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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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  • Leaders: Do you create or hinder success? March 31, 2021
    Every time I attend a conference such as USITT, I am impressed by the number of students and newly minted graduates I encounter. Their excitement and optimism at being part of the theatre and entertainment world is inspiring. However, in the back of my mind is a consistently nagging question: While their university programs and […]
    Jim Testa
  • Guide to becoming a media server pro – Part 11: Choosing a system March 11, 2021
      Have you thought about becoming a professional media server operator or user? Unsure of what technical skills you need to become one? In part 11 of our guide, Ian D. Johnson discusses characteristics when choosing media server software with the focus on his preferred system, Dataton WATCHOUT.
    Ian Johnson
  • Ten lessons from 2020 about theatre and stage management January 29, 2021
    During 2020, we experienced historical challenges that cannot be understated. A global pandemic, intense political division, a rising social justice movement, and the closing of theaters across the country, have made 2020 the most taxing and difficult year I have ever known. As I look back over the grueling months of shutdown, this cock-eyed optimist […]
    Matthew Stern