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Digital Signposts: Communications Strategy vs. Content Strategy 
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In corporate communications, confusion often looms between the terms content strategy and communications strategy. ...

Live Mixing Know-how from Buford Jones, Part 2 
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In mixing live sound, there’s no substitute for experience, and we have a guest who’s mixed with all the greats. Buford Jones with Meyer Sound is back to tell us more about how it’s done, digital and analog boards, and working with in-ear and floor monitors from a guy who has done it all. ...

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I saw 49 AV companies at InfoComm, so this will just be a few highlights from a very satisfying show. ...

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Mixing for live sound. It’s one of the most exciting jobs around and Meyer Sound’s Buford Jones has mixed shows with some of the biggest names in the music business. ...

4K Technology Brightens Installation Opportunities 
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The market has moved from standard definition to HD content, and it now stands on the cusp of a move into ultra HD or 4K content. ...

Acoustic Transmission 
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Transmission is the movement of signals from senders to receivers. For acoustic transmission, the senders are musical instruments, voices, loudspeakers—anything that makes noise. ...

Acoustics for Media Conferencing 
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Unified Communications and Collaboration 
By Cynthia Wisehart and Jessaca Gutierrez
It seems that the trend toward electronic communication and collaboration will inevitably grow. But will it grow in a way that will benefit AV consultants and integrators? Will all those screens, devices, networks, audio, and videoconferences happen as part of AV systems or IT systems?...

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