VScroll is a scrolling ticker-tape to run across the bottom (or top, or middle) of other applications. It rotates through a collection of stories and images sourced from RSS feeds, Facebook, Twitter, text files or static messages. It can display a clock and your own logo, and the messages auto update at a user-defined frequency.
The look of VScroll (the colours, speed, whether to display the clock, your own logos, etc) is completely configurable.
VScroll was originally designed to display messages alongside its sister product VClock (VClock can feed it with an RSS feed), but it would sit well on any reception screen or window display. If you have a tuner card in your PC you could even add your own ticker to a TV channel.
Click on the first image above to see a video of VScroll running on top of Sky News (Sky News like you have never seen it before!).
VScroll is available as a free download to trial. It is fully functional, other than displaying unlicenced messages in between your own. To remove these, please purchase a licence.