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Welcome to Pro AV’s only edutainment program. These lively 30-minute interactive shows will be educational and fun. We’re planning a full slate of topics over the coming months – Pro AV news commentary, training on a variety of important pro AV concepts, illuminating case studies, panel discussions and more. Let SDVoE Alliance president Justin Kennington, head of education Matt Dodd, and their special guests entertain and educate you. Engage with us.

Join us every other Tuesday
at 1 PM ET for the live show

Welcome to Pro AV’s only edutainment program. These lively 30-minute interactive shows will be educational and fun. We’re planning a full slate of topics over the coming months – Pro AV news commentary, training on a variety of important pro AV concepts, illuminating case studies, panel discussions and more. Let SDVoE Alliance president Justin Kennington, head of education Matt Dodd, and their special guests entertain and educate you. Engage with us.

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Join us every other Tuesday at 1 PM ET (New York) starting December 1.

Upcoming shows – We’re live Tuesdays at 1 PM ET (New York)

Digital Canvas: the Modern Classroom

Today's students live in a vastly different world of technology than the generations before them. Consuming content on multiple screens simultaneously is, for them, the norm. In this week's episode, professor Gary Kayye shows us that the future is happening now. In the modern classroom, the display is not a single monitor or projector connected to a single video source, but a complete digital canvas on which content may be positioned. Where traditional presentation systems ask "which single content do you want on the single display," this new approach to presentation asks "which content is most important right now," leaving other content on screen for context and background, ready to be called to the front at a moment's notice.

Guest

Gary Kayye, founder of Kayye Consulting and president and CEO of rAVe [Publications]

Gary Kayye has worked in technology branding and marketing for more than 25 years. He was the founder of Kayye Consulting, a technology consulting company, and currently serves as president and CEO of rAVe [Publications], a publishing and digital strategy and communications company that he founded in 2003. Prior to that, he served as the vice president of sales and marketing for Extron and a VP at AMX Corporation. Gary's been the keynote speaker at over 1000 technology shows and events because of his extensive marketing and branding expertise as well as his entertaining and approachable speaking style. He has either assisted or helped create a number of branding campaigns for dozens of tech companies (including brands like Cisco, NEC, HP, InFocus, Sony and even the University of North Carolina) and has even served as an expert witness in branding court cases. In addition, he also teaches classes, leads workshops and writes about technology and the future of advertising, marketing and public relations. Gary is recognized as a social media and new media technology expert, especially in the B2B markets.

Episode 14 details coming soon.

The Evolution of Office Space

Let's get it on the table: this is an episode about how COVID has affected the working world, although really, the pandemic only accelerated trends that were already taking shape for years. As workers start to return to the office, there are many unanswered questions. Will we all return to the office? As frequently as before? If not, then there will be a lot of unused space. How will that space be used? More conference rooms and collaboration spaces? A return to private offices? These questions have massive technical implications, but they are essentially driven by culture, not technology. Our guest Adam Cox is a senior analyst for Futuresource, who has had a front row seat to the changing dynamics of the AV space. He will share new insights based on thorough research to help us all understand: what is the future for the office?

Guest

Adam Cox, Sr. Analyst - Imaging & Professional Video, Futuresource

Adam Cox is senior analyst at Futuresource Consulting and is responsible for researching and reporting on technology trends across the imaging, pro video and collaboration market categories. Adam is also heavily involved in work looking at end users and service providers across the corporate markets. In addition, he works on tracking and examining the collaboration, wireless presentation and conferencing equipment sales channels. Adam joined Futuresource in 2006 working on a broad range of market tracking, analytical and strategic pro broadcast AV projects. He soon went on to lead the broadcast equipment team covering the full broadcast production chain from acquisition to content delivery. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Film and Television Studies.

Watch recorded episodes on demand

Topic Guest
A New Architecture for Network Convergence
What is a Network, Anyway?
Leveraging Fiber Optics for Video Distribution Gary Vlaeminck, Cleerline Technology Group
HDR Explained Stéphane Tremblay, Semtech
The 8K Revolution in Pro AV Chris Chinnock, 8K Association
Why Samsung Chose SDVoE over a Matrix Charlie Sullivan, Head of Business Development – UK & Ireland, ZeeVee
The Lost Art of AV – How Bright Are You? Chris Neto, Chris Neto CTS, Market Development Manager, Starin, a Midwich Company
HOW Special Is That? Matt D. Scott, President OMEGA Audio Video, Co-Founder, AVNation.tv
It’s 1:00. Do You Know Where Your Network Is? Alesia Hendley, Sales Engineer, Multimedia Journalist, Content Creator
Network Safety for AV Pros Josh Srago, JD | CIPP/US
Practice What You Preach Tim Albright, CMO, Conference Technologies
So You Think You Know USB? Tavis Sparrow, Sr. Technical Business Manager, Icron Technologies

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