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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...

Installation Profile: Mission: Invisible 
By Jack Kontney
When the Services Group of America (SGA) built its new headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz., one of the goals was to create an infrastructure that enabled...

Air Canada Signage Network Keeps Employees Up to Date 
By John W. DeWitt
Ubiquitous digital signage at major airports informs and entertains the traveling public—but what about airline employees? The world’s 14th-largest commercial airline answers this question with Air Canada News (ACN), a broadcast-quality, bilingual digital-signage network that the airline recently piloted (no pun intended) in its Montréal In-Flight Service Crew Support Centre and In-Flight Service Training Centre...

Standardization Advances University of Wisconsin Colleges' Distance-education Program 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Distance education continues to be a popular topic in higher-education institutions. A study by the U.S. Department of Education in 2003 found that more than half of two- and four-year colleges offer distance education programs to their students. At the University of Wisconsin Colleges (UWC), a network of 13 two-year colleges, distance education has been offered in various formats over the last 15 years...

AV/IT Culture Gap 
By Michael Goldman
Last year in this space, I gawked in awe at the sophistication of intelligent buildings such as New York's Hearst Building the subject of the March 2007...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Hastings College, Hastings, Neb.  
By Trevor Boyer
With about 1,500 students, Hastings College a liberal-arts school in Hastings, Neb. has a sophisticated broadcast-journalism program for an institution...

Expert Roundtable: AV Meets IT 
By Jay Ankeney
Like the raging streams of the mighty Nile River, the two currents of audiovisual (AV) communication and information technology (IT) are combining to...

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