InfoComm 2017 is in the books! This episode has been produced with audio clips recorded on location in Orlando that include reviews of classes, a Peerless-AV booth tour given by Earl Neagele and a mini interview with fellow CTS-D prepper Jeremy Gregory.
Bose wiretapping? Millennials vs old people debate, Whitlock new hires, ClearOne files patent infringement suit, 39 months to vacate 600 MHz, Olympus acquires Image Stream Medical, Sapphire Marketing Boston Roadshow, plus your AV Emails and more.
Mitchell Klein returns for a special AV career spotlight episode. You’ll learn how he landed his first AV job, what the early days of home theater were like, and what residential integrators should stop call themselves. Plus your AV emails & my response.
Listener feedback time! A special guest has been recruited to help Nate read through your comments, emails & tweets. Topics include AV career advice, InfoComm certifications and AV news stories you’ll want to know about.
Gary Kayye joins us this month for an AV career spotlight episode. We discuss his first job in the AV industry at a little company called Extron and how rAVe Publications was formed.
Jason Griffing is back bringing his home tech pro-spective of CEDIA 2016. In this episode we “meet-in-the-middle” to discuss VUI, RSM and other trends in the luxury home tech market.
Josh Srago AV design consultant and writer on tech policy talks about new FCC regulations, Net Neutrality, Incentives Auction and the two most dangerous words in technology.
Mike Testa, Assistant Professor of Music Technology at Salem State University & drone hobbyist talks with us about the business of UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) in Pro AV.
Max Kopsho talks about the classes he’s teaching at #InfoComm16 and how his book Da Vinci Sales is part of the #AVGivesBack movement.
Eli The Computer Guy shares his perspective on AV-IT convergence and the AV Integration Industry.