Welcome to our latest news update!
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.
- The Eurovision Song Contest has been given permission to let 3,500 fans watch in person as part of a trial by the Dutch government – BBC News
- Then there were 3,281! Sadly not an announcement of some new China tour dates but the launch of a new car with lots of drones. The Guinness World Record for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously has been broken in Shanghai – AV Magazine
- The UK government is to trial a series of measures in England, including Covid passports, to allow the safe return of sports matches, events and nightclubs – BBC News
- How can AV tech managers avoid the AV-IT culture clash? Experts share their insights – AV Technology Magazine
- Pixel Artworks MD Tom Burch looks back at the last 12 months and celebrates developments in the world of experiential entertainment – Installation
- Industry collective #WeMakeEvents has called on the UK government to provide support for specialist transport vehicles which have been rendered inoperable post-Brexit – LSI Online
- 10 truths about marketing after the pandemic – Harvard Business Review
- VITEC has acquired IPTV and digital signage solutions provider Exterity – Installation
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