The 67th episode of AVWeek features Dawn Meade of Net-AV, George Tucker from World Stage, and Matt Scott of Omega Audio Video.
In this Thanksgiving-week episode, the guests discuss Panasonic cutting 10,000 jobs. Also, Nortek is changing names and combining companies. The group riffs off Alan C. Brawn's License to Thrive story and asks, what certification do you need in a converging AV/IT world? Next, Kramer Electronics has new twisted pair cables. Finally, in China, a 220 story building is going to be constructed in 90 days. Do you think they remembered the AV?...
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