Salus University: Infrared for Cutting Edge Exam Rooms

At the start of the 2015 academic year, Salus University [near Philadelphia] announced a new Master of Science degree program in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP). SLP professionals are educated and trained to assess, diagnose and treat communication and swallowing disorders. The announcement of this new Master of Science degree program became the impetus to completely remodel their speech and diagnostic area....  

Used with permission of Vistacom Audio Video Solutions and Lienau AV Associates.


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How to Hear Better in Movie Theaters and Other Public Areas

Cynthia Compton-Conley Ph.D., board certified doctor of audiology, professor of audiology, and hearing industry consultant, blogs about large-area, assistive listening technologies that can help you hear in pubic venues.

Used with permission of Cynthia Compton-Conley and Bookhaven Press, LLC.


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Make Your Practice Experience Fabulous for Your Patients in 2015!

In this blog post, A.U. Bankaitis, audiologist, blogger and vice president of Oaktree Products, encourages fellow healthcare providers: In the event communication is hampered because of a patient’s hearing loss, offer your patients a more positive communication experience without spending a lot of time or money. Here's how...

Used with permission of OakTree Products, Inc,. in St. Louis, MO. OakTree Products is the leading multi-line distributor of products and supplies to the hearing industry.


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Emerging Business Models in the Interpreting Space

Barry Slaughter Olsen, Co-President of InterpretAmerica, emphasizes just how much room there really is for innovation or new business models when it comes to providing interpreting services....

Used with permission of the GALAxy Newsletter, a quarterly publication of the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA).  GALA'S mission is to support its members and the language industry by creating communities, championing standards, sharing knowledge, and advancing technology.


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New assistive listening devices offered at RiverPark Center

RiverPark Center is a non-profit, regional performing arts and civic center in Owensboro, Ky., that entertains and educates nearly 200,000 people annually through nearly 800 events. Its footprint covers 100,000 square feet and features a state-of-the-art 1,479 seat auditorium….

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ISE 2014

President and CEO Paul Ingebrigtsen introduces new Williams Sound technology at ISE 2014....
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Williams Sound adds dock to Digi-Wave wireless system

Williams Sound introduces Digi-Loop at ISE 2014

ISE 2014

President and CEO Paul Ingebrigtsen previews Williams Sound at ISE 2014 in these two interviews with Gary Kayye, founder of rAVe Publications:

ISE Special: An Interview with Paul Ingebrigtsen, President & CEO of Williams Sound

ISE Special: A Videocast with Paul Ingebrigtsen of Williams Sound
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InfoComm 2012

President and CEO Paul Ingebrigtsen highlights Williams Sound induction loop, digital and infrared communication technology at InfoComm 2012.

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Sharper Focus at FIU's SIPA

The School of International and Public Affairs of Florida International University, one of the 25 largest universities in the nation, received an AV upgrade from Miami, FL-based AVI-SPL....
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Symphony in a Gym

Drury University's new sports arena hosts everything from Division 2 collegiate basketball games to symphonies and comedy shows....
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