Description of the ADN network
The dynamic digital display network, known by its French acronym of ADN, consists of 35 screens with about ten channels, located in the two HEC Montréal buildings.
It is a valuable communications tool, used mainly to:
- tell viewers about the School’s many activities and accomplishments, and those of its faculty and students;
- acknowledge the achievements of faculty and students who have won awards and distinctions;
- promote activities of interest to many members of the HEC Montréal community;
- inform all internal audiences and visitors of the many products and services available to the community;
- rally the HEC Montréal community around certain causes supported by the School;
- in some cases, broadcast public interest messages.