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Installation Profile: NYC Inc. 
By Dan Daley
First impressions count for a lot in business, and NYC & Company—New York’s marketing, tourism, and partnership organization—understands that...

Pay-per-click Advertising 
By Don Kreski
Not everyone who effectively markets to search engines manages to optimize his or her website. “We have been doing pay-per-click advertising for about three years now, and it’s grown to be our number-one marketing tool,” says Martin Phillips, president of Austin, Texas-based Wireless Computing...

Revolutions 
By Michael Goldman
In these tough times, the AV industry finds itself sitting at the heart of an interesting cultural phenomenon/business paradigm shift—a phenomenon that goes by the abbreviation CSR, which stands for “corporate social responsibility.” ...

Installation Spotlight: Emergency Management Hub 
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In 2002, the city of Ottawa set up a comprehensive Emergency Management Program (EMP) that was to provide a comprehensive and integrated response to emergencies, disasters, or other unusual situations affecting the area...

LED Technology: What’s New, What’s Next? 
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Ever since blue LEDs appeared in the 1990s, a cascade of development and system evolution has advanced solid-state lighting to become a viable and prosperous technology foundation. Today, LED technology is used for general lighting in small and large venues...

Picture This: Digital Signage That’ll Grab You 
By Jeff Sauer
One of the overt trends emerging in both the consumer and professional entertainment industries over the past year or two has been 3D...

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. ...

Corporate AV Projection and Flatpanel Trends 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Projectors and flatpanel displays are the centerpiece to many corporate AV installations. According to Dr. Jeffrey Macdonald of TFCinfo Corp., the most popular projectors are in the 2100 to 2500 lumen range for value-priced models, and 2600 to 3000 lumens for fuller featured models....

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...

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...

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