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Sam Molineaux is a writer, editor, proofreader, and graphic designer with several decades’ experience in publishing and marketing, particularly in the area of technology. She relishes transforming technical subjects into entertaining reading, and especially discovering the human story behind the science. She is the owner of Services Grammatica, which provides editorial services to a wide range of professionals and industries, and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Copy Editors Society, and WriterGals New Mexico. Sam has been a frequent contributor to AVIXA’s marketing efforts since 2015.

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Kay Sargent presents “Work in a COVID Era”

At the recent Almo Pro AV E4Evolution event, which this year took place all online, Kay Sargent, Senior Principal Director of WorkPlace at design, architecture, engineering, and planning firm HOK, illuminated the ways in which the pandemic has forced a change in the way people all over the world get through their working day.


The Real Cost of Your People: Understanding Labor Burden

Do you own or run a business? What is the value of your employees? Not their value as irreplaceable assets, brand ambassadors, or knowledge torchbearers — their monetary value.


Teaching the Next Generation of AV Pros—On Campus

Newly certified UNH AV specialist Kaetryn Williams-Barnard, CTS, passes the baton to her students in hopes of igniting their interest in a career in AV.


Jose Mozota on Why AVoIP is Key to Growth Potential

In partnership with AVIXA®, AV trainer Jose Mozota, CTS®-I, has developed a series of lessons on the topic of AV over IP (AVoIP).


IP-Based Broadcast Video Production Using Robotic Cameras

In their own words, PTZOptics’ Director of Marketing Paul Richards and Director of Channel Development William Golde describe how Miami-based Broadcast Beat television studio is using their robotic PTZ cameras in IP-based broadcast video production.