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Samsung to Acquire Harman in $8B Deal, But Now What?

Samsung’s $112 per share acquisition of Harman International leaves room for speculation on the future of Harman’s AMX automation brand.

Why LED Is Essential for Today’s AV Projects

A longer life-cycle, unlimited sizing options and its stunning brightness are just a few reasons why LED is essential for today’s AV projects.

Leyard’s Next-Gen DirectLight LED Series offers Sub-1-MM Pixel Pitch

The additions to Leyard’s DirectLight LED video wall line offers 0.9, 1.2, 1.5 and 1.8 millimeter pixel pitches.

Election Night Marks Debut for Fox News $30M Manhattan Studio

Fox News Network celebrates 20th anniversary in style, showing off new digs awash in LED technology.

Hybrid TV and Digital Signage Solution Transforms 560 McDonald’s Restaurants

Mood Media provided McDonald’s LA Co-Op with a compatible and controllable TV satellite delivery network solution for its 560 Los Angeles restaurants, helping to increase revenue and enhance customer experiences.

Accessorize Reopens in Style with Help from Engage Works and SFD

Decorated with LED rods and panels by which a mixture of dynamic and Instagram-friendly content is streamed, Accessorize’s new flagship store boasts a fresh look and attracts and engages customers through interactive display technology.

Move Beyond Limits with LG OLED

Available in three configurations, LG OLED signage creates lifelike images by providing 5000 times faster motion picture response time for perfectly clear images without blurring.

Tour Twitter’s High-Tech Headquarters (You’ll Want to Tweet About It)

With help from Thresher Communications and Crestron, Twitter’s headquarters provides employees with a high-tech yet rustic ‘Lodge’ space equipped with an advanced video entertainment and video conferencing system technology.

CI Editors Get AV Version of Red Sox Fantasy Camp

Staffers create content to post to Fenway Park video boards using ANC’s easy-to-use, drag-and-drop vSOFT software platform.

Inside the High-Tech Real Time Crime Center That’s Keeping 110,000 City Residents Safe

Equipped with a CineMassive visualization system featuring four high-resolution video walls and several auxiliary displays, the Miami Gardens Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center allows officials to monitor and stop crime quickly and efficiently.