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POV: Convergence Confusion 
By Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D.
Digital technologies have brought an anthem of ideas on convergence. We may have heard every scenario and can see that some early ideas have already fallen...

The Buzz: Industry News  

ReQuest's line of media servers and iQ systems will include integrated drivers to enable communication with Tripp...

LCDs Take 57 Percent Share of 30in. and Larger Display Market 

Pacific Media Associates reports that in July the average street price for 40in. to 44in. LCD flatpanel televisions and business displays in North America dropped below those for high-definition plasma displays for the first time in the history of the company's "Flat-panel Display Tracking Service."...

BTS Matches Audi’s Excellence with Meyer Sound  

Audi recently created a temporary auditorium roughly 30 meters wide and over 50 meters long in which to hold a meeting of their shareholders. ...

Qualification-based Procurement Gaining Ground, Integrators Say 
By John McKeon
In many parts of the construction industry, the traditional design-bid-build process, which separated the design function, competitive bidding, and construction, is giving way to design-build. DB seeks to produce both time and cost savings by streamlining the process and entrusting both design and construction to the same contractor....

Undersea Cable Expansion May Create AV Opportunities 

Moving audio and video data over fiber-optic cables holds growing appeal for corporate users as well as education specialists, government applications, and anyone else who needs to move a lot of data...

IT Trends: Digital Deployment  
By Brian Glass
Software deployment has been a problem since the dawn of the personal computer. In the prehistoric time before PCs, software deployment was not an issue because, back then, software was simply installed on the central computer, and everyone automatically had access to the same set of tools. In the PC era, on the other hand, there are literally endless ways to configure individual and group systems...

The Buzz: Install of the Month:
Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.
 

Hofstra University's world-renowned School of Communications features one of the largest non-commercial radio and television broadcast facilities on the...

Management Perspectives:
All the News that's Fit to Blast
 
By Don Kreski
E-newsletters are a great way for AV professionals to offer added value to customers, says Bill Mullin, VP of Starin, a distributor based in Chesterton, Ind. — a company which currently supplies its clients with its newsletter Learning Curve. “It's a whole new day now. We can't just say, as we did in the tech boom, that technology is cool...

Picture This:
Flashy Digital Signage
 
By Jeff Sauer
In the June issue of Sound & Video Contractor, I offered an overview of digital video file and compression formats...

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