From the Network for the Audiovisual industry comes the weekly news round up. Each week we gather the most important and impactful news to the AV industry, gather a group of AV professionals, and discuss what the impact of the news will be on the industry.
AVWeek 630: Virtual AV
What Extron's virtual control means for 'black boxes', Barco and Crestron have a patent agreement, and Commercial Integrator Expo's first outing.
AVWeek 629: The Family Is Growing
Biamp acquires Evoko, companies becoming jack-of-all-trades, and what the growing resimercial space means for integrators.
AVWeek 628: The Economy of Green AV
AV's power to make virtual production spaces, the dominance of Microsoft through collaboration, and what sustainability means for AV.
AVWeek 627: Done, Done, Done
Using AV to transform higher education spaces, the death of BlueJeans, and the future of control programming.
AVWeek 626: Structured, Flexible Hybrid Work (Maybe)
Zoom opts into a 'hybrid' work structure for their remote workers, and what that might mean for other companies within AV.
AVWeek 625: Battling for Bandwidth
Training up the next generation of AV pros and managing bandwidth demands.
Turn up the volume I can’t hear 90% of the show
I can hear mark coxson perfectly.
Broad range of topics and interesting interviews make this really compelling.
I've worked as a museum tech and exhibition developer for a number of years.
I initially came to this podcast for the insightful interview with John Huntington regarding the near ubiquity of network driven control systems at the student-run haunted house project he leads in New York. Nice stuff.
I stayed after hearing the hosts interview various industry folks about the impact the economy might have on the AV and integration world.
That kind of breadth - from technical to personal to broad industry - makes this a worthwhile listen for anyone who works not only in this world but anywhere near it.
Thanks for the good work.
One of the best AV podcasts. They always have a great guest panel on all their shows.