Known as the applications source, Sound & Communications specializes in in-depth analysis of major installations and technical white papers in every issue.
Our readership includes systems integrators, contractors, consultants, AV service professionals, reps and distributors, IT professionals in AV, government and education technical managers who operate and maintain AV and communication systems, as well as the technical professionals who manage and operate their venue’s AV systems.
Commercial Systems Integration Survey
(published each July)
A 12-page report on the commercial AV systems integration community. Extensive analysis covering business trends, venues, hardware, new technologies, job size, criteria for selecting brands, training and much more. Comparison of survey results to previous years’ results helps define market trends.
(published each March)
A 12-page report on how music/AV ministers budget, plan and determine the types of audio, video and lighting systems they will employ in their house of worship. Charts and graphs that include five-year trends make this survey a must-read about this important vertical market.
A biannual supplement that addresses convergence issues. IT/AV Report addresses the emerging requirement for the industry integrator/contractor/consultant to be “in the know” about important IT topics and issues that are becoming increasingly vital to the sound and communications industry.
Blue Book includes 41 main categories of equipment for the sound and communications industry. Specific sub-categories provide the professional with the source for a specific product. Each listing includes full contact information for each company, including web, email and toll-free numbers.
For decades, NEWSLETTER has brought the commercial AV market the most significant breaking industry news before anyone else. It has been a staple of Sound & Communications since our beginning. It is the one department of the magazine that has not changed over time. It doesn’t have to.
InfoComm’s official television news program broadcast throughout the convention and streamed online, is produced by the staff of Sound & Communications.