"Where Are We Going, Dad?" is a parent-child reality show broadcasted by Hunan TV in China. The program’s booming popularity and impact has continuously grown since its debut in 2013, leading to the production of a second season which started in June 2014.
The University of the Sunshine Coast is one of Australia’s fastest growing universities and recently built a $33 million Learning and Teaching Hub, incorporating the latest Shure Microflex Wireless (MXW) hardware to provide seamless communication for users as they roam throughout the building.
As the clock ticks down to January 1, 2015 – the deadline for most existing wireless audio device users to vacate their spectrum in light of the Digital Dividend Restack currently under way in Australia – the University of Sydney carefully plotted their exit strategy with Shure and integrator Rutledge AV.
Taylor University, located in Upland, Indiana, one of the oldest evangelical Christian colleges in America, has long relied on Shure products for various campus audio needs, including supporting its 300 seat theatre.
With the introduction of 4G mobile network and Digital TV, the frequency spectrum in the air is changing. Some countries in the Asia region will have new allocation in place very soon. Are you ready for the change?
Held by Ongen Publishing since 1984, the VGP (Visual Grand Prix) award has contributed to the development and vitality of the audio visual industry in Asia. Of the different VGP awards, the annual VGP Summer Gold Award is one of the most desired and respected prizes in the fast-paced and highly-competitive Japanese consumer electronics market.