Drill down– Innovations, and Influencers:

David Keene: SXSW 2019 Must-Attend Conference/Session List

Here’s but a sampling of what’s on my radar to attend at SXSW 2019, and why.

The Cinema Revolution: ISE, and the Road to CinemaCon and NAB

Nick Dager and Michael Karagosian: “The Digital Cinema Era: How We Got Here and Where We’re Going”

Real-World Tech for Retail: New Living Retail Lab in Atlanta

HighStreet Collective is launching the new Living Retail Lab in Atlanta.

SXSW Interactive Innovation Award Winners

Categories included AI & Machine Learning, Smart Cities, Transportation & Delivery, Music & Audio Innovation, Health, Med, & BioTech, and Speculative Design.

ISE 2019 – Big Trends Emerge from Pro AV’s First, and Biggest, Trade Event of 2019

Catching up with BrightSign at ISE Amsterdam.

Jeffrey Pomerantz and Educause: New Pedagogies – Learning in Three Dimensions

Jeffrey Pomerantz, of Simmons College, authored an important study for Higher Ed, for the EDUCAUSE/HP Campus of the Future Project

Nikki Baird: AI and Retail Innovation

Nikki Baird, vice president of retail innovation at Aptos, tells it like it is.

Alan Brawn: Content Creation – and Gearing Up for DSE

Digital Signage Experts Group (DSEG) is set to bring their comprehensive live certifications to DSE 2019 in Las Vegas, March 26-29.

Curating the EdSurge Guides to Education

The EdSurge series of Guides on trends in education are great resources for educators and tech providers.

Market Views – data paths, and data points:

This Week's Guest Register:

A look at the AV Career Day event at the L.A. Coliseum courtesy of Marina High School student Jonathan Boring. https://t.co/vnuZJBm9J8 #AVIXAfoundation

Behind the scenes at the LA Coliseum with #avixacts for audio and video production. 🎤🎧🎬📽#golions #usctrojans #larams #columbusdowney #columbushighschool

How is real-time media changing the way we create and manage audiovisual content? https://t.co/7SloO2IWtW

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