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Endeleo Delivers Media Distribution Technology to Classrooms 

By Linda Seid Frembes

With such a strong focus on new construction of school buildings and all the technology tools that go along with them, it can be easy to forget about the majority of aging school buildings....

Western Kentucky University Selects Chyron’s HX200 for On-campus PBS Affiliate 

Chyron, a video graphics device manufacturer in Melville, N.Y., has announced that one of America's leading higher-education institutions, Western Kentucky University (WKU), has purchased an HX200 HD/SD-switchable graphics system....

The Deficit Reduction Act: A Boon for Distance Education? 

By Linda Seid Frembes

Acts of Congress aren’t usually on the radar for AV publications—especially one such as the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 from this past summer. The network news made hay about the changes to Medicare and Medicaid spending, but another little-known higher-education provision on the bill has potential for a big impact in the AV world....

Michigan School District Installed Sony Digital Powered Mixers in High and Middle Schools 

Dale Bartow, technology services director for the Lakeview School District, researched an affordable digital-powered AV mixer to meet the expanded integration needs of the school’s sophisticated new classrooms....

AV on a Budget 

By Linda Seid Frembes

Small towns that often struggle to provide the equipment for quality extracurricular activities due to budget constraints. ...

Licensing Issues Divide Industry Associations 

InfoComm, the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA), and the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) have cooperated over the years in ventures like the Integrated Systems exhibitions in Europe and Asia, and they may well continue their collaboration in the future....

Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University Gets Digital Signage 

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) became one of the first educational institutions in Singapore to deploy its very own inhouse network channel to serve as a dynamic visual communication platform for internal publicity and announcements within the campus. ...

Getting It Right: K-12 Schools Opt for Control Systems 

By Linda Seid Frembes

Discussions about the adoption of AV systems in K-12 schools have grown from a whisper to a roar in recent years....

AV Specialists Overcoming Obstacles to Fiber Success 

Although fiber-optic networks often offer the ideal transmission vehicle for high-end audiovisual and multimedia content, a number of practical considerations can also limit the AV integrator’s ability to take advantage of fiber’s benefits...

OWI Enhances Classroom Audio for Virginia’s Chesterfield County School District 

As many educators often find themselves in the same predicament, Chesterfield County School District’s Manager of Video Technology Brian Jones was recently in the position of a having a new visual system with substandard sound. ...

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