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From Broadway to Boardroom, Wireworks Turns 35 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Wireworks is one of those companies that have managed to provide AV cables to events and installs such as the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, the X Games, Metropolitan Opera, and XM Radio’s studio headquarters in Washington, D.C., without much fuss or fanfare. ...

Installation Profile: Shedding Light on Franklin  
By Trevor Boyer
Michael Mountjoy is the computer specialist for the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, and he's also an amateur climber. His skills with...

Expert Roundtable: The State of Fiber  
By Bennett Liles
One of the most venerable yet dynamic areas of the AV industry is fiber optics, with a sustained growth rate spurred by growing bandwidth needs, more...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Commemorative Solutions  
By Trevor Boyer
The newly opened Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex certainly has a New York flavor. Located in New York's SoHo neighborhood, it's mere blocks from long-gone...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: The Venue at Harrah’s Horseshoe Casino, Hammond, Ind.  
By Jessaca Gutierrez
When you're gambling, you want all the luck you can get. That's why when Harrah's Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind., opened the doors to its new entertainment...

Not Built for Video 
By Dan Daley
In the grand scheme of things, 1980 doesn't seem so long ago in the house-of-worship market, but in the context of media systems that integrate with houses...

Installation Trends: Expanding Worship 
By Kent Morris
Greg Baker's journey at Saddleback Church began in 1992 when he started attending services at the Lake Forest, Calif., facility, and...

Installation Profile: AV Update 
By Dan Daley
When the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., graduated its first class in 1854, semaphore flags were the primary means sailors used for long-distance...

Installation Profile: Sound Harbor  
Story by Trevor Boyer
Photos by Eddie Arrossi

The National Harbor in Maryland, a 300-acre residential and commercial development on the Potomac River, sits about 10 miles south of Washington, D.C.,...

Smart Podiums Get an All-in-one Connection 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As AV technology evolves, classroom AV systems are becoming more intuitive and easier to use despite the growing number of components. A new crop of AV products recently debuted at shows such as NAB and InfoComm to make the use of multiple AV components ...

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