TrilbyTV is built by people who understand and work in education. We keep it simple to add and manage content so even the busiest school can have up to date screens.
As a school, you're already creating loads of beautiful content in the classroom and beyond. TrilbyTV gives you a great place to share it alongside messages and school information. Upload from any device via our web app or with our dedicated iPad app.
Here at TrilbyTV, we know you'll love sharing and showcasing so we offer an unlimited screen subscription letting you connect as many screens as you like. You can start with a one or two screen subscription and grow as you need.
TrilbyTV automatically refreshes your screens with the latest content you add, keeping your signage up-to-date. For more control, create playlists and set schedules so content displays where and when you need it to.
TrilbyTV can playback your content on all common devices. If you already have a TV screen, you probably already have a suitable player device. Visit the app store on the device and search for TrilbyTV Player.
"The ease of use means that it is easy to train staff to use even the basic features and functions offered through the platform."
The ability to give ownership of screens to department heads has allowed our signage to stay up to date and relevant.
IT Systems and Support Manager
Suddenly your digital signage becomes 'visible' again and for children it becomes a realistic aspiration to have their work appearing on it.
St Bartholomew’s Primary Academy
As you all know, we love visiting our customers to say hello and see their digital signage in “the flesh”. This gives us a chance to check out the different ways in which schools are championing student voice.
One of TrilbyTV's most valued customers Bishop Chavasse Primary School has recently renewed their unlimited screen license for a further three years. It's great to see how committed our customers are in ensuring that their communities and stakeholders are kept informed with what's going on while sharing the achievements of their pupils.