Crestron Electronics is a control, video processing, switching, and audio processing company. It is based in Rockleigh, NJ.
In the back rooms of the AVNation headquarters there have been discussions about various new shows to produce, which ones to drop, and what our future holds. This is, after all, a labour of love. We don't sell ads, and all of our "staff", as it is, volunteer their time. So, when a decision is
Host: Tim Albright Guests: David Labuskes, InfoComm Director and CEO. Record Date: 2/24/2013 On this episode of InfoComm Today, InfoComm Executive Director and CEO David Labuskes joins us. He talks about improving the customer experience and what we can expect from InfoComm this year. How can InfoComm improve live staging and events? What is the economic forecast
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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Marc LaVecchia, David Barnett, and Rich Fregosa Record Date: 2/13/2013 We kick off this pilot episode defining what is programming. Who does it, and what are the qualifications? What is the future of programming in the AV? How has Crestron and AMX helped the programmer and
Host: George Tucker Guests: Brad Grimes from InfoComm, Rodrigo Ordonez of K2 Audio, InfoComm VP of Education and Certification Melissa Taggart, and Rachal Bradshaw from InfoComm's curriculum development Record Date: 2/10/2013 On today's episode, George Tucker talks with Brad Grimes from InfoComm International, Rodrigo Ordonez of K2 Audio, InfoComm VP of Education and Certification Melissa Taggart, and Rachal
Hosts: Tim Albright AVNation Founder Panelists: Matthew Silverman, Scott Tiner, Greg Brown Record Date: 01/25/2013 The tablet wars are heating up and the new Surface Pro looks to be a player... if the price comes down some. We talk about BenQ and others moving in on Smart's space. The world of IT and AV continue