Boston University's Linda Jerrett and Ernie Perez discuss how they handled the school's sudden shift to remote education in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
If IT has a high-level view through a domain manager tool, then AV needs low-level tools to manage specific devices and connections.
As the AV-over-IP trend matures, it’s presenting evolving video wall requirements that AV managers must understand and prepare for to achieve organizational objectives.
By using a traditional IT tool to do a deep analysis of Netflix's video flow, we can learn techniques that are widely applicable to troubleshooting and to analyzing other types of audio and video.
Whatever an organization’s reasons are for starting up or expanding in-house broadcasts or streams, there are a few starting points that should be integrated into a video production workflow.
While it may be more fun to delve into the study of sound quality, there has never been a more critical time to understand how to maximize its clarity.
Steve Greenblatt expounds on the long-term value of entertaining diverse viewpoints and challenging one’s habits and biases.
Dr. Phil Hippensteel explains how the layered model of communications can guide a better understanding of network protocols.
When big AV projects arise that require the help of an integrator, what qualities should you look for in a technology partner?
While we may focus our attention on the challenge of attracting young people to the industry, providing effective training that brings newcomers up to speed quickly and efficiently is just as important.
In the majority of K-12 schools, instruction is moving away from a teacher-centric approach, and schools are demanding interactive technology that can keep up with the shift to more active learning.
To assess how well an IP video connection is working, it's important to consider the role of the users' method of accessing the network.
The last decades have brought about a tremendous leap in pedagogical technology, enabling students to touch, connect with, and immerse themselves in their lessons.
The following are some tips to consider when planning, testing, and executing on networked audio deployments.
The decision to use Ethernet as a method of transporting audio is well established at this time. However, little discussion has been given to the way audio can impact the IT network.