By Amirah Mercer
Jul 18, 2014
Meet LISNR, a technology company that markets to consumers through inaudible “smart tones” encrypted in audio files. While the beacon market has been monopolized by the use of dedicated hardware devices emitting Bluetooth Low Energy signals, this startup has provided a way for audiovisual companies to join in the fun.
By Karen Mitchell
Jul 17, 2014
Some hardware is bound to disappear, but what doesn't kill it will make it stronger.
By SCN Staff
Jul 14, 2014
Whitlock has acquired select business operations of Xerox Audio Visual Solutions (XAV) from Global Imaging Systems (GIS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox.
By Dave Zuckerman
Jul 14, 2014
Tim O’Heir couldn’t have asked for a better start to his theater career. The veteran producer/engineer earned a Tony nomination for his sound design on the acclaimed revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch despite having never worked on Broadway before. O’Heir’s involvement with Hedwig actually dates to 2001, when the show’s composer, Stephen Trask, hired him to engineer the film soundtrack.
By Brock McGinnis
Jul 09, 2014
Since returning from InfoComm 2014, I’ve seen little written about the success or failure of the show from an audio visual business perspective. As all the credit card bills and expense reports are beginning to trickle in here are the questions we asked to determine our success at the show.