Digiboo expands footprint, deploys at Boise Airport

 
Feb. 21, 2013

Digiboo announced it has installed four interactive touchscreen kiosks in Boise Airport terminals, expanding the footprint of its on-demand digital movie downloading service. The kiosks enable travelers to download entertainment via USB or Wi-Fi in as little as 30 seconds, the company said in the announcement.

"We strive to provide the best overall experience for travelers at Boise Airport," said Boise Airport Director Rebecca Hupp. "Digiboo's kiosks help us expand our shopping and entertainment offerings and bring more enjoyment to airport guests."

Digiboo CEO Richard Cohen said his company's mission "is to deliver the simplest, easiest and most convenient way for movie-lovers to get the entertainment they love while on-the-go."

"We chose to launch our product at BOI because Boise has a large population of early-adopters, movie enthusiasts and business travelers," he said. "Our local partners, at BOI and FSH, have been quite enthusiastic and have helped us to move toward success as we debut here."

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Topics: Entertainment & Gaming , Interactive / Touchscreen , Transportation / Travel


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