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AVWeek 441: Unpredictable AV

Reading Between The Lines

We’ve got a suite of AVWeek veterans here to talk about the latest news surrounding the commercial side of the AV industry, and of course, the looming storm that is Integrated Systems Europe 2020.

AVIXA issues an official statement about the recent Coronavirus outbreak and how this could affect ISE 2020. With over 80,000 attendees and exhibitors last year, and the usual trade show/convention sickness, how do we keep ourselves safe from harm?

Onto lighter news, LG has unveiled some new wall panels with smart calibration tools. With a 0.44mm bezel, it’s almost seamless. Looking at how it stacks up against the rest of the display wall market.

XTEN-AV is showcasing a solution to sort documents through machine learning and AI. Is there a use case for this product?


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AVWeek started in late July 2011. It is hosted by Tim Albright. Albright started his professional life as a broadcaster in St. Louis. In the audiovisual industry, Tim has worked as a technology manager for Lewis and Clark Community College, control programmer, design consultant, and design engineer. The first episode of AVWeek, episode 0000, was recorded via Skype with two AV pros Albright met via Twitter and a long-time friend. Since that first episode in July 2011, AVWeek has produced a weekly program missing only one week in the first year.

Albright also taught radio and audio production for over 14 years, including introducing podcast production to his students in 2006. He resides on the Illinois side of the St. Louis, Missouri area where he and his wife raise their two children. AVWeek is based, in part, on the TWiT (This Week in Tech) model of podcasts where the host reads a news story and panelists provide their insight, analysis, and opinion on the subject matter. If you would like to be a panelist on AVWeek, email Tim at

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