Best avweek podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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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.
 
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Your weekly dose of AV news and information.
 
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Your one stop for the weekly news and information about the AV industry.
 
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Your one stop for the weekly news and information about the AV industry.
 
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Your one stop for the weekly news and information about the AV industry.
 
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Your one stop for the weekly news and information about the AV industry.
 
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AVSocial
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From the network for the AV Industry comes a podcast about how social and and should be used for your business.
 
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AVSocial
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From the network for the AV Industry comes a podcast about how social and and should be used for your business.
 
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AVApps Show Video
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From the network for the AV Industry comes a podcast reviewing all the apps for the AV world.
 
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Projection Freak
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A look at the projection and mapping market.
 
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Technology Wrap
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“Anyone can deliver the tech news; only HiPhi can deliver it like this!” Join HiPhi as he delivers the week’s Tech headlines in rhyme form.Hosted by HiPhi – The AV Professional
 
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AV Nation Specials
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Special in-depth looks at the issues facing the AV industry
 
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AVWeek 311: Most manufacturers have a council where they get feedback from clients, integrators, and tech managers. How important are these programs? What’s the best way to utelize them? Read more
 
AVWeek 317: John Chambers is leaving Cisco as the networking giant pivots to a software-first platform. Read more
 
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Bradford Benn gives us a review of the recent InfoComm India show. We talk about the future of projector lamps, and those who sell the replacements. What is the best way for you to secure your audio visual system and network? Read more
 
AVWeek 316: With Harman Professional laying off 650 employees, what will those losses mean for integrators and customers? Read more
 
AVWeek 317: InfoComm International has changed its name to AVIXA. We talk about what this means for the audio visual industry and ask why the change. Read more
 
AVWeek 315: George Tucker leads a panel on the impacts the FCC is having on broadway and higher education wireless systems. Read more
 
AVWeek 314: Bradford Benn and Cory Schaeffer join Tim Albright to discuss the importance of warranties, and some of the tricks manufacturers use to make warranties to seem more attractive and useful than they are. Read more
 
AVWeek 313: Audio video manufacturers deal with counterfeit products all over the world. How do they manage to ensure you are getting the truest form of their products? What can consultants and audio video professionals do to help the situation? Read more
 
AVWeek 280: Author and speaker Ian Altman joins Tim Albright for a special episode talking about mergers and acquisitions. We discuss how these business deals impact customers and employees. Read more
 
AVWeek 287: Brock McGinnis, Phil Cordell, and Brad Grimes discuss the IMB Watson-powered Harman voice interface. Read more
 
AVWeek 312: Matt Scott, Chuck Wilson, and Tim Troast discuss what InfoComm’s new report on the America’s means for the health of the audio video industry. Read more
 
AVWeek 307: George Tucker is joined by Josh Srago, Dave Hatz, and Phil Cordell. How does a new purple LED help push lighting in the audio video industry? Read more
 
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AVWeek 310: The impact the FCC and Net Neutrality could have on the commercial and residential parts of the audio video industry. Read more
 
AVWeek 289: How global standards in the audio video industry help integrators provide a better overall experience to their clients. Read more
 
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How the FCC’s decisions on Net Neutrality could impact commercial audio video. We talk about why a technology industry group is supporting them. The rise and evolution of audio video systems in airports. How to create exceptional experiences for your clients. Read more
 
AVWeek 307: Google has purchased an artificial intelligence (AI) startup. Today we talk about how AI will impact the audio video industry. Read more
 
AVWeek 308: Today we look at the importance for audio video integrators to build relationships with architects and consultants. Read more
 
AVWeek 293: When are PoE speakers a viable option for an installation? Read more
 
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NEC is letting you add a Raspberry Pi to their displays. Courting architects and consultants. Adding PoE Plus to control processors. Read more
 
AVWeek 297: Our guests talk about how to get involved with HALO projects. How early is too early, or too late, for stadiums, amusement parks, and large venues? Read more
 
Hitachi is releasing a new line of interactive displays. How will they differentiate these in this crowded market? Samsung is building a Bixby-powered AI speaker. We also ask where you get your subcontract labor? Read more
 
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AVNation Daily Download
 
AVWeek 304: The second part of our coverage from InfoComm 2017. We ask Dawn Meade, Steve Greenblatt, and Matt Scott what their biggest take away from the show had been. Read more
 
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AVWeek 301: The audio video industry has been moving from traditional copper to the network. How have some integrators taken to the new transports? Read more
 
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Two mergers and acquisitions this week. Legrand announced the purchase of Milestone AV for $950 million. On Thursday, Semtech acquired AptoVision, the maker of the BluRiver chip used in video over IP products. We also look at a new reporter’s take on the AV industry. Read more
 
AVWeek 303: David Labuskes, Mike Blackman, and Shaun Robinson talk about why end users belong at the annual InfoComm show. Read more
 
This is part two of our conversations from InfoComm 2017. Manufacturers, consultants, integrators, programmers, and more give us what their biggest takeaway from the show was and what they’ll be putting into their systems when they get back into the shop. Read more
 
AVWeek 296: The ramifications of Clear One’s patent lawsuit against Shure, Biamp, and QSC. Read more
 
InfoComm’s David Labuskes, Mike Blackman from ISE, Shaun Robinson of AMX, and more. We talk growth in numbers, education, and technology from InfoComm 2017. Read more
 
AVWeek 298: Commercial Integrator wrote a series of stories looking at integrating audio and video systems in marijuana dispensaries, prisons, and strip clubs. Read more
 
IBM is bringing a number of their remote workers back into the office. What do you need to know about Americans with Disability Act (ADA)? Plus, we talk about what infrastructure should AV professionals be putting into their jobs. Read more
 
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AVNation Daily Download
 
AVWeek 299: CODA Audio is entering the US market. Our guests weigh in on the move. Read more
 
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AVNation Daily Download
 
AVWeek 300: our guests give their best advice on getting, and retaining, top talent. Read more
 
Another merger and acquisition in the audio video world; Diversified purchases CompView. Where does virtual reality belong in AV? We also talk about traditional transport versus video over IP. Read more
 
Pat Drumm returns to the podcast to share his AV story. From stagehand to solder monkey to broadcast engineer with a master degree. Hear some tips for getting started in the broadcast world. Show Notes: Special Guest: Pat Drumm Release Date: June 1, 2017 Running Time: 49:17 Intro http://www.avshoptalk.com/subscribe http://www.avshoptalk.com/epi ...…
 
Pat Drumm returns to the podcast to share his AV story. From stagehand to solder monkey to broadcast engineer with a master degree. Hear some tips for getting started in the broadcast world. Show Notes: Special Guest: Pat Drumm Release Date: June 1, 2017 Running Time: 49:17 Intro http://www.avshoptalk.com/subscribe http://www.avshoptalk.com/epi ...…
 
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Has the audio video industry entered a “post-programmer” era? If so, what does it mean for all the control programmers out there? We also look at the best way to attract and keep top talent. Read more
 
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Harman and IBM are getting together for commercial-grade voice control. What is the viability of voice control in commercial audio video installations? PSA has purchased USAV. Plus, how will CODA Audio fare as they enter the US market. Read more
 
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On this week’s episode we dive into the untapped markets you may want to consider for your integration company. InfoComm has updated a new audio standard. There is an analytic company exhibiting at the InfoComm show in June. Read more
 
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Microsoft is getting into more into the education market. How to get involved in HALO projects and NHL projection mapping. Plus we look at how manufacturers should best handle firmware updates. Read more
 
Bose wiretapping? Millennials vs old people debate, Whitlock new hires, ClearOne files patent infringement suit, 39 months to vacate 600 MHz, Olympus acquires Image Stream Medical, Sapphire Marketing Boston Roadshow, plus your AV Emails and more. Show Notes: Special Guest: N/A Release Date: May 1, 2017 Running Time: 53:05 Intro http://www.avsho ...…
 
Bose wiretapping? Millennials vs old people debate, Whitlock new hires, ClearOne files patent infringement suit, 39 months to vacate 600 MHz, Olympus acquires Image Stream Medical, Sapphire Marketing Boston Roadshow, plus your AV Emails and more. Show Notes: Special Guest: N/A Release Date: May 1, 2017 Running Time: 53:05 Intro http://www.avsho ...…
 
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ClearOne filed a patent lawsuit against Shure, Biamp, and QSC. We talk about how to educate your education clients on the benefits of 4K. Plus, what is the best way to connect with designers creating exceptional experiences? Read more
 
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Microsoft and Google announced patches to various products. We talk about when and how the audio visual industry will start to offer security updates. Where do our guests think video over IP will land and how? We also take the debate from AVNetwork on projectors versus whiteboards. Read more
 
This week we talk about where acoustically transparent projection screens belong in commercial AV. How can millennials, Gen X, and boomers work together? We also look at the InfoComm TIDE conference and why you should attend. Read more
 
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We look at how integrators can develop 24/7 AV technical support. When do PoE speakers make sense? Plus, the latest in a line of “wallpaper” OLED. This time from LG. Read more
 
On this episode, we look at sending AV over IP and how that has changed. With the Raiders moving to Vegas, how do you get involved with large jobs? We also discuss ways to geek out while in Orlando for InfoComm 2017. Read more
 
Google’s new Jamboard goes on sale in May. We talk about the competition it’s up against. How the higher education market is evolving. Plus, how the U.S. can create regional shows like AV Magazine’s AV Connections. Read more
 
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Samsung’s $8 billion deal to buy Harman has finalized. What that will mean moving forward. InfoComm 2017 has a new Center Stage feature. What can you learn? We also look at the current state of video walls. Read more
 
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On this week’s episode we talk about how the audio visual industry can use standards to create consistent experiences across the globe. How do you work with competing manufacturers? We also ask the question, why should AV professionals care about IoT? Read more
 
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