As the official magazine of the Society for Information Display (SID), Information Display serves the display industry through unbiased and objective reporting on the business and technologies related to displays. By serving the display industry, ID serves the membership of the SID.
Published 6 times a year by the SID, Information Display magazine chronicles the developments in technology and business matters that shape the dynamic display business. Information Display's renowned editorial coverage anticipates the trends, presenting the most cutting-edge technology, up-to-the-minute market information, and vital opinions in a compelling format for more than 5 decades. This tradition was further enhanced in April 2007 with the launch of Information Display Online (www.informationdisplay.org), a Web site updated daily with breaking news from the industry, along with blogs, forums, an event calendar and a comprehensive archive of past issues of Information Display. Information Display is edited for research and development management, and for engineers, designers, scientists, and ergonomists responsible for the design and development of display, computer graphics, and image-processing systems. The editorial content covers state-of-the-art developments in electronic, electro-mechanical and hard copy display equipment; input and output technologies; storage media and systems; human factors and display standards; entrepreneurship, marketing and management; and manufacturing.
No other media outlet in print or online can deliver the audience of key decision makers in the display industry like Information Display-namely, the members of the Society for Information Display, the premier international professional society exclusively devoted to the advancement of electronic-display technology, manufacturing, and applications. These are the most qualified, discerning professionals in the display world. And we do mean the world: Information Display's readers live and work in 59 countries worldwide; and the magazine offers strong penetration into key display markets such as Korea, Taiwan, Japan and the United States. For more demographic information, click on the Media Kit button.
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Stephen P. Atwood, Executive Editor
Stephen has been an active contributor to the display business for more than 20 years. Currently, he is the Principal Engineer at Azonix Corporation in Billerica, Massachusetts. Previously, he served as CTO at Capstone Visual Product Development. Steve has also held positions at Aydin Displays/Three Five Systems, DisplayCheck, Virtual Ink, MicroTouch Systems (now 3M Touch), and Raytheon. Steve is the Director of the New England chapter of the Society for Information Display (SID), and served as the General Chair of the ADEAC Conference for two years. Steve received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island and his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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Jay Morreale, Editor in Chief
Jay has worked on Information Display since its inception in 1987, first as managing editor and now as editor in chief. He has served as the managing editor for the Journal of the Society for Information Display since 1981. Jay received the Lewis And Beatrice Winner Award for Distinguished Service to SID in 2004. After receiving his B.S. degrees in Meteorology and Oceanography, with a minor in electrical engineering from the Department of Geological Sciences of the City University of New York (CUNY), he continued his education at both the Lamont Geological Observatory of Columbia University and NYU's Graduate School of Physics, taking graduate courses in atmospheric fluid dynamics and atmospheric mathematical modeling. In 1972, he joined the American Institute of Physics as assistant to the editor of the Journal of Applied Physics and Applied Physics Letters. In 1976, he joined Palisades Institute for Research Services, Inc., as a technical editor/writer for DoD's Advisory Group on Electron Devices. In 1980, he became involved in conference management of several technical and scientific meetings, becoming symposium coordinator.
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Jenny Donelan, Managing Editor
Jenny is the managing editor for Information Display magazine. She has worked in technology publishing for many years, getting her start at Ziff-Davis, where she was an editor for both PC Sources and PC Magazine. She is also a former managing editor for BYTE magazine and Computer Graphics World. Jenny's writing background includes articles in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and many other publications, including The Journal of Innovative Management, New Hampshire Home, and the National Ski Areas Association Journal. Jenny has a B.A. in English from Wellesley College.
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