103 #AVTweeps You Must Follow on Twitter

Our list includes AV, IT and security integrators, manufacturers, consultants, rappers, comedians and more. If you’re not following them all, you should be.

As we celebrate five years on Twitter, here are the 103 feeds we’ve found to be the best #AVTweeps around.

We hope you’ll agree that these are the best Twitter feeds to follow and check them out if you haven’t done it yet. [continued…]

@TuckerTues: We don’t always completely understand what George Tucker is talking about, but we know it’s insightful.

@AVGrump and @AVDawn: Harry and Dawn Meade take different approaches to their Twitter feeds, but both work and make us smile in different ways.

@MikeBrandesAV: Sarcasm and cynicism aren’t in short supply for Mike Brandes, although he’s hoping to cut down on both in 2016.

@BradfordBenn: Opinions are never in short supply for Bradford, whose outlook on most things is… well, unique.

@The_AV_Pro: Everyone’s favorite AV-focused rapper, Phil Cordell brings the fun to the industry.

@stevegreenblatt: The Control Concepts founder gets around the industry and isn’t shy about commenting on it.

@mattdscott: President of Omega Audio Video doesn’t take himself seriously on Twitter.

@AVI_Kelly: Kelly Perkins has helped AVI Systems get its message out since taking over as marketing guru.

@victoria0429: Victoria Ferrari enjoys the interaction with those in the industry—and doesn’t mind sharing her knowledge with them.

@theoriginalod: Bill O’Donnell is AV Nation’s secret weapon and he sprinkles his Twitter feed with comic book goodies and travel advice.


@InfoComm: InfoComm International is a go-to resource for training opportunities, trade shows around the world and regional meetings.

@Betsy4ProAV: A new account for InfoComm’s Betsy Jaffe, but already pointing toward excellent content.

@madsoundguy: In addition to becoming a highly regarded trainer for InfoComm, Chuck Espinoza is famous for his homemade chocolate-covered bacon. Here’s hoping we’re on his mailing list next year.

@BGrimesDC: In addition to helping media members round out their articles, InfoComm’s Brad Grimes scours the Internet to find articles those in the industry will enjoy.

@KelseySocial: As social media guru for InfoComm, Kelsey Ohleger is always on the lookout for exceptional experinces, no matter the industry.

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