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CE labs, Inc. announces debut of newsletter, The Connection, as educational tool

Garland, TX. March 27, 2008 - CE labs, Inc. announces the first edition of The Connection, an educational newsletter specific to the Digital Signage industry.


As the Digital Signage industry continues to gain momentum among retailers, so does the demand for educational information. CE labs, Inc. created The Connection in response to this demand. The mission of the newsletter is to provide informative, educational and timely news in an easy to use format.

The first edition of The Connection features articles on content creation, the differences between digital media players and the basics of Digital Signage. Future content will be driven by consumer trends and commercial demands relevant to the industry.

For additional information on The Connection, contact Katy Dailey or visit www.celabs.net. A complimentary copy of The Connection is available on our homepage.

About CE labs, Inc.:
CE labs, Inc. is a manufacturer of high quality HD, HDMI and component matrix switchers, distribution amplifiers, CAT5 extenders, active and passive baluns, digital media players, RF modulators and amplifiers.

CE labs, Inc. is an industry icon proudly celebrating 20 years of quality craftsmanship and dedicated customer service.

Contact:
Katy R. Dailey, Communications Specialist
CE labs, Inc.
800.767 -6189
kdailey@celabs.net
www.celabs.net

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