InfoComm Preview (part one)

The InfoComm Experience

Today, the Audio-Visual and Communications industry and, consequently, principals on both the ‘supply’ and ‘demand’ sides of the equation forge partnerships and InfoComm has become the one key event from which sprout the seeds of collaboration and professional development.

Our industry recognizes that better-educated customers make better business partners, consequently, InfoComm workshops and exhibitions offer unrivaled learning opportunities for in-house professionals , like us, who make purchasing decisions every day.

InfoComm should not be missed.

The AV-1 Breakfast at InfoComm

AV-1 invites all technology managers and in-house AV professionals to join us for breakfast and meet your peers. For three years, the AV-1 list has covered important and timely discussions thanks to the contributions of you, our members.

Join us at the AV-1 Breakfast and meet the other active professionals, contributors and readers just like you.

   When:  Thursday, June 10th, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
   Where: Omni Hotel Ballroom

AV-1 thanks Crestron for generously sponsoring this great event!

Gary Kayye: EduComm Keynote Speaker


Gary Kayye has been selected as the keynote speaker for the EduComm Conference at InfoComm 2004. The EduComm Conference will run June 9 to 11, 2004, in conjunction with InfoComm and is designed to meet the needs of higher education and K-12 leaders.

"We are thrilled to have Gary Kayye as our keynote speaker," said Joseph J. Hanson, Chairman of Professional Media Group. "Mr. Kayye has distinguished himself for many years as a visionary technology leader and friend of education, and there is no one more qualified to set the tone for the first EduComm Conference at InfoComm."

Kayye was named the ICIA 2003 Educator of the Year by ICIA. "Gary has made tremendous contributions in helping organizations use AV and presentation technologies effectively," said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., Executive Director of ICIA, "and his keynote at EduComm will provide a dynamic vision that education leaders can take back to their school districts and campuses."

"EduComm is a tremendous opportunity for education buyers to keep on top of todayâEUR(tm)s system capabilities as well as to know what to expect next year and the year after that," said Kayye. "It will serve as a central location where manufacturers, systems integrators, buyers and end-users can learn from each other."

A full slate of sessions is planned in two tracks — one for higher education and one for K-12 — to help education technology professionals bring the benefits of the convergence of AV, IT and multimedia to their schools and campuses.

This press release originated from Professional Media Group LLC

Professional Media Group LLC is a magazine publisher and conference producer focusing on the education market. Its two primary publications are District Administration, the magazine for leaders in K-12 education, and University Business, the magazine for leaders in higher education. In addition, Professional Media publishes two popular daily e-newsletters — District Daily and UB Daily — with a combined circulation of more than 70,000. Professional Media Group also produces the EduComm Conference at InfoComm, providing education market buyers with the information they need to effectively integrate AV, IT and multimedia into their education programs and facilities.

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