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Digital Video Compression Basics 
By Jeff Sauer
By now most AV contractors are well acquainted with the trend toward moving command and control information over IP networks. Doing so leverages existing Cat-5 cables, removes cable-run limitations, and enables sending and receiving information from anywhere to anywhere, all with greater administrative oversight. Some AV pros are also familiar with the increasing facility ...

The Buzz: Install of the Month:
Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario
 
By Trevor Boyer
At Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, hockey fans were getting frustrated. The American Hockey League's Hamilton Bulldogs, who play their home games...

Phil Reigh Sound Builds a "Convertible" AV System for Hope Eternal United Methodist Church 


Audio Processing Driving Room Devices Too 
By John McKeon
Corporate AV users and their integrators are increasingly focused on “one box solutions” for controlling their presentations, conferences, and other multimedia activities, and they are finding ever-simpler ways to do more with basic systems....

CEDIA Award Winner Combines Hidden AV with State-of-the-Art Control 

These clients enjoyed the fast-paced yet meticulous reconstruction of their modest cape from its original form to a 5,500-square-foot home complete with a functional elevator and state-of-the-art AV systems throughout. ...

Command and Control Boom Challenges Integrators 
By John McKeon
The ongoing surge in new command and control centers, across almost every kind and size of enterprise, is creating an important business opportunity for AV systems integrators, especially those who can interact effectively with their clients’ information technology staffs....

The Buzz: Install of the Month:
Medica Health Plans Minnetonka, Minn
 
By Wendy Meincke
With an automated phone system, a slip of the finger can take you in mysterious directions, and the only recourse is to find your way back to the main...

Installation Profile:
Optimal Media for Optimal Health
 
By Daniel Keller
On any given day, thousands of visitors make the pilgrimage to Orange County, Calif., armed with a checklist of must-see destinations. There's Disneyland,...

IT Trends: Content Management  
By Brent Harshbarger
Back in the '70s, they put a new identification plaque on the door of one of my favorite rooms at school. Three simple letters, IMC (standing for Instructional Media Center), replaced the name “library.” The IMC was no longer just a place to get books. It now included media items such as round, black vinyl disks called records, albums, or LPs. You could get films, film projectors, and filmstrip. The IMC also had microfiche to look up old magazine articles, and a real card catalog to find all of this cool...

Installation Profile:
Delivering the Message
 
By Bennet Liles
In world-class corporate competition, you keep pace or die. Field leaders have been powered by two proven success engines. They effectively communicate what their company has to offer and then they seed and nurture ...

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