The 2017 SCN/InfoComm Installation Product Awards will showcase the most innovative commercial AV products of 2016.
Half Moon Bay is an idyllic beach town just 45 minutes south of San Francisco, and its children attend schools administered by the Cabrillo Unified School District.
For many tourists, the New England Aquarium is a premier cultural attraction in Boston, as well as a major public educational resource for the region.
At just under 10,000, the capacity for concert events at Lake Charles, LA’s Burton Coliseum sits in that Goldilocks zone of being neither too big nor too small.
An Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) Adaptive sound reinforcement system was recently installed at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena, home of the NBA Thunder basketball team.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida recently opened the new Heroes and Legends attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame presented by Boeing.
While best known as roadside assistance saviors, the AAA organization offers much more for its members, with services across insurance, hotel deals, and more.
Lectrosonics’ David Thomas, Lawrence E. Fisher, and David Bundy are set to receive a 2017 Academy Award for Technical Achievement.
Genesis Integration Inc. has expanded its reach across Canada with the purchase of assets from Edcom Multimedia Products Inc., based in London, Ontario.
QSC and Shure have expanded the level of integration between Shure Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless microphones with the entire Q-SYS Platform.
Sandals Church, based in Riverside, CA, recently expanded within its current building, appointing CCI Solutions of Olympia, WA as its AVL provider for a newly constructed, 2,000-plus-seat sanctuary.