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Picture This: 2005 In Review 
By Jeff Sauer
As we turn the last page on the 2005 calendar, it's an appropriate time to reflect on what's occurred over the last year and to plan ahead for next year. In the video and display industries, that means taking stock of the new products and trends that have emerged during 2005 and what potential...

Picture This: CEDIA 2005 
By Jeff Sauer
Indianapolis has been the home of CEDIA almost since its inception in 1989 and the home of CEDIA EXPO for six of the last seven years. It's a friendly Midwestern city with surprisingly interesting architecture (the Crowne Plaza Hotel is in a refurbished train depot where you can stay in rooms...

CEDIA Award Winners  
By Mark Johnson
In a word, yikes! That about sums up the 2005 CEDIA EXPO. The show has outgrown its home at the Indy convention center/RCA Dome. Exhibitors' booths were set up in every conceivable location, with overflow into the Marriott across the street...

InfoComm Director: We Will Support Members Entering the Residential Market 

Thank you for all the coverage provided on the activities of our members as well as of our association, InfoComm International. One issue that is receiving more coverage in the AV press is the increasing number of professional AV companies doing business in the residential market. As the association that clearly identifies itself with AV communications, we have watched this phenomenon, and began late last year to take steps to support our members. As members consider and approach this market, our first step was to produce a Residential Pavilion at InfoComm '05 in Las Vegas. Since more than 25 percent of the attendees at InfoComm have indicated they are involved in the residential market, our goal was to provide them a convenient opportunity to see residential systems at the show. At the same time, the pavilion gave our exhibitors a way to show these interested pro-AV companies their residential products. In addition, we offered a seminar track to further help our attendees understand the opportunities in the residential market. ...

HTSA Endorses Screen Dreams’ DVD Screensavers 

Customers at high-end audio/video retailers across the country now have the chance to brighten their living rooms and home theaters with sunny beaches, rainforest waterfalls, fluttering butterflies, and tropical fish, thanks to the Home Theater Specialists of America (HTSA). The buying group, which represents successful retailers nationwide who generate more than $500 million in annual revenue, is now offering a unique program that includes Screen Dreams’ colorful, animated DVD screensavers for flat-panel TVs to all 53 of its member retailers....

CEDIA EXPO Continues to Grow in Attendance with 2005 Event  

The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) has announced that more than 26,000 custom electronics professionals convened Sept. 7-11 at the Indiana Convention Center and RCA Dome in Indianapolis for CEDIA EXPO 2005. This year's overall attendance was the largest in EXPO's 16-year history....

Installation Profile:
HGTV's Dream Home 2005
 
By Linda Seid Frembess
For the past nine years, Home & Garden Television (HGTV) has designed and built a fully furnished home (dubbed the Dream Home) for the sole purpose of giving it away to one fortunate viewer. As this annual...

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