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Show Sage is Dataton’s North American distributor and partner, your premier connection to DATATON WATCHOUT™ multi-display production and playback software. We are your best source for state-of-the-art media servers. And we are your connection to the Ovation Audio Server and Sequencer from Merging Technologies.

We are the team behind your team to help you create stunning multi-display presentations. We’ve helped countless organizations present their stories in dramatic and engaging ways.

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  • Tips on working cross culturally in entertainment November 19, 2019
      Working in different countries among different cultures can be hard. Yet many in the entertainment industry dive in and end up touring shows, creating events and/or relocating to foreign countries to work as performers, technicians or managers. Anna Robb at TheatreArtLife lists some of her tips to alleviate cross-cultural challenges.
    Anna Robb
  • Guide to becoming a media server professional – Part 4: The images November 10, 2019
    Are you thinking about becoming a professional media server operator or user, but aren't sure which skills you need? In the fourth instalment of this guide, we continue to explore content for media playback with a look at still-image formats. From compressed/lossy image formats to uncompressed/lossless formats to the age-old question, when do you need […]
  • The changing landscape of live entertainment: Immersive experiences November 2, 2019
    From extended reality to interactive technologies, immersive experiences have taken over the live entertainment industry. Using technology as a medium and art as technology, these experiences encapsulate modern expression while pushing the boundaries of our imagination, writes Andrew Gordon, automtd andrew. 
    Andrew Gordon