This week's episode of AVWeek features Dawn Meade from Net-AV, George Tucker of World Stage, and Adrian Boyd from Avitecture. Along with host Tim Albright, the panel wonders if we're moving into a world of media-less content? If so, what will the AV community need to do to get ready? Next, is technology the most trustworthy occupation? In addition, the group is asked, "would you rather have an OLED or 4K display? How about both?"
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