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POV: Designing a Better InfoComm 
By Mark S. Valenti, CTS
It is tradition for the new president of the InfoComm Board of Governors to provide the membership and the broader community with an update of what the association plans to accomplish in the upcoming year...

Creature AV 
By Michael Goldman
This issue's story on the expansion of the George Aquarium ballroom hit my desk shortly after I got a release about an AV exhibit dubbed “Big Cat Falls” at the Philadelphia Zoo...

Installation Profile: High-tech Hotspot  
By Allen DeRilke
Like many urban downtowns, inner-city Philadelphia has been undergoing a renaissance of late....

Picture This: Consumer Electronics Show 2008  
By Jeff Sauer
When I first started attending the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 15 years ago, products didn't usually show at CES in January if they wouldn't be ready to start volume production in the spring...

Associations Focus: Recognizing Achievement 

The Electronic Lifestyles Designer and Manufacturers' Excellence Awards are highly sought after in the industry, and higher standards and new categories have been put in place this year...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta  
Staff Report
The Georgia Aquarium, which opened in 2005, is the world's largest facility of its kind and features more than 100,000 animals representing 500 species...

Focus on Hospitality: Technology Updates Help Guests Stay Connected  
By Jack Kontney
The modern hospitality industry is in a constant state of flux, trying to balance the need for return on investment against rising pressure to provide...

Video Innovation Moving at the Speed of Business 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
While YouTube has proven to be a groundbreaking success for delivering content from everyday Joe to big organizations and even now schools, that delivery option might not be the most finessed for a businesses....

Projection News at CES 2008 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
The CES 2008 show ends today in Las Vegas. Although there’s a plethora of residential and consumer products, there’s been news on the corporate AV front as well, but perhaps the biggest—and most long awaited—news is coming from the projector front....

Picture This: Wireless Visuals and Video 
By Jeff Sauer
Cables and cords are the virtual blood vessels of professional AV. They're the (mostly) unseen conduits that carry the content upon which the industry...

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