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AVWeek brings context to the audio visual news of the week featuring some of the most engaging people in the AV industry, including  manufacturers, integrators, programmers, technology managers, and AV reporters. AVWeek always brings the most current, entertaining, and sometimes controversial news and commentary about the commercial AV industry today! It is a great cross section of the AV community. Hosted by AVNation founder, Tim Albright, AVWeek posts every Monday. Below are the episodes of the past six months. The complete archive can be found at the archive page.

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Killer Apps for Video Over IP, CTI’s new in-house internship, and the National Music Auditorium of Spain renews its emergency system notification system.

How voice control is faring amongst consumers, preparing for the trend of “resimercial” design, and developing dynamic workspaces.

The future of video over fiber, putting AV systems into cars, and acquiring data to create a better experience for your client.

Getting assistance for projects outside your area, What is required for projects involving digital projectors, and understanding when it’s time to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

Microsoft and Amazon let their voice assistants talk to each other. LinkedIn implements Q-SYS for large-scale presentations. The qualities of an exemplary AV professional.

Crestron getting hacked at Def Con lets us talk about AV network security. The benefits of regional experience centers in audiovisual. Getting more APEx certified commercial integrators.

Corporate audiovisual installs will rise over the next four years according to a new AVIXA report. Selling VTC in an era of Zoom. Getting together with manufacturers on big installs.

Using AV-centric art installations to pitch your next AV job. Getting and keeping audiovisual employees. The benefits for ProAV dealers of end users at the InfoComm show.

Mergers and acquisitions among audiovisual distributors. Security and displays with PCs. Getting AV techs a running start on configuring switches for AV over the network.

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