World Cup News

The World Cup News features complete coverage of the event in 5 languages - including photos of the world’s biggest stars, on-field photos, and news outside of the stadiums. On average 20 news stories will be published each day and will automatically update on your screens via Screenfeed’s plug-n-play technology that works with any digital signage software.

See complementary product: World Cup Match Results

  • Unique feeds available for each of the following languages

    Arabic, Portuguese, English, Japanese and Spanish

  • Size Formats

    Graphic sizes available over Media RSS include 1920x1080 (16:9), 1366x768 (16x9), 1080x1920 (9:16), and 1024x768 (4:3). Animated Flash Playback files available in 16:9 format, but can be customized to fit any zone for sidebars or footers. You can also receive this feed in HTML, raw XML, RSS, or Media RSS with headline and summary separate from the image. So lots of options!

  • Audio Is Not Required

    No audio in this feed. Optional music underbed available with the Flash playback method.

  • Length Per Clip

    We recommend displaying each story for 15-30 seconds, but you may choose any duration for playback. Duration identified within the Media RSS XML feed can be customized.

  • Refresh Frequency

    News is continuously refreshed throughout the day. Feed will always include ~20 recent news stories.

  • Recommended Loop Fill

    This feed can fill between 0:10 - 10:00 of total time in your loop. You can insert this feed at several separate spots in your playlist and play different stories in each slot.

  • Playback Methods

    Playback methods include Media RSS, Flash SWF, HTML, Direct URL, XML, or RSS

Pricing Package ID # 249

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25 - 49 $16
50 - 99 $12
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A license is required for every media player used to display the content on common size screens in offices or public places. More about licensing

Please note that this feed will stop delivering content on July 17, 2014.