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Evaluating Emerging Markets in AV with Rich Ventura of Sony

  On a recent episode of the podcast “Pro AV Today,” host Ben Thomas interviewed Rich Ventura, Sony’s Vice President of B2B. The two talked about some of the latest Read more

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The Next Generation of Broadcast Cameras
August 16, 2022
The world of broadcast quality cameras has expanded beyond the traditional barriers of terrestrial TV. Houses of worship, educational institutions, sports leagues and more have taken advantage of more accessible Read more
US Housing Starts Decline to Lowest Level Since Early 2021
August 16, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- New US home construction fell in July by more than forecast to the slowest pace since early last year as builders adjusted to a pullback in demand and a pickup in inventory. Residential starts Read more
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CHIPS Act Will Bring A Wave of R&D to Semiconductor Manufacturing
August 16, 2022
The U.S.’ tech supply chain is getting a strategic helping hand from Congress, as the CHIPS ACT (Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors) has passed both the House and Senate, 243-187 and Read more
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Evaluating Emerging Markets in AV with Rich Ventura of Sony
July 11, 2022
  On a recent episode of the podcast “Pro AV Today,” host Ben Thomas interviewed Rich Ventura, Sony’s Vice President of B2B. The two talked about some of the latest Read more
Studio Insights: Studio Spaces in Corporate Spaces
March 22, 2022
Companies recognize the need to produce video content to reach an audience more than ever before. Even further, the need for video content creation requires more access to Read more
What’s Next for Digital Signage?
March 9, 2022
  Digital signage has been a regular part of many environments for nearly 20 years. While it’s no longer “new,” it’s still a critical piece of technology used in settings from retail Read more
How Remote Video Productions Have Become More Accessible
February 7, 2022
Remote video production is changing the broadcast landscape. While the model accelerated due to the pandemic, the technology making it possible continues to drive innovation. Discussing this Read more
The Past, Present and Future of Hologram Technology
December 29, 2021
  While hologram technology isn’t new, the modern application is night and day from where it started decades ago. To discuss its evolution and applications, Pro AV Today host Read more
InfoComm 2021: How Architecture Embraced Disruption & Technology to Tackle Hybrid Work
October 28, 2021
   Key Points: The pandemic shifted the traditional office model. The notion of  hybrid work has been building for a long time. Companies must now focus on Read more
What Does the Future Look Like for Experiential Design?
August 23, 2021
  As more industries face the pressure to give a quality experience to their end users, how will more intentional experiential design lead to a better customer Read more
Small Rooms Are the Big Trend in Conferencing
June 10, 2021
Conference rooms have been a hallmark of corporate offices. However, a shift in the workforce due to the pandemic is evolving their use. To discuss this evolution, David Garlett, Manager, Key Read more
Introverts Can Still Make Effective Leaders
May 25, 2021
Being an effective leader is challenging. Many times, leadership isn’t born. It’s made. In most situations, leaders beget leaders, which means leadership is learned from other great Read more