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Cajka

Audio-Technica U.S President/CEO Phil Cajka Retiring March 31, 2021

Cajka to retire after 40 years with Audio-Technica in March 2021. He was succeeded as U.S. CEO by Manabu Aoki in August and will stay as president for now.

pro AV News to Know

AV News to Know Sept. 18, 2020: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: Big names in AV team up, inside the NBA bubble with Riedel and Carousel Industries names chief service officer.

Distance Hybrid Learning tech needs

What Schools Need for Distance, Hybrid Learning and How to Sell It

Schools across the country in March scrambled deploy necessary distance learning technology, and now they’re looking to AV providers for the new year.

Google Meet Series One

Google Steps Further Into Meeting Room Space with Series One

Google is partnering with Lenovo to release its Series One meeting room kits for its videoconferencing platform Google Meet.

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.

PTAB, Beamforming, ClearOne lawsuit, MXA910

Court Holds Shure in Contempt of Preliminary Injunction in ClearOne Patent Case

Shure told to stop manufacturing MXA910-A because it violates preliminary injunction in ongoing patent infringement case with ClearOne.

Cisco, Webex Classrooms

Webex Unveils Webex Classrooms for Hybrid Learning

Webex Classrooms is a new offering from Cisco that helps educators, students and parents connect via Webex Meetings for hybrid learning.

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.

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