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EduComm Highlights Education Technology Trends 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the AV industry gears up for its biggest show of the year, the fifth annual EduComm conference will once again offer workshops and presentations focused on educational technology in higher-education institutions...

Pioneer Focuses on Plasma, Custom Installation 

Continuing its targeting of the “discerning entertainment junkie,” Pioneer showed off its line of 2008 Kuro TV models earlier this month in New York. And for the first time since the high-profile launch of the flagship Kuro brand, Pioneer has thrown a technology other than plasma into the mix. ...

What Can You Contribute to the Green AV Movement? 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Just about everything is going green. As more and more consumers become educated about the environment and how to decrease their footprint, green is becoming a successful commodity. In two recently released studies--one put out by the New Buildings Institute and one by CoStar Group...

AV Technology in Special-education Environments 
By Linda Seid Frembes
AV in the classroom can be a powerful teaching tool for educators in any grade. Sights and sounds can bring new life to a history lesson or bring clarity to a science lecture. But what happens when the students being served by AV technology have special needs? At the Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) in Austin, teachers at the state’s oldest continuously operating publicly funded school have found the answer...

The Buzz: Installation spotlight: Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham, N.C.  
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Cameron Indoor Stadium, on the Duke University campus in Durham, N.C., has a rich legacy. Legend has it that the arena was conceived on a back of a matchbook...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.  
By Dan Daley
When you ante up $455 million for a sports venue, you want your share of firsts even before anyone scores in a game...

Focus On Residential AV: Smart Choices for a Smart Home  
By Jack Kontney
With the ready availability of powerful control systems, it's no surprise to learn that today's dream home is, almost inevitably, a smart home. On the recommendation of their builder, the owners of a spectacular 6000-square-foot residence in La Jolla, Calif., engaged San Diego Sound and Video to create such a system for them. ...

Installation Trends: Streamlined Sportscasting 
Daniel Keller
No one will deny that the digital revolution has had a profound and fundamental effect on the world of professional audio and video production...

The Long Tail: The Growing Market for Basic Digital Signage  
By John W. DeWitt
Even as sophisticated, large-scale digital-signage networks proliferate, there is enormous growth opportunity in the underserved market for basic “digital poster” signage solutions, according to Eric Kanagy, CEO of Goshen, Ind.-based RedPost...

Conservatory Invests in Student Laptop Program 
By Linda Seid Frembes
The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (CRAS) is the premier school for audio recording, engineering, and production education with campuses in Tempe and Gilbert, Ariz. The Conservatory's 900 hour Master Recording Program II is a 42-week program in which students spend 30 intensive weeks on campus learning about sound reinforcement...

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