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NAB 2020

NAB Show Postponed from April to October Amidst Ongoing Pandemic Concerns

NAB 2021 moved to Oct. 9-13 in Las Vegas about six months after National Association of Broadcasters canceled 2020 show during height of COVID-19 outbreak.

ADECIA

Yamaha Announces ADECIA Family of Audio Products

ADECIA beamforming ceiling microphone, audio processor, PoE switches and VXL Series speakers create customizable audio solution.

WeMakeEvents

Shure Goes Red in Support of Live Events Industry ‘We Make Events’ Initiative

Shure updates traditional ignition green logo to red and illuminates buildings around the world in red in support of WeMakeEvents initiative.

Bose CEO

Bose Names Lila Snyder As New CEO

Snyder, an MIT alum, becomes the first female to head the Massachusetts-based audio manufacturing giant.

Ascension Of Our Lord

Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church Improves Intelligibility with Danley SBH10 Loudspeakers

Louisiana church leaders solve decades-old issue of audio quality and intelligibility to enhance experience for Ascension of Our Lord parishioners.

Warner Grand Theatre

Warner Grand Theatre Gets 21st-Century Sound as Part of Makeover

Bell Event Services gives classic cinema from Hollywood’s Golden Era a 21st century sound system with DiGiCo consoles and a touring-grade line array system.

Certified Pre-Owned d & B

d&b audiotechnik Announce Sale of Certified Pre-Owned Systems

Certified pre-owned d&b audiotechnik systems deliver ‘premium sound quality with a drastically reduced carbon footprint through remanufacturing.’

Mood Reimagined

Mood Media Announces Mood Reimagined Initiative for Enhanced Global Client Support

Mood Media upgrades sales and account management teams in conjunction with recent Center of Excellence launch to provide global solutions and insights.

NBA VIdeo Boards

How Video Boards and UC are Helping the NBA Connect with Fans

Using LED video boards and Microsoft Teams, the NBA is giving fans a chance to have an impact on basketball games in the “bubble.”

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