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AVWeek 479: Silent Disco

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Disco isn’t dead, it’s just sleeping. But what never sleeps is the AV industry, always having new stories to talk about. With us to discuss the commercial side of AV is Director of Learning Environments for USC Joe Way, Applications Engineer at Shure Joel Norris, CEO of IAS Technology Jeremy Caldera and Show & Event Production Specialist Rachel Harris. 

We are still in the midst of a global pandemic. And in light of that, higher education spaces are looking at the hybrid design of classrooms for educating students in person and from afar. And since we have the author of the article Joe Way with us, it only seems right to get his look at this situation. What can the AV industry do for this hybrid learning initiative? How can we apply some of these standards and take them from the classroom to the boardroom?

Speaking of a global pandemic, one of the facets of AV that has been significant for companies and businesses has been digital signage solutions. We discuss how digital signage has benefitted in use for leading consumer around shopping areas and what the future of digital signage holds for a post-COVID world.

Links to sources:
  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.  
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