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IP-Based Broadcast Video Production Using Robotic Cameras | AV Case Studies

In 2020, Broadcast Beat, a well-known live-streaming and production company in Miami, Florida, wanted to update their studios. How did they achieve this?

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The Link Between Optimism and Success

The United Kingdom AVIXA Women's Council Local Group gathered for a panel discussion on the return to normal.

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Content Distribution & Media Power Hour: Designing & Capturing for Distribution

High-quality content capture requires starting with the distribution method in mind. We’ll look at considerations for designing the right interface as well as the sizing and layout of videos for display and streaming. Plus, ways to overcome challenges when the content already exists and must be adapted across multiple screens.

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IP-Based Broadcast Video Production Using Robotic Cameras

By Sam Molineaux

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.

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Teaching from Your Truck: A Truly Mobile Office Built on the Fundamental Concepts of AV Design

By Zachary Fisher

While far from over, we have an end of the COVID pandemic in sight with the administration of vaccines. It might be some time before we return to normal, but as, and especially after, we defeat the virus that has brought so many changes to our work environments, we shouldn’t lose the innovation and lessons learned from our going through it.

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2021 Trends: More Collaboration Between Machines and Humans

By Kirsten Nelson

Maybe at this point in the pandemic we’ve all sat at a virtual conference table with an avatar or two, read about how collaboration is going to happen in a mixed reality landscape and entertained ideas about how an AI might replace a few number-crunching execs someday. But there’s still a surprising amount of talk about humans when we look at the year ahead.

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2021 Trends: Continuing to Enhance Hybrid Classroom Technology

By Kirsten Nelson

Now that nearly all learning has a significant online component, and schools of all types will be endeavoring far to make a hybrid approach work for the foreseeable future, the outlook for 2021 places an emphasis on refinement of tools and practices. Particularly within higher education, where a hybrid approach to learning was already on the rise.

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Sneak Peek of the New AVIXA.org

Welcome to the new AVIXA.org! We’re inviting you to come in and take a look around at our new digital home. We want your feedback so that AVIXA.org continues to be part of your daily journey in the AV industry.

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The Pro AV Industry Looks Forward to 2021

For the AV industry, 2020 has been tough. Everything changed, but we're still here.

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There’s a Better Way to Work Remote

By Zachary Fisher

The AVIXA Work Remote series, composed of short, shareable videos, answers the basic questions you’ve been getting recently on how to improve audio, video, lighting, and network performance. These days, we’re all going virtual so feel free to share these AV tips.

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HDCP and EDID Demystified

Learn the causes of HDMI problems and how to troubleshoot and solve these problems in the field or over the phone.

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Creating Solutions that Connect Near and Far

By Marcella Walsh

Early in the pandemic as the world shut down, we rushed to convert to an all-virtual world. AV technology was key to supporting that challenge. Now offices, classrooms, and spaces are either open or starting to open, but with new design strategies and implementations. AV technology again plays a key role in these new environments.

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Expanding Your Expertise

By Marcella Walsh

In today’s difficult economic climate, it’s imperative to increase your knowledge and learn new skills. Today’s workforce needs to be agile so that they can remain competitive. Management needs to mentor staff and provide a positive climate and strategy for training. Companies need to adapt quickly to rapidly changing conditions.

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How Facebook Manages Collaboration During COVID-19

By Allison Tardif

How are global companies with huge office footprints handling a massive increase in working from home? Experts shared how one of the largest companies in the world is handling remote collaboration, and what they see coming as staff starts to return to its famously well-appointed office space.