This episode of AVWeek has guests George Tucker
of WorldStage and Craig MacCormack
from Commercial Integrator magazine join host Tim Albright
. The gang goes over the new technologies being released at ISE and discusses if US AV fans should take the trip to the show. They look back on the 30 year history of the MIDI standard, and talk about Cisco’s sale of Linksys, as well as Logitech’s desire to sell Harmony. They also share some of Grant Clauser
’s 4K love.
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