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Women of InfoComm Network at a Local Level

Building a successful network requires a commitment from every member to take action and proactively help build a supportive community.  Each one of us can do this at a local level.  Reconnecting once or twice a year at industry shows is great, but it does not build strong community. The mission of the Women of […]

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AV Professionals Embrace Their Role As Storytellers

Does the AV industry really think it has nothing to say about content? All of your clients have stories to tell; AV professionals don’t just provide a delivery mechanism for those stories — they are coauthors.

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CTS Training: Lessons Learned from Delcom

By: Sean Delph, Delcom Group Today’s audio video consulting and integration businesses know all about InfoComm’s Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) program. Over the past 30 years, CTS has clearly emerged as the leading AV professional credential. Obtaining the InfoComm CTS® certification is challenging. Companies seeking to secure or maintain AV industry leadership wisely invest in […]

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New Computer Technology Course Converges AV and IT

As industry partner Joel Jacobs, VP and CIO of MITRE Corporation describes it, AV will play an integral role in business as a whole to the extent that video will become as ubiquitous as email. To help our students gain a competitive edge in this growing industry, we created an Introduction to Networked AV Technology course, which will be offered as an elective to Computer Technology students beginning in our Spring 2017 semester.

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Building the Next Generation of AV Professionals

If you’ve been to an InfoComm show of late, you will see colorful displays of all kinds. But you will also see a lot of another shade: grey. Our industry is aging. And for all of our knowledge, experience and know-how, there isn’t a long line of people ready to take our place. In fact, lack of access to qualified personnel is the leading obstacle to further AV industry growth. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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