I am fully aware that I am a baby in the AV industry having only been working in it for a little over two years. Let me back up a little bit. If I’m being completely transparent, before working for rAVe, I wasn’t even really fully aware of all that the AV industry encompassed. What […]
So, before anyone accuses me of copy-catting or riding the coat tails of another article released lately by a competitive publication, I just want to say you’d be wrong. I actually wrote about this idea in 2011. Now considering only about 200 people read my personal blog, I ‘m betting you didn’t see it and it went […]
Working in the AV industry, we are all so inundated with technology day in and day out. But, we wanted to know how the AV industry uses their TV and cable at HOME. This is what we learned.
“In 1982 a crack commando unit was sent to Japan by IBM to install a Video Conferencing system that did not yet exist. These men promptly saw the potential and left IT, escaping to the Audio Video underground. Today, still wanted by an array of clients, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have […]
Ready for some summer fun??? If you have read some of my past blogs like Promises, Promises or Press Relief Hyperbole, you may know how I feel about some of the press releases we see in the AV Industry. I’m not sure why there is sometimes such a large disconnect between what manufacturers promote and […]
Rightfully so, there has been much postulated about AV and IT. You know: all about how they’ve “converged,” how one might not fully understand the other and which is the tail and which is the dog. And while we here in the AV Club are unabashedly biased to the “A” game we also embrace all […]
By Linda Seid Frembes rAVe Columnist So I apparently hit on a hot topic when I wrote my December 2009 column about AV & Architects that shared an architect’s view on working with AV. Your feedback was immediate and fantastic. Even so, it wasn’t my intention to do a second part to the story until […]
November and December are typically quieter in ProAV news than other months, as you see from this issue. Everyone’s doing their budgets and planning for next year. Manufacturers should be putting as much into R&D as they are into marketing in 2007. This market could be up for grabs. IT not only wants in AV, […]