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 536: Simplify The Process
The Digitial Signage Federation & Questex partner up for DSE 2022, crafting a concise value proposition and AMX partners with Panopto for higher education control systems.
AVWeek 535: Behind The Duck
The convergence of AV & IT, using AV to create unique experiences and the use of touchless solutions moving forward.
AVWeek 534: Supply Chain Software
Looking at the InfoComm 2021 numbers & the impact of in-person AV trade shows, utilizing AV software to get past hardware supply chain restrictions, and the importance of awards for companies & employees to be recognized for their efforts.
AVWeek 533: InfoComm 2021 Part 2
Continuing our coverage of InfoComm 2021, the impact of the show, and what lies in store for AVIXA and the industry as a whole.
AVWeek 532: Live From InfoComm Part 1
Live From InfoComm 2021, we talk to leaders, manufacturers and tech managers about their experiences during the show.
AVWeek 531: Sorry, Tim
InfoComm 2021 kicks off this week, why certifications are important to the industry, and looking at support teams in higher education.
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.
Turn up the volume I can’t hear 90% of the show
I can hear mark coxson perfectly.
One of the best AV podcasts. They always have a great guest panel on all their shows.