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“Baton Rouge happens to be the worst place in the world for a visiting team: It’s like being inside a drum,” said University of Alabama Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant.
System Integrators, Burst Communications and Mocklin Audio Visual, have been working together for years to design and install AV systems throughout multiple facilities within the City of Los Angeles.
The thrill of cheering one’s school to victory at a home sporting event is one of the hallmark experiences of American collegiate life. But how do you make this experience universally enjoyable when a significant portion of the student population is deaf?
140 years: That’s how long Louisville’s Churchill Downs racetrack has been in business, and how many years it has been home to the venerable Kentucky Derby. But one annual horse race won’t pay the bills: This is why Churchill Downs is an active racetrack that hosts races throughout the year.
Besides having the goods on the court (or the stage), how does the American Airlines Arena organization pull a crowd and keep them happy and eager to return? Part of the answer is always technology.
When It Comes to High-Def Impact, NRG Stadium in Texas Delivers
Using a Cable TV-Style RF Distribution system moves signal economically for Glenn Beck's The Blaze.
What do hardcore Oklahoma City football and basketball fans have in common? Two high profile sports celebrity-themed restaurant/bar venues with AV systems designed and installed by Pro Presenters of Norman, OK, and featuring solutions from Contemporary Research.
It goes without saying that at a horse racetrack, things have to happen fast. And this doesn’t just apply to the horses, the video production crew has to hightail it, too.
Metropolitan Baptist Church (The MET, www.themetonline.org), with two locations in Houston TX, is a rapidly growing church...If growth is an indicator, the church is fulfilling its function, and doing it in such a way that leverages technology to help make church fun, friendly and enjoyable to regular congregation members and the unchurched, alike.
In 2009, Albuquerque’s First Baptist Church decided to move from its longtime home in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, across the Rio Grande to a large patch of land in the Northwest Quadrant oftown.
Contemporary Research and Lightner Electronics partnered to improve railroad safety for Norfolk Southern Railway and Operation Lifesaver.