Large and custom configured screens and LED walls are the norm in today’s live events. As resolutions get higher there is one box that is ready to take whatever you throw at it, and that is the Spyder X80. Drew Taylor will give us his highlights on this switcher as he owns two of them and has been engineering on the spyder series since the inception.
The Outcome & The Means To It
In today’s live events, many clients are focusing on the event experience more than the event production. What will this mean for live event AV companies and how can they prepare for this new mindset? We talk about this and more on our latest episode with VDA.
Short-Term Gains Can Blind Long-Term Risk
Risk management should be part of every live event production companies strategy, but yet many companies choose to ignore long-term risk for short-term gains. On this episode, we’ll talk about risk, insurance, and safety for live events.
Digital Signage Enhances The Event Experience
With flexibility in signage details allowing for immediate changes of content, digital signage brings a wealth of benefits to event managers spreading a brand, conference or sponsor message. On this episode, we discuss the many ways to incorporate and benefit from digital signage for live events.
The Importance of Project Management For Live Events
The exceptional experience you want your customers to have comes from dedicating the proper resources to deliver a project on scope, on time and on budget. Project Management is the most critical component of a business operation to set yourself apart from your competition and execute your business strategy. On this episode, we will begin to shed some light on critical details to help you excel in Live Event Project Management.
Lighting is still a great cost-effective solution that makes a major impact on the look and feel of an event. On this episode, we discuss updates with LED lighting, design tools, preferences on consoles and the expanding role of the designer.