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Covering Live Events with Streaming Video at KAMU, Part 2 

with Bennett Liles

In this edition, SVC wraps up the conversation with Wayne Pecena of Public TV station KAMU at Texas A&M University. ...

Covering Live Events with Streaming Video at KAMU, Part 1 

With Bennett Liles

At public TV station KAMU at Texas A&M University, live remotes are streamed back to the control center with Streambox encoder/decoders....

Distance Learning in the University of Maine System, Part 2 

With Bennett Liles

Distance learning and classroom capture offer a powerful balance for the effects of shrinking budgets and growing class size. Senior systems and design engineer John Tiner offers his experience in how the University of Maine System is using Haivision to take learning beyond the campus on a statewide IP network....

Is Your Digital Signage Messaging Working? 

By Vern Freedlander, X2O Media, Vice President, Production

You finally have your digital signage network up and running, the technical issues are behind you, but how do you know if the audience is getting anything out of it? ...

Wayfinding 101 

By Maria Porco

There are several different types of digital wayfinding applications, but they all share one common goal: to help visitors of a facility find their way around. ...

Distance Learning in the University of Maine System, Part 1 

With Bennett Liles

The University of Maine System has been televising distance learning classes for 20 years, and recently it upgraded to a statewide Haivision IP network to carry signals to students. Senior systems and design engineer John Tiner is here to tell us how the system was set up and how it all works....

Digital Signposts: How to Build a Digital Signage Network Brand 

By Vern Freedlander, X2O Media, Vice President, Production

Digital signage networks need a sense of identity to communicate to viewers that they are watching or interacting with a unique channel that has a specific purpose....

Teleconferencing Acoustics 

By Russ Berger

With the evolution of technology, the conferencing concept has gone from people interacting face to face in the same room to an experience that no longer requires participants to be in close proximity for effective dialogue and communication....

State-of-the-art Courtroom Template 

The University of Memphis has the privilege of providing its new law students with some of the most advanced and intelligent AV systems for its five large classrooms and its mock and moot courtrooms....

Conference Technologies 

Established in 1988 in St. Louis, Conference Technologies now has nine offices throughout the Midwest. ...

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