Welcome to our latest news update!
It seems to have been a busy week for news especially on the M&A side. Here’s a selection of articles that the Interfacio team has been reading this week, as we stay on top of the latest news, views and insights from across the world of Audio, Music, Broadcast, Lighting and Video technology sectors, and beyond.
- A look at how the Royal Shakespeare Company is staging its first virtual reality show, which combines motion capture with an interactive symphonic score – Audio Media International
- The inventor of the cassette tape, Lou Ottens, dies aged 94 – NPR
- iZOTOPE and Native Instruments join forces to form a new music and audio creator group – iZOTOPE
- “We are confident in a slow and steady recovery for the pro AV industry this year.” AVIXA reflects on the findings from its latest Pro AV Business Index – AV Network
- 1,300 people took part in the Netherlands’ latest Back to Live music event designed to aid decisions on how to reopen the country’s live sector – Guardian
- The Carlyle Group has taken a majority stake in extender reality provider disguise – AV Interactive
- From remote working to meeting rooms, what role is audio playing in how people work during the pandemic? – Installation
- Neutrik AG has acquired CONNEX GmbH – Sound & Communications
- AV firms share how they are capitalising on the opportunities presented to them by social distancing – Inavate APAC
- Is your business relying too much on big data and analytics in its hunt for strategic insights? This article looks at why you should not overlook talking to your customers – Harvard Business Review
- To mark International Women’s Day which took place on 8 March, Installation looks at what pro AV is like for women trying to break into the industry– Installation
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