ResiWeek, a podcast from AVNation.tv focused on the residential audio/visual market, once again invited Strata-gee editor Ted Green to participate on this week’s episode, recorded on Monday, January 9 and hosted this week by AVNation founder Tim Albright. The show, … Continue reading →
We participated this week in ResiWeek, a new podcast centered on the residential integration market from the good folks over at AVNation.tv. Hosted by Tim Albright, guests this week included CEDIA’s Vin Bruno, Clare Controls’ Delia Hansen, and Strata-gee editor Ted Green. Topics included many hot stories of the day, including: McIntosh’s decision to sell products online, Clare Controls scoring a big deal with a builder, and the continuing drama at Sharp.
Strata-gee.com editor Ted Green made a guest appearance on AVWeek’s new webcast called AVWeek Special: Residential. Just the second episode of this all-new, residential industry-centric webcast, host Tim Albright led an industry panel that, in addition to Green, included Heather … Continue reading →
AVWeek, a weekly audio/video webcast on AV industry news from AV Nation invited Strata-gee.com editor Ted Green to participate as a guest panelist last Friday. The group discussed several of the AV industry’s most recent news stories including Harman’s acquisition … Continue reading →
Not having learned their lesson last time, AV Nation once again invited me to participate in the latest edition of their AV Week webcast to discuss the hot A/V topics of the day. Also appearing in this week’s episode of … Continue reading →
For those of you familiar with AVNation’s AVWeek netcast or podcast, you are used to witty repartee as guests discuss various topical issues that are meaningful to the AV industry. And this week’s Episode 99 It’s a Fun LinkedIn, was … Continue reading →
AVWeek, a regular podcast produced by AVNation that sums up the top stories in Audio/Video for the week, featured a post by strata-GEE.com in their November 23rd podcast (published November 26) titled “Episode 67 Canadian Quarters.” The podcast – which … Continue reading →