Applications, Tools, and Technology for Systems Integration - Sound & Video Contractor

Applications, Tools, and Technology for Systems Integration

For 20 years S&VC has been the definitive resource for systems contractors, integrators, designers, and consultants. Sound & Video Contractor is the decision-makers’
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For 20 years S&VC has been the definitiveresource for systems contractors, integrators, designers, and consultants.

Sound & VideoContractor is the decision-makers’ source for technical information.

S&VC deliversthe most in-depth technical and application articles, dedicated,problem-solving columns, and comprehensive industry news, and is the industry’sonly magazine to offer hands-on real-world reviews of new products and newtechnologies.S&VC, S&VC Extra andwww.svconline.com cover the full spectrum of the systems contracting industry:

·          Trends and technology for videopresentation, commercial sound, automation & control and security systems

·          In-depth profiles of premiereinternational installations

·          Advice and insight on businesspractices from industry professionals

·          Product reviews and new technologyshowcases

In its 20th year, S&VC dedicated additional resources and team members to expandeditorial coverage and mission as well as to increase circulation. As we headinto 2004, S&VC continues itscommitment to informing systems integration professionals on current news andevents, legislation issues, and training to help build and strengthen their businesses.By working closely with key trade associations like NSCA, ICIA and CEDIA, S&VC is able to communicate theinformation that shapes the future of our industry. When you advertise with S&VC, you are advertising with thetrusted information source for system contractors.

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