10 episodes

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 AVNation

    • Technology
    • 4.3 • 13 Ratings

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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

danielbartolini ,

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.

- db

jeresosassy ,

Whispers

Turn up the volume I can’t hear 90% of the show
I can hear mark coxson perfectly.

16kReady ,

Great info

One of the best AV podcasts. They always have a great guest panel on all their shows.

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