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Streaming Video Lets an Ambitious Church Scale into the Cloud
By Dan Daley · December 6, 2012 • Church of Champions has a new method of reaching parishioners. Streaming video to other locations, including potential future satellite locations for this church or to other churches that want to use Champions’ worship content to support their own pastors’ sermons, are some of the long-term goals for the technology.

Hillcrest Covenant Church’s Streaming Goes Mobile
By Dan Daley · November 7, 2012 • Hillcrest Covenant Church bring it satellite extension church into the fold with streaming that supports mobile devices.

Planning a Multisite Church — Expert Advice
By TD Staff · October 20, 2012 • Check out how three churches increased membership, attendance and fostered a greater sense of community through creating multisite churches. Learn what AV technical directors and IT managers have to employ as they adapt new AV technology for to serve the needs of a multisite church. Understand the challenges of streaming media done well as well as other key considerations including HD cameras, projectors, speakers and more.

TechDecisions Guide To Wireless Microphones For Houses of Worship
By TD Staff · July 24, 2012 • Download this TechDecision Guide to Buying a Wireless Microphone System to help you make a purchasing decision for your house of worship and church facility. 6 complete systems and configurations with specs for each, plus 8 buying tips.

Turning a Warehouse into a Church
By Scott Wasser · July 18, 2012 • EastPoint Christian Church staff used the equipment they already had and added new components to build the perfect A/V solution for their new home.

TechDecisions Guide to Podium and Lectern Microphones for Houses of Worship - Download
By TD Staff · July 10, 2012 • Download this TechDecision Guide to Buying a Podium or Lectern Microphone to help you make a purchasing decision for your house of worship. Plus 5 buying tips.

Streaming Media Encoder Tips: A Q&A
By Leslie O'Neill · April 12, 2012 • Network engineer and live sound engineer Ron Guensche specializes in audio and video technology in the studio and on location. He works with ednet (Entertainment Digital Network).

New Illuminations Bring Bruton Parish Church into the Twenty-First Century
By TD Staff · March 22, 2012 • With a rich past, it is understandable that Bruton Parish Church was very careful about renovations and enhancements throughout the years. Although hesitant to modify the existing lighting scheme the solution was ultimately well received.

Most Head Turning Booth at Digital Signage Expo
By TD Staff · March 8, 2012 • Walking past a tall, glass cylindrical, fish tank-like object with a life-size “person” talking from inside — made me do a double take. The product was the DS0616 DynaScan 360° LED, cylindrical video display. I can see this having an impact in a number of different environments. Check out the video.

5 Tips for Optimal Mix Position in Churches
By TD Staff · February 25, 2012 • The right mix position is important to ensuring a good worship experience.

Spotting the More Common Issues You Will Face During Your A/V Project
By Lisa Nadile · January 16, 2012 • Leading A/V experts have run into a host of difficulties in their experience on the job. Some where a consultant can help, others where they wouldn’t. Here, they discuss some of the most important pain points they’ve run into that you should avoid.

Digital Signs Can Spread Security Messages As Well As The Good Word
By Daniel P. Dern · January 5, 2012 • Emergency sirens, horns, and audio announcements may be a good way to get a parishioner's attention, but they often don’t convey the nature of a security alert and what people should do. Digital signage can provide in-depth, authoritative information your parishioners need.

Download the Fellowship Church Case Study
By AMX · November 20, 2011 • Religious services at Fellowship Church include theatrical sights and sounds, all integrated through AMX, to captivate the congregation and attract new members. Download this paper to learn more.

Church Overcomes Curved Walls
By TD Staff · November 1, 2011 • Deeply curved wall behind stage of Faith Evangelical Free Church dampened sound of low-quality PA system.

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