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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....

What Can You Contribute to the Green AV Movement? 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Just about everything is going green. As more and more consumers become educated about the environment and how to decrease their footprint, green is becoming a successful commodity. In two recently released studies--one put out by the New Buildings Institute and one by CoStar Group...

Picture This: Display Trends at NAB 2008  
By Jeff Sauer
Is this the year of 3D in the professional display world...

InfoComm 08 Video Preview 
By Trevor Boyer
It's 2008, and HD is everywhere — especially in Las Vegas at InfoComm 08...

Audio Podcast: Dakota Audio at the Newseum 

In this edition of the Corporate AV podcast, Online Editor Jessaca Gutierrez with Dakota Audio's Director of Business Development Michael Blake about the manufacturer's part in the recently open Newseum in Washington, D.C. and the latest audio trends in the market ...

Has Seamless Design Become Priority One? 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
It used to be common place to find patched-work AV systems in just about every building. AV ranked low on the priority list and the budget as far as streamlining the look of the technology with the rest of the facility. Projector there, screen here, another projector there. A hodgepodge of technology acquired over time as needs arose, creating a visible technology eye sore and an even worse headache for users. Have times changed? If users can catch on, they are. ...

Installation Profile: Mission: Invisible 
By Jack Kontney
When the Services Group of America (SGA) built its new headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz., one of the goals was to create an infrastructure that enabled...

Expert Viewpoint: What’s in a Lamp?  
By David Bethell
It has been more than 10 years since data projectors moved on from CRT to technologies that allowed more manageable units, and lamp technology also changed...

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