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Needham Public Schools Enlightened by Sennheiser 

The Needham Public Schools district, located in the suburbs of Boston, recently turned to Sennheiser...

Developing a Standard Design Approach 

By Linda Seid Frembes

As more colleges and universities recognize the need for AV systems in the classroom, the push to install the latest and greatest technology campus-wide can quickly become the AV staffer's nightmare...

Kramer Products Direct the Board at Mexico University  

On the top floor of a 12-story building overlooking Monterrey, Mexico, where high-powered technology meets high-powered executives...

AV Upgrades Educators Can Make Right Now 

By Linda Seid Frembes

As the lazy days of summer set in, thoughts of school are far behind. But for AV professionals, summer is the prime time for technology and equipment upgrades in schools and universities around the country...

Streaming Digital Video 

By Linda Seid Frembes

AV technology has great potential to enhance the educational experience. The education market also holds unlimited possibilities for AV systems integrators and technology developers who are willing to tailor their products...

EAW and Digital Village go to University 

Loudspeaker manufacturer Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) and Digital Village, one of the United Kingdom's leading suppliers of professional recording equipment, recently installed state-of-the-art audio technology...

Installation Profile:
Multifaceted Ministry
 

By Jennifer Blum

In 1998, the congregation of Fellowship Bible Church in Dallas was worshipping in a converted office building. But the church, formed in 1977, needed...

IEM Instant Archive Speeds Posting of Meeting Content 

Integrated Event Management (IEM), a leading event and presentation technology management company, announced that it has successfully posted meeting content to the Web in record-breaking time. ...

HD Technology Trends 

By Jay Ankeney

With more than 20 million HDTV screens sold to the domestic home market by end of 2005, most of us have experienced the advantages of high-definition television. But in the corporate enterprise communications arena,...

IT Trends: Content Management  

By Brent Harshbarger

Back in the '70s, they put a new identification plaque on the door of one of my favorite rooms at school. Three simple letters, IMC (standing for Instructional Media Center), replaced the name “library.” The IMC was no longer just a place to get books. It now included media items such as round, black vinyl disks called records, albums, or LPs. You could get films, film projectors, and filmstrip. The IMC also had microfiche to look up old magazine articles, and a real card catalog to find all of this cool...

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