing nature of customer interaction.
Organisations and companies can hire vehicles, such as the organisation's media bus, which has computer and music facilities as well as meeting space.
A CYCLIST killed by an official Olympic media bus has been named as Daniel Harris.
American hurdler Kerron Clement tweeted his bus had been lost for four hours on the way to the Olympic Village, while a media bus also had difficulty finding the Olympic Park.
Tim McAlpine, president/creative director of Currency Marketing, agreed that too often credit unions jump onboard the social media bus without stepping back to see how it fits in the overall strategy.
Before England's 3-0 win in Sofia on Friday, a furious fan tried to get on to the media bus because he wanted to "smack" Neville, the report said.
Didier Drogba, sitting on the Chelsea coach as the Villa media bus pulled up, thought it was particularly funny as we were angrily ushered back onto the vehicle by a jobsworth official.
I STILL have vivid recollections of how I felt on the media bus going from a nearby hotel car park to the TwentyTen Ryder Cup course on the first morning of the Ryder Cup last October.
BEST miss of the week, but they probably still don't know it, came from a group of Irishmen who blagged their way on to the media bus on Thursday night.
No sooner on the media bus to the hotel than conversation was brokered with an Israeli journalist sitting across the aisle.
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