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Posts by Jack Pitts

3 Reasons to Choose a Nationwide Audio Visual Partner

Learn how traveling with your audio visual production team can guide your shows to success every step of the way! Let’s say you’re doing the same corporate show in 10 cities over the next six months. Many meeting planners and producers might work with a different AV production vendor in each city, using local staff…

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SXSW Tech and Audio Visual Production Support

SXSW Trade Show - Total Show Technology

TST recently provided audiovisual production for a Fortune 50 tech company at SXSW to support their large-scale experiential tech event. Total Show Technology (TST) recently provided audio visual production for a global technology company at South by Southwest (SXSW), which ran from March 8-18, 2019, in Austin, Texas. It was our fourth straight year of…

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Hidden AV Charges – Understanding the Problem and Key Solutions

Hidden AV charges can be a big problem. Here’s how you can protect yourself before you sign a venue contract. Exorbitant venue service fees and hidden AV charges are a big problem for event planners and producers. However, planners and producers can address this problem if they understand its genesis and take proactive steps at…

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5 Reasons Choosing an Independent AV Provider Makes Good Business Sense

Here are 5 reasons why choosing an independent AV provider brings you peace of mind and makes good business sense. April 5, 2018, brought some startling news in the AV industry: PRG was planning to acquire VER. With the world’s largest rental inventory, VER supplies production equipment and engineering support to clients in TV/film, live…

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Top 10 Common AV Problems — and How to Avoid Them

Top 10 Common AV Problems -- and How to Avoid Them

Here are 10 ways to avoid common AV problems and technology glitches at your next conference, meeting, or trade show. Whether you’re engaging audiences at an industry-leading convention or forging lucrative relationships at a trade show, the risks are higher than you might think. The biggest risk of all? Crossing your fingers and hoping that…

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