Moving pictures: Video ads invade print media


Entertainment Weekly subscribers in New York and Los Angeles will get a little hipper when they open up their Sept. 18 issues. That’s because they’ll be the first ever to watch a video ad embedded in a print publication.

CNET News (a CBS publication) has a report on the technology behind the groundbreaking advertisement, which will promote CBS’ fall TV season in concert with Pepsi Max soda:

quotemarksThe screen, which is 2.7 millimeters thick, has a 320×240 resolution. The battery lasts for about 65 to 70 minutes, and can be recharged, believe it or not, with a mini USB cord–there’s a jack on the back of it. The screen, which uses thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) technology, is enforced by protective polycarbonate.

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