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Here’s a fork, Dig In- it’s nutritious and delicious 

Episode 10 of AV Week brings new blood with Adrian Boyd, Matt Scott returns as our international correspondent, and George Tucker joins us.

We talk about AV Week, the InfoComm industry celebration of all things AV. Cheryl Regan from ICIA gives us some tips and ideas on how to promote the industry where you live.

Crestron has killed a long beloved product; we mourn the passing of the Adagio line. How would you like a control system you can control with your brain? We’ll explain. Also, George explains how to build your very own satellite. Plus, we have the next big market for you integrators… senior citizens.

Here’s a fork, Dig In- it’s nutritious and delicious 
Help us promote this fine handmade show- we appreciate your support

http://www.avnation.tv/avweek-episode-10-oh-canada/

Here’s a fork, Dig In- it’s nutritious and delicious

Episode 10 of AV Week brings new blood with Adrian Boyd, Matt Scott returns as our international correspondent, and George Tucker joins us.

We talk about AV Week, the InfoComm industry celebration of all things AV. Cheryl Regan from ICIA gives us some tips and ideas on how to promote the industry where you live.

Crestron has killed a long beloved product; we mourn the passing of the Adagio line. How would you like a control system you can control with your brain? We’ll explain. Also, George explains how to build your very own satellite. Plus, we have the next big market for you integrators… senior citizens.

Here’s a fork, Dig In- it’s nutritious and delicious
Help us promote this fine handmade show- we appreciate your support

http://www.avnation.tv/avweek-episode-10-oh-canada/

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AV week - Technophila, no vaccination required

Episode 6 of AV Week. Hosts Dawn Meade, George Tucker, and Tim Albright welcome a CEDIA update from Matt Scott and talk about Savant’s new home-controlling phone. We weigh in on Linda Seid Frembes’, the AVWriter, post about 5 ways to keep customers happy. Also, why you need a service contract business model and audio caviar

AV week - Technophila, no vaccination required

Episode 6 of AV Week. Hosts Dawn Meade, George Tucker, and Tim Albright welcome a CEDIA update from Matt Scott and talk about Savant’s new home-controlling phone. We weigh in on Linda Seid Frembes’, the AVWriter, post about 5 ways to keep customers happy. Also, why you need a service contract business model and audio caviar

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From latest my Rave Blog Squad post #AVTWEEPS 

Truly Useful Engine  

Perspective can change everything, running straight line the countryside is truly bucolic  but when the train jerks ‘round a turn you find that the rolling hills hide a shanty town.  Which side of the tracks your business is living on can be a fluid line. One month you are in the middle of richly appointed houses with green lawns and blooming gardens the next morning it is in a freight yard of dinged cars and grimy out buildings.   

How could this happen?  Perhaps you rode the line too far without checking; All lines end somewhere and these places look nothing like they do on Sodor.  Anyone who has ‘ridden the rails’ will tell you that the first rules -(after keep away from the bulls) - are to keep an eye on where the train is heading and to be wary of junctions.  

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From latest my Rave Blog Squad post #AVTWEEPS

Truly Useful Engine

Perspective can change everything, running straight line the countryside is truly bucolic but when the train jerks ‘round a turn you find that the rolling hills hide a shanty town. Which side of the tracks your business is living on can be a fluid line. One month you are in the middle of richly appointed houses with green lawns and blooming gardens the next morning it is in a freight yard of dinged cars and grimy out buildings.

How could this happen? Perhaps you rode the line too far without checking; All lines end somewhere and these places look nothing like they do on Sodor. Anyone who has ‘ridden the rails’ will tell you that the first rules -(after keep away from the bulls) - are to keep an eye on where the train is heading and to be wary of junctions.

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First episode of AVWeek. A chat interview between AV insiders and commentators about all things Audio Visual.

Episode #0000 Infocomm - Favorite Infocomm products, HDMI HDCP lssues, The Best AV Apps, Audio Manufacturers OCA alliance,The return of the video wall and Kramer only company offering InfoComm classes.

The show can be found here: http://www.albrightav.com/podcasts/

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