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Digital Educator Program Benefits from AV Donation 
By Linda Seid Frembes
For a K-12 teacher, gathering multimedia content and using interactive technology to interest students in learning can be a tough task. Teachers must somehow master the use of computers, whiteboards, and projectors to present content in addition to providing fundamental knowledge of the subject matter to their students...

Installation Profile: Shedding Light on Franklin  
By Trevor Boyer
Michael Mountjoy is the computer specialist for the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, and he's also an amateur climber. His skills with...

Picture This: Consumer Electronics Show 2009  
By Jeff Sauer
Even before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) started, it was clear that the economy would have an effect on the event. High-profile manufactures had...

Installation Profile: Intelligent Design 
By Jack Kontney
Founded in 1853, the California Academy of Sciences (CAS) is one of the cultural jewels of the San Francisco area. It houses an aquarium, a natural history...

Focus on Hospitality: Cutting-edge AV in Luxury Hotels  
By John W. DeWitt
The recent Golden Globe Awards did more than recognize Hollywood's glitterati and their creative performances. For Arlington Heights, Ill.-based integrator...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: The Venue at Harrah’s Horseshoe Casino, Hammond, Ind.  
By Jessaca Gutierrez
When you're gambling, you want all the luck you can get. That's why when Harrah's Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind., opened the doors to its new entertainment...

Equipment Security for Classroom Technology 
By Linda Seid Frembes
It is an unfortunate fact that theft of AV equipment is a constant concern, especially for schools that have installed integrated classroom AV systems. Equipment that must be in plain view to operate--such as projectors, flatpanel displays, and loudspeakers--are often targeted as high-theft items...

Trend Watch 2009 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the mainstream news indicates, this year will be a challenging one for businesses of all kinds. The corporate market, in particular, has weathered the dual blows of soaring travel costs and the crash of the financial services sector...

Installation Trends: Expanding Worship 
By Kent Morris
Greg Baker's journey at Saddleback Church began in 1992 when he started attending services at the Lake Forest, Calif., facility, and...

Not Built for Video 
By Dan Daley
In the grand scheme of things, 1980 doesn't seem so long ago in the house-of-worship market, but in the context of media systems that integrate with houses...

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