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AVWeek Episode 15: Tim Killed Laserdisk

Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder Guests: Matt Scott and Chris Neto

Record Date: 11/14/2011

 Episode 15 of AV Week: Matt Scott and Chris Neto join Tim Albright to talk about the week’s AV industry news. Singapore is one of the first countries to mandate minimums for wiring homes. Is this something the US and Canada should implement? We talk about the move from IPV4 to IPV6 and what that means for the AV professional. Speaking of moving technologies, how is the move away from Flash and into HTML5 going to change the way we do things? Steve Seachrist wrote a piece on RavePubs about cord cutting. We’ll talk about whether or not we as a society are truly cutting the cord for Internet video or is it because of the economy. Why do AV pros have such an adverse reaction to the DS market? We play off of Craig MacCormack’s Commercial Integrator article. Finally, Samsung releases a flexible AMOLED screen; does this mean screens rolled up like projector screens are coming soon? Running Time: 1:02:49

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