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World-changing Event, Part 2 
By John W. DeWitt
Staging a world-changing event requires careful planning and seamless execution. Nashville, Tenn.-based PeopleTech Events began to prepare in earnest more than three months prior to the World Changing Ideas Awards ceremony in Saatchi & Saatchi’s Manhattan headquarters. ...

World-changing Event, Part 1 
By John W. DeWitt
Marketing hype aside, few corporate events legitimately lay claim to changing the world. One is Saatchi & Saatchi’s World Changing Ideas Awards ceremony....

Intercom Systems Offer Flexible, Creative Uses 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Walk into any school--be it K-12 classrooms or a college campus--and most likely, there is an intercom system installed there. School intercoms serve a wide range of communication needs--including announcements, direct classroom-to-office calls, regional paging, and emergency warnings...

Expert Viewpoint: Green Meetings 
By Craig Malloy
Your business professors undoubtedly told you that nothing beats seeing someone face to face. What they might not have told you is that you don't need...

Wired for News 
By Cynthia Wisehart
It had an AV budget that few museums can command a healthy percentage of the project's $450 million budget, consumed by hundreds of loudspeakers and screens,...

Expert Roundtable: The Future of Digital Signage 
By Bennett Liles
The digital-signage industry is gaining steam at a phenomenal rate...

Installation Profile: Into the Tunnel 
By Dan Daley
Digital signage runs the gamut from prosaic to artful. The digital-signage installation at American Airlines' new Terminal 8 at JFK International Airport...

Picture This: Tapping the Trend 
By Jeff Sauer
What does YouTube mean to the professional AV industry? Well, probably nothing directly. Yet during the last couple of years, the success of streaming...

Expert Viewpoint: The RoHS Directive  
By Jon Melchin
The booming construction market in the United States has spawned an increased awareness of the environmental impact of today's new builds. As a result...

KVM Switches Answer Call to AV/IT Action 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
A staple among devices in the server room, the KVM switch is garnering a bit more attention on the AV side of the networking platform. Traditionally, the KVM switch was developed to manage the burgeoning crowd of CRT monitors, keyboards, and mice. Early models of the switch connected these devices to two desktop workstations....

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