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Events

Partnering with InfoComm to provide CTS Renewal Units

Listen Technologies has renewed its partnership with InfoComm and their CTS Renewal Units Program. This program allows over 9,000 professionals with InfoComm International’s Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) credentials to earn the renewal units they need in order to keep their certification. Specialists have the opportunity to earn four RU’s (Renewal Units) by completing Listen’s One-Day Integration & Commissioning of Hearing Loop Systems (Level 2) Class.

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Inside the Utah State Capitol Building with marble flooring, marble staircase, and large marble pillars with a group of people standing around what appears to be a camera mounted on a tripod

Top 10 Things I Loved About AV Week 2013

It’s hard to believe that AV Week is already a week ago. Since then I’ve had the chance to reflect on the various activities that took place to celebrate our industry and build awareness in Utah about the impact of our industry. 2013 marked my 7th AV Week and so I give you the top 10 things I loved about 2013 (in random order—too hard to rank). 

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Tumbleweeds Film Festival

Nancy Eaves, Development Manager at the Utah Film Center approached Listen Technologies about providing our assistive listening devices for a unique application for the Tumbleweeds Film Festival for children and youth. 

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Team Listen Trek Will Be Rockin’ The Walk4Hearing™

On October 15 the Listen Trek Team will participate in the Salt Lake City Walk4Hearing™ to step up in support of the hearing loss community. Over the last nine months or so I’ve been involved with the local volunteer organizing committee planning the Walk. These are dedicated individuals that are working very hard so that walk day will be a lot of fun for people of all ages.

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Net-Centric AV Hopes and Fears

A few months ago I wrote about the need for our industry to embrace and get serious about the role of IT and AV. The long promised convergence of AV and IT has taken place — as far as technology is concerned. The still-promised or some would say threatened, convergence of AV and IT business models is well under way.

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