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Episode 142: The InfoComm 2019 Show Floor – Solutions, Trends, Perspectives, Celebrations and Red M&M’s (Part 2)



Join host Corey Moss as he welcomes his guests, live on the InfoComm 2019 show floor:

Day Two (continued):

Garth Leach – Director, Marketing at ZeeVee Inc.

Joe Andrulis – Executive Vice President Corporate Development at Biamp

Day Three:

Josh Rush – Senior Vice President, Marketing and Product Management at Audinate

David Anderson – President and CEO at Mimo Monitors

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Greg Topel – CBO at Tanvas

Patrick Kittridge – Product Marketing Manager at Middle Atlantic Products, Inc.

YT Liang – Product Manager at ATEN Technology

Ted Vucurevich – CTO at Jabra GN (US)


Episode 142: The InfoComm 2019 Show Floor – Solutions, Trends, Perspectives, Celebrations and Red M&M’s (Part 1)



Join host Corey Moss as he welcomes his guests, live on the InfoComm 2019 show floor:

Day One (Afternoon):

Keith Yanke – Sr. Director Product Marketing at NEC Display Solutions

Peter Herr – Associate Director, Global Marketing, Systems Group at Shure Incorporated

Nic Milani – Executive Director, Commercial Product Marketing at Crestron

Jacob Marash – CEO and Founder at Stem Audio

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Jonas Rinde – CEO at Huddly

Day Two:

Brian Rhatigan – Director of Business Development at Almo Pro A/V

Lauren Simmen – Director of Marketing at SurgeX

Chris Bradford – President at Newline Interactive


Episode 138: The TIDE Conference



Join host Corey Moss as he welcomes his guests (in order):

(First part – guest from Madrid, Spain)
Julio Obelleiro – Co-Founder and CEO at Wildbytes

(Second part – guests from the U.S.)
Jeff Day – CEO, North of 10 Advisors
David Anderson – President and CEO at Mimo Monitors
Patrice Speed – Executive Creative Director at Britelite Immersive

Part 1 is with Julio Obelleiro, talking with Corey about himself, Wildbytes, and what he will be presenting at TIDE. Julio talks about creating experiences through innovation, experiential design, working with brands and agencies and more. He also talks about teaching which has been a part of his career, and what taking on the challenge means to him. At TIDE he’ll talk about thought and concept behind creating experiences, and connecting with the audience. Julio also talks about how he was invited to be at TIDE (his first year), as well as how his discussion could be of influence to integrators and consultants who may be attending the Conference (also talking about augmented technology experiences).

In part 2, Jeff (North of 10 Advisors), David (Mimo Monitors) and Patrice (Britelite Immersive) join Corey to talk about themselves, their companies, and discussions as well as panel presentations they will be participating in at TIDE.

A little more in-depth discussion here, especially with Jeff on the podcast who is the day’s moderator, or as referred to here “Master of Ceremonies.” Jeff paints the TIDE picture on the podcast so listeners will get an excellent overview of what TIDE is about. He also talks about some of the speakers of the day, and Corey introduces discussion on one of the speakers well-known in the AV industry as well.

Jeff begins discussion on creating experiences as this relates to the Conference, then Patrice talks about her career beginnings in advertising – what was available then in terms of experiential design, and what is currently available in terms of a career field. David talks about how creative and technology have to tie together to develop the experience.

Conversation then turns to Jeff as the ‘Master of Ceremonies,’ listen in for discussion of a special poll. Jeff focuses discussion on the day from start to finish, and his role – prepping Conference attendees here. He talks about more of the speakers of the day, again important to know about some of those who will be speaking.

Patrice talks about her discussion at TIDE on a panel “The Power of Interactivity” (which Jeff is moderating), she’ll be on the panel talking about a bar and augmented reality experience that was created at the World Cup last year. Jeff adds to this discussion. Patrice also talks about what she hopes to be the takeaway from her discussion for the attendees at the Conference. She also talks here about the user experience and story telling, also detailing Britelite Immersive in this discussion. Jeff follows up on this discussion too, detailing how people will listen to the speakers at TIDE and be more informed before attending InfoComm on June 12th, and creating more meaningful experiences.

David talks about being the manufacturer, along with the experience – on the panel discussion “Emergent Tech the Science and Creativity of Surface Haptics” (moderated by Margot Douaihy), he’ll be joined by Ed Colgate, Co-Founder and CEO at Tanvas, Inc. (Mimo Monitors will be bringing surface haptics technology with Mimo displays to InfoComm, in partnership with Tanvas) and others. David talks about the technology discussion at TIDE, where they will also have Mimo displays with surface haptics technology as people there will get to experience it.

Jeff closes discussion on the podcast, encouraging any who have not yet registered for the Conference to do so — find out all about the TIDE Conference on June 11th in Orlando, co-located with InfoComm 2019 (and register as well) here.

Sit back, plug in, and get set for a terrific conversation with four of the TIDE Conference speakers as we live…

The AV Life.


Episode 136: Women and Leadership in the AV Industry – the AVIXA Women’s Council Breakfast at InfoComm 2019 (Part 2)



This episode is sponsored by: TierPM.

Make sure you listen to Episode 136: Women and Leadership in the AV Industry – the AVIXA Women’s Council (Part 1)

This Part 2 is all about the AVIXA Women’s Council Breakfast at InfoComm 2019, June 13th 7:30 to 9:30 AM.

Christy talks about how she and Alexis were responsible for overseeing all that has been planned for the Breakfast (and they got help). Corey mentions Alexis, as well as someone else he had tried to get for this podcast. He talks about some of the previous keynotes, and mentions this year’s keynote, the CEO of Shure, Inc. Marika and Cory talk about her and what she means to the Breakfast as well as the industry.

TierPM is the main sponsor for the Breakfast, and Marika talks about that.

All then talk about what they’re expecting at the Breakfast as well as InfoComm, Christy mentions some things that attendees can look forward to Thursday morning. Susan talks about connecting and reconnecting, as well as growing personally and professionally. Michelle talks about her positive experience from last year’s Breakfast, and she talks about supporting one another, as well as diversity. Cristina (her first InfoComm) talks about the Breakfast as well as being a facilitator for the Women in AV and IT event taking place afterward. Christina talks about the face to face aspect (it’s her first time at InfoComm).

Maura (it’s her first InfoComm being fairly new to the industry) talks about meeting women from different backgrounds and different ends of the industry, as well as connecting and how important that is. Marika discusses feeling the energy, as well as seeing people she knows as well as meeting people. She also talks about “sharing stories.” Corey talks about Cory as he knows her, and Cory discusses the first Breakfast (which she was at), and her great expectations for this one. She also talks about the topic of “women in the industry,” as well as the AV Tribe.

Finally, Corey asks each person on the show about a 5-year perspective about women in the AV industry – listen in for excellent answers here.