Introducing The Lobby's Cable Replacement: Waiting Room TV

UPshow’s new service is changing the magazine-cluttered coffee table, soap opera-drowning waiting room landscape all of us have had to uncomfortably sit silently in during our lunch break or early morning appointment. Waiting Room TV gives businesses total control of the content on their TVs - from entertainment such as trivia or funny videos, to valuable marketing ads or educational content. Check out a demo here!

With a price that's a fraction of cable, Waiting Room TV is a no-brainer that gives control and drives revenue through a lobby's forgotten screens. It's simply installed and easily managed via mobile, so what are you waiting for?


Waiting Room TV's Digital Signage feature allows the office to inform patients of additional services offered, educational tips and special promotions. The office’s marketing materials are now seen firsthand by the patients who frequent the business.

Rather than a room full of zombie-like patients absorbed into their own phone, Waiting Room TV’s Social Media TV feature gives guests social media’s most up-to-date posts in categories they care about, including local sports, news, lifestyle and more. Click the video below for a demo.


UPshow's Social Media TV Demo

UPshow’s partnership with the leader in internet television, PlutoTV, provides the business access to top video channels, including Fear Factor, Home Improvement, Sports, News, Internet Gold and more. Best of all, channels can be scheduled to play at any time.


A smartphone is all it takes for patients to join a game of Trivia. This compelling + competitive interaction keeps them alert and in a far better mood than if they were mindlessly daydreaming while waiting.


UPshow Trivia Demo

Our plug and play technology allows any business to plug in a Google Chromebit to any TV or AV system, connect to Internet and immediately start displaying content.        

Ready for to save money while also offering 100 percent more personalization? Discover why it’s time to ditch cable here.