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Diversity Blooms into Creativity in the AV Industry

During women’s history month, Pro AV Today podcast host Ben Thomas welcomed Kelly Perkins, Marketing Director at Kinly, to discuss the lack of diversity in the AV industry and investigate Read more

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Opportunities for Women in the Trucking Industry
December 8, 2022

While women comprise nearly half of Canada’s workforce (47%), only three percent of women make up the number of Canadian truck drivers. While the number of women getting their commercial driver’s licenses has increased since 2010, there is a long way to go to realize the potential of women in the trucking industry. The […]

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Hitting Your Consumer Through Linear and CTV
December 8, 2022

Today’s technology provides many options for those wanting to reach audiences through TV. Linear TV is no longer the only option; CTV, or connected television, continues to spread as more and more consumers cut the cord of traditional linear options and move to internet streaming content. Estimates indicate the bulk of television viewership will […]

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Essential Community Services—A Profile on the Queens Public Library
December 8, 2022

Host Ron J Stefanski is excited to bring another episode of this special DistruptED Public Library Edition series to listeners and viewers. In this second installment, Stefanski looks at Queens Public Library and the public library innovations that created an even more essential service for the New York City Borough for over 125 years, […]

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Diversity Blooms into Creativity in the AV Industry
March 29, 2022

During women’s history month, Pro AV Today podcast host Ben Thomas welcomed Kelly Perkins, Marketing Director at Kinly, to discuss the lack of diversity in the AV industry and investigate ways in which the industry can expand its reach. One significant challenge the industry faces is the lack of awareness within the general population. This […]

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InfoComm 2021: Where Does Female Participation in AV Stand After the Past Year?
November 4, 2021

Key Points: Female participation has traditionally been low in AV and Technology Industries. Women find having a lack of role models and unequal growth opportunities as obstacles. Cory Schaeffer believes the AV Industry has a lot to offer women and hopes they come back post-pandemic. Commentary: Female participation in AV and technology industries has […]

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InfoComm 2021: The Real Impact of the Pandemic on AV’s Work and Workforce
October 28, 2021

The pandemic left lasting impacts on industry demographics and workflows; the AV industry is no exception. Our team on the ground at InfoComm 2021 wanted to get a pulse for some of the ways COVID left women in AV with less work and resources, as well as whether AV design work itself has shifted in […]

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Video Vices: How Did InfoComm 2019 Set New Directions for AV?
June 24, 2019

A week out from InfoComm 2019 in Orlando, we decided to focus this episode of Video Vices on thoughts, trends and predictions around the biggest Pro AV show of the year. We sat down with Christy Ricketts, vice president of operations and marketing at Contemporary Research, who attended the event for her seventh year. […]

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InfoComm 2019: Leading Women into a More Diverse and Empowering AV Industry
June 18, 2019

The Audio Visual industry is dominated by men, with women making up a mere 14% of the industry. But that does not mean that the women in AV are not making waves and pushing for change. In fact, from one year to the next, change can quite literally be seen. Take the AVIXA Women’s […]

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