Archive | March, 2014

Audiovisual Education and Training: One Size Does Not Fit All

So much is being written about how people learn combined with the overwhelming pace of new content. We hear endlessly about the poor, poor, millennials who are apparently the most difficult people on the planet to work with and can only learn via YouTube. Articles stating that Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) will ring the […]

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A to B Came Way Before A-to-D

Walking through the company lobby the other day I saw the latest issue of Systems Contractor News sitting on the pile of recent magazine arrivals for anyone to peruse. Their March issue just happened to be “The Audio Issue.” As someone who followed the common career path of musician to sound guy to a career […]

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Compliance with the ADA is Beneficial and the Right Thing to Do

Recently, I had the opportunity to give a presentation to the Certified Access Specialist Institute in California (CASI) on Assistive Listening Systems and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As one of the co-founders of Listen Technologies, I am a passionate advocate for Assistive Listening Systems. My recent presentation to the specialists at […]

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want

InfoComm’s March 2014 Economic Snapshot’s been released (see my blog post, Safe and Sound – Lessons from the March 2014 InfoComm Economic Snapshot, for an overall summary). In this post I’m going to offer a closer look at the technology that education technology professionals are looking for, and bring to light some of the frustrations […]

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Source: Google Fiber

Google Fiber Ready to Change the Broadcast / Broadband Game and Make 4K Ubiquitous

The NFL and the Olympics have always been the Great Exhibitions of video technology. Instant replay and freeze frame are only slices of live event experience born from sports coverage. The home viewing experience has become so enthralling that some of the staunchest, weather-resistant fans are deciding not to renew their NFL tickets. Why spend […]

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