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InfoComm’s Education Program Explores Fast-Growing AV Solution Area Content, Production, and Streaming

Attendees will get the opportunity to learn about the fast-growing AV solution content, production, and streaming at InfoComm 2021. The show will showcase 15 sessions covering a range of topics, which includes automatic speech recognition for caption delivery, generative media, and more.

“Producing high-quality, engaging content for streaming audiences in corporate and live events is now a must-have skill for the AV industry,” said Annette Sandler, Director of Live Content U.S./Canada, AVIXA.

Content, production, and streaming are forecast to generate $30 billion globally in 2021 with estimates predicting a 5.1% in 2026 according to the AVIXA 2021 Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA)

InfoComm 2021 promises exciting classes for all visitors. The session “How to Improve Your Video Conference with Hardware/Software Switching” will explore different ways to make video calls look better. The class will be led by podcaster Jeffery Powers.

Geoffrey Platt of 7thSense and Ginger Leigh of Synthestruct lead the “Content Creation with Generative Media and Gaming Engines” session. The class plans to examine how generative media disrupts the traditional ways of creating content and the ways we work.

The “Automatic Speech Recognition and Caption Delivery for Venues” session will be led by Bill Bennett of ENCO Systems. This course focuses on the importance of automatic speech recognition-based captioning of videos and why it is crucial. 

“I’m really excited about the AV technologists who will share their stories at InfoComm 2021 about how they’ve adapted over the last 18 months. Sharing our successes and struggles is how we make the industry better, together,” Sandler said.

Visit InfoComm’s website to check out the entire list of classes. InfoComm 2021 takes place on October 23-29 in Orlando, FL. 


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