Riding high on its students’ recent exam success – a 100% pass-rate achievement from students completing the Arts Award, for the second consecutive year – Entertainment Workshops (EW), is throwing open its doors to the industry for the EW Open Day, on Monday 22 September, from 3.30pm – 7pm.
The multipurpose Ansan Evergreen Gymnasium’s sound is delivered through a Renkus-Heinz PN102 line array system
Polycom RealPresence One, launched early this year for industries like manufacturing, healthcare, education, government, financial services and various other verticals, is now available in the UK.
Over 100 Robe moving lights made a serious impact as part of Tom Kenny’s lighting design for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards (TCA). The show, produced by Bob Bain, Greg
The Rock im Park and Rock am Ring festivals are the most popular music festivals in Germany, attracting an audience of 150,000. The two festivals are held simultaneously in Nürburg and Nuremberg, in the West and South of Germany. The events each boast an almost identical artist line-up, with headliners this year including Metallica, Linkin Park, Iron Maiden, and Kings of Leon.
The Hitachi CP-X8170 projector provides consistent visual accompaniment to stage productions at the 750-seat performing arts centre.
According to independent source Future Source, BenQ has climbed to 12.3% market share for Q2 in the UK, making them the third largest projector brand for sales over this period.
Just Lamps is helping their customers across Europe take advantage of the ‘back to school’ projector lamp market.
With hundreds of thousands of fans in the stadiums, not to mention the billions who tune in from across the globe, making sure the sound was perfect for the 2014 FIFA World Cup was no small undertaking.
Audio, video and computer signal processing specialists, Kramer Electronics, has introduced the RC-43T, a six−button auxiliary control panel that works as a remote control panel for master room controllers such as the Kramer SL−1 in classrooms, meeting rooms, boardrooms or auditoriums.
Avolites’ compact console slugs a grand slam controlling lights at SE Systems-manned major league baseball stadium concert series
XL Video renewed its highly productive long term working relationship with Massive Attack, supplying LED screens and d3 media servers for the band’s recent festival tour which featured a video concept co-designed by UVA and Icarus Wilson-Wright in conjunction with the band’s 3D (Robert Del Naja).
US office welcomes three new Area Sales Managers and promotes new General Manager
GLP’s next generation moving head has been creating waves among global LDs since its public debut at Frankfurt’s Prolight+Sound Show earlier this year – with many eager to get their hands on this supersized version of the equally popular impression X4 (on which it is based).
Distributor of speciality technology products, ScanSource, will acquire Imago’s operations in the UK, France, and its recently acquired business in Germany, following a non-binding letter of intent.
Birmingham’s Sean Hames is back with the team at LMC Audio.
SDO Design previsualises Sensation, Tomorrowworld and Tomorrowland dance events globally.
For Science Night the University of Bonn illuminated the institution’s main building as well as the university’s Academic Art Museum.
Based in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and with an office in Margarita Island, Venezuela, PRO AVLS will spearhead sales for products including Jupiter, the line of fixed-architecture standalone DSPs, and SymNet, the range of open-architecture Dante scalable DSPs.
K-Array, in partnership with Sennheiser Canada president, Jean Langlais, has developed the concept of the Osheaga Festival Green Stage PA system for the last four years.
Cruise company adds Meyer Sound UPA-1P loudspeaker systems in four performance rehearsal spaces in Hamburg