In this brief episode we hear from the five candidates running for positions on the CEDIA Board of Directors. This year, open board positions include one CEDIA member candidate from the EMEA region and three from the rest of the global membership. We give each candidate three minutes to make their pitch to tell you why you should vote for them.
Voting closes on October 21.
Tax expert Morgan Scarboro from MultiState covers how states will get “creative” on taxes: business and corporate taxes, taxes on digital goods, taxes on services, and so on – based on what we've learned from previous recessions.
A roundup of some of the Talks offered by CEDIA Volunteers at this year’s Virtual Expo Experience. Topics include the difficulties of making voice control interfaces really understand various phrasings, video analytics for surveillance, a preview of Wi-Fi 6E, and more.
Everything you need to know about flat panel displays – especially the big, bright ones that are now on the market. We’ve got deets on installation and applications, and what you need to consider regarding heat, power, noise, and the perfect audio setup. Our guest is Samsung’s Kris Hogg.
Samsung’s The Wall: https://bit.ly/3gCY0te
And for something a little different: Imagine a cross between Bill Nye and the guys from Jackass, but with content focusing on electronics, debunking fake viral videos ABOUT electronics, and dispelling myths about 5G panic and what have you. That's Mehdi Sadaghdar. This YouTube sensation is informative, funny as heck, and apparently impervious to injury.