Pro AV Events: AVTweeps Everyone in the Industry Should Follow, Part 4

If you make sure to follow everyone on these four lists, your Twitter feed will never lack for the latest #AVNews from the top AVTweeps in the industry.

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Pro AV Events: AVTweeps Everyone in the Industry Should Follow, Part 4

All good things must come to an end, although in this case, the fun is just beginning if you find a Twitter feed or two of AVTweeps you haven’t been following yet.

We’re wrapping up the list with a handful of industry show-focused accounts and some of the other AVTweeps who don’t really fit into a category, although you might notice they all bring a modicum of snark to their insights.

See the other categories of AVTweeps to follow at the bottom.

@DSExpo

The Digital Signage Expo, under show director Andrea Varrone, is a constant barrage of eye candy

@InfoComm

InfoComm 2018 set an attendance record with almost 43,000 registered for the event. That’s a credit in part to marketing director Barbara Blasowsky and senior VP of exhibitions Jason McGraw.

@ISE_Show

Everyone’s buzzing about Integrated Systems Europe’s move to Barcelona in 2021, but managing director Mike Blackman and his staff haven’t forgotten about the 2019 and 2020 shows in Amsterdam.

@SEATConference

SEAT is the industry’s most well-known sports technology conference and this feed is always on the cutting edge of the latest innovations at an arena or stadium near you. You should also check out CEO Christine Stoffel‘s insights.

The Best of the Rest

@FrankPisano

Frank is a sporadic tweeter. but his love of the industry is evident in every one of them.

@yoram
Yoram Solomon is a well-known public speaker and innovation expert whose goal is to find “the next big thing.”

@sixteennine

Dave Haynes has never been afraid of speaking his mind when it comes to digital signage and other related topics.

@vacajun
Michelle Loret has become a go-to resource for all sorts of tech news and fun.

@HumanCircuit1

Human Circuit’s Bruce Kaufmann always looks at things in a unique way.

@newscaster

You never have to wonder what Kim Lancaster is thinking. We think that’s a good thing.

@DaleBottcher

Dale remains among the most active tweeters from the industry’s largest company, AVI-SPL.

@jbmyers

Jay is an author and frequent trade show attendee. He often shares the highlights of from latest stop for those who can’t be there in person.

@DailyAVTweeps
If someone uses the AVTweeps hashtag, you’ll find it here. It’s like Reader’s Digest for AV industry content.

@Tech_Sharer

As the name implies, this account is about sharing tech news with others who might have missed it. There doesn’t appear to be any original content, but it’s a great resource.

@thebert

Tim Hebert’s unique path to success in IT integration makes for excellent fodder for his tweets.

@cmaav

Consultant Chris Maione, who recently became a CI blogger, is always looking for the next big thing.

@GeorgeVFournier

George recently changed jobs, but he hasn’t lost his passion for technology and other more off-the-wall topics.

@trstimson

Consultant Tom Stimson is all about finding ways to help you improve your business.

@coryschaeffer

Cory offers practical advice in a tangible way.

@ALLhawaii

Andrew Lanning runs IST Hawaii with his wife Christine and he’s co-creator of the Hibachi Talk video series and Security Leadership Chronicle.

@TheBigSug

Alpha Video’s Jeff Volk wears his heart on his social media sleeve.

@daveriberi

Dave Riberi, who runs LightWerks, finds inspiration all around him.

@NEC_RV

Richard Ventura alternates technology, Minnesota sports and business leadership in his feed.

@katyemcgregor

Katye only stops thinking about technology to relish her Montana surroundings.

@NobleCrawford

If you want to know how to make more of a mark on social media, Noble is the guy to ask.

Read the Other Parts

  • AVTweeps You Need to Follow Part 1
  • AVTweeps You Need to Follow Part 2
  • AVTweeps You Need to Follow Part 3