Latest headlines: Bob Snyder on why Tripp Lite is making headlines, Gary Kayye on the UCC products at CEDIA Expo 2022 and more
September 7, 2022 | Volume: 20 | Issue: 33
Occasionally in AV, we make headlines in the major news organizations. Not often, but sometimes. The most recent case of that is Tripp Lite. If you’re wondering why that happened, this story is for you. Bob Snyder talks a little about the “largest political advocacy donation in U.S. history” and what that has to do with the manufacturer. Read that here.
In other news, you might be wondering why CEDIA Expo news is included here. Traditionally a home tech show, it has in the past included some multi-market products, formerly dubbed “prosumer” but now called “resimercial.” In the current climate that often contains a home-office setup, it seems apparent that markets will only continue to converge. Find out more about the UCC lineup at CEDIA Expo 2022 here.
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The story started when someone made a $1.6 billion donation to a political activist firm but structured this major financial transaction for privacy as well as tax benefits. Reporters chasing the source of this gift, dubbed “the largest political advocacy donation in U.S. history,” stumbled across Tripp Lite as the missing puzzle piece.