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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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How integrators can get involved in the smart city movement, what makes AV education exceptional, and when it’s time to start seriously considering 8K.

Making sure your AV products are secure, the user interface experience, and how to sell to multiple decision makers.

Discussing last week’s NYDSW panels, emerging markets from within the AV industry, and discussing how distributors and manufacturers can help dealers on the job site.

How regional AV groups are growing, the pros and cons of cloud control, and discussing manufacturer specific certification.

Looking at where IOT and AI will affect the AV industry the most, the importance of local support when expanding globally, and the difference of dealing with a distributor instead of directly with the manufacturer.

AVIXA predicts large industry growth by 2023, Draper and Barco team up to make a video wall solution, and Stampede looks for global distribution.

Amazon becomes even more of an AV company, discussing what makes an AV system “mission critical”, and what it takes to be a global AV provider.

Maintaining a good relationship with your IT partners, streamlining your control system interface, and discussing Microsoft’s plan to split the Hub into two projects.

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.

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