11 User-Friendly Products to See at NAB '11

The NAB show opens next week in Las Vegas. It is the premier showcase for developments in the broadcast ecosystem. Amidst the product blitz are some standouts with special relevance for end-users and facility managers, including some noteworthy solutions for aggregated and lower-cost "any-screen content delivery" (cle

Are You Ready for AV Week - Take Out the AV Garbage by Christopher Maione

AV Week – October 16 - 22 You’ve got one more week to prepare for AV week - a “holiday” started by InfoComm International a few years ago.  The purpose and intent of AV week is to raise awareness of AV technologies and to promote the businesses and individuals within the AV industry.   It’s not yet an official holid

Should Education Follow Google? by Steve Cunningham

Recently I signed up for a small slew of new-to-me Google services — Google Voice, Google Talk, and Google Reader (which now serves as my browsers' home page). These are in addition to all the Google goodies I'd already been using, including Analytics and Docs, plus those extra Gmail accounts that work so well as thro

Flowing Into the Future by Chuck Ansbacher

“Talk less, show more,” was the motto at this year’s Streaming Media East conference. Taking place May 15-16 at the New York Hilton, the conference provided a nice balance of both.   In addition to the many exhibitors, such as NewTek, Haivision, Wowza, and roughly 40 others, a device pavilion allowed attendees to get

The NAB Wrap Up by NAB Show Reporters

The NAB Show Daily News, the official newspaper of the NAB Show, offers a look at some of the top stories that made headlines at the 2012 NAB Show. For additional coverage of conference sessions and exhibitors on the show floor, visit . In The News NAB's Smith Says 'We Can't Let Down Our Guard'

Deploying Projection Arrays by Digital Projection Inc.

Tech tip: how to utilize the "segmentation" feature found in TITAN Quad and HIGHLITE 660 displays.   TITAN Quad, TITAN 800 and HIGHLITE 660 series projectors incorporate a Segmentation capability, which is very useful for applications that employ multiple projectors to create one very bright contiguous image. The Se