he early October concert was staged at the Springs Preserve Amphitheater in Las Vegas by the Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Las Vegas as a benefit for the Polish School John Paul II in Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Youth Orchestra. Concert-goers, who included Consul General of the Republic of Poland in Los Angeles Joanna Kozinska-Frybes, Honorary Consul of the Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Las Vegas John Petkus, a large contingent from the Nevada Consular Corps and 1,500 guests, enjoyed the show as it was broadcast live on a large video wall provided by JCM Global.
JCM provided a 2x2 Samsung video wall comprised of the 460UXn-2 model. This video product has a thin bezel, allowing the monitors to be configured as a video wall with minimal bezel interference. This solution allowed concert-goers to enjoy live high definition video feeds during the concert and enabled the producers to run advertising on screen prior to the artists taking the stage.
Petkus, who has worked with JCM on other projects, reached out to JCM to provide a video wall product that would enhance the concert. He said, “I have trusted JCM for more than 17 years for their technical expertise. With this concert, I had a specific need, and I entrusted JCM Global and was thrilled with the way the video wall enhanced our event.”
JCM Product Manager Jeff Gray said, “In situations where our customers need a reliable product that has an absolute WOW effect, they turn to us and to Samsung’s technology. This event proved the flexibility of the video wall technology and its amazing ability to impress a crowd.”