An explosion in popularity has made podcasting serious audio business.
Microphones are essential to the audio signal path, and having the perfect microphone can make or break an event or conference.
Every year, people “ooh” and “aah” over the latest screen resolutions and largest LED walls, but it’s the small, non-descript boxes—scalers and switchers—that do the heavy lifting.
The convergence of audio and video with control systems is shifting both the role and potential of AV technology in transportation facilities.
It’s a crowded market for the software that drives AV installations these days— and surprise—that spells good and bad news for integrators.
Announcements of mergers and acquisitions often highlight synergies between two organizations, while the inside scoop can sometimes be less rosy.
The new company, based in Carson, CA, is focusing on 5,000- to 12,000-lumen, high-resolution projectors.
Drones may be a divisive topic, but one fact about them is inescapable—unmanned aerial vehicles present a real growth opportunity for AV integrators.
New regulations from the Federal Communications Commission in the debate known as “net neutrality” could cause big problems for the AV industry.
The brave new world of streaming AV over IP would surely cause Ma Bell to gaze over her wall of point-to-point connections in bewilderment.
Collaboration systems provider IVCi got an early start in the videoconferencing sector thanks to founder Robert Swing’s dedication to the art and science for two decades.
Although Catherine Shanahan began her career in law enforcement, she found her true calling in AV, rising to the top of industry's list.
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