"KIOSK Magazine to Profile Interactive Kiosks in March 2001 Issue. KIS Named As Cover Feature Company."
Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 26, 2001. The editorial staff of KIOSK Magazine announced plans today to begin profiling a gallery of interactive kiosks and kiosk-related products in the March 2001 issue. KIOSK's editor-in-chief, James Vande Castle said, "With the aesthetic importance of kiosks at an all time high, we believe that a gallery of kiosks will meet reader demand for design options and idea's from today's kiosk market."
This new section of KIOSK Magazine, called "The Kiosk ShowKase," will offer kiosk manufacturers a cost-effective marketing tool. Each section will contrast various kiosk models on the market and allow readers to contact these manufactures via an on-page directory. "We've been polling readers on the 'look n' feel' of the magazine. One of the most common requests has been to devote more pages to various kiosk designs," noted KIOSK Magazine's editorial director Lief Larson.
The March 2001 cover of KIOSK Magazine features the kiosk manufacturer Kiosk Information Systems (KIS) of Broomfield, Colorado. The unit profiled on the cover is the WebStop™ Internet access kiosk.
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