The Verdin Company Acquires Canterbury International, an industry leader in architectural site furnishings for over 50 years

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 21, 2010 The Verdin Company announced today it has acquired Canterbury International, a privately-held company based in Los Angeles, California, and a leader in manufacturing architectural site furnishings. The Verdin Company, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is recognized as the preeminent manufacturer and installer of clocks, bells, carillons, glockenspiels, and other musical instruments. "It's a great fit for us. Canterbury's product line will enhance our bell towers, clock towers, and street clocks," said Jim Verdin, president of The Verdin Company. "One of Canterbury's strengths is its people and its ability to design and produce custom pieces for architects. We have worked together on projects for a long time and have always admired how Canterbury combines quality, durability, and artistry." Canterbury International was founded in 1949 by Larry Read More

IPTV – TV Over Internet to Suffocate Cable and Satellite DSS by 2009, Says

IPTV - TV Over Internet to Suffocate Cable and Satellite DSS by 2009, Says Cardiff By The Sea, CA (PRWEB) February 7, 2007 Consumers are rapidly being seduced by the promise of interactive TV called IPTV. Traditional Television offers viewers only one choice - that of which tv channel to watch. Internet Protocol TV or IPTV allows On-Demand Viewing of not only international programming but of the advertisement content as well. So viewers will have complete control over what they watch and advertisers will have the benefit of precisely targeted Google Adsense / Adwords style marketing. Robert Kim of observed, "Since broadband internet service is fast becoming a staple household expense along Read More