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AVWeek - MP3 Edition

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AVWeek brings context to the audio visual news of the week featuring some of the most engaging people in the AV industry, including manufacturers, integrators, programmers, technology managers, and AV reporters. AVWeek always brings the most current, entertaining, and sometimes controversial news and commentary about the commercial AV industry today! It is a great cross section of the AV community.

Customer Reviews

Broad range of topics and interesting interviews make this really compelling.

I've worked as a museum tech and exhibition developer for a number of years.

I initially came to this podcast for the insightful interview with John Huntington regarding the near ubiquity of network driven control systems at the student-run haunted house project he leads in New York. Nice stuff.

I stayed after hearing the hosts interview various industry folks about the impact the economy might have on the AV and integration world.

That kind of breadth - from technical to personal to broad industry - makes this a worthwhile listen for anyone who works not only in this world but anywhere near it.

Thanks for the good work.

- db

Great info

One of the best AV podcasts. They always have a great guest panel on all their shows.

Mute please!

Great content and keeps you up to speed on current trends in the AV industry...when you can understand it. Clive needs a decent connection and the guests need to find somewhere other than a Starbucks to join the forum. There's a constant background stream of noise. You're AV and IT experts. I think you can handle this.

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