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  • PRG Distribution Helps ETS Lighten its Load

    PLSN Staff | News | October 3, 2009
    ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Event Technology Services (ETS) serves a diverse client base handling everything from casino and club installations to concert and corporate events. When ETS owner Eric Kennedy needed to expand his inventory of gear, he turned to PRG Distribution to find the equipment that would fill the bill. Read More...
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art Lighting Upgrade Includes ETC Ion Console

    PLSN Staff | News | October 3, 2009NEW YORK —New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art (MMA) upgraded the lighting for its renovated American Wing courtyard. The upgrade included an ETC Ion lighting console used for control. The new lighting package was designed by Michael Nishball, principal, and Robert Young, associate, Theatre Projects Consultants (TPC), under contract to the architectural firm of Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates. Read More...
  • Pittsburgh Festival of Lights Features Five-Minute Projection by Ross Ashton

    PLSN Staff | News | October 3, 2009
    PITTSBURGH, PA — The 2009 Pittsburgh Festival of Lights is featuring a five-minute projection work, Palimpsest, designed by E/T/C London’s Ross Ashton. Marguerite Jarrett Marks, a curator and organizer of the festival, which is run by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, commissioned Ashton for the show. Read More...
  • ABS, ExperienceChurch.TV to Produce Second AVL Expo

    PLSN Staff | News | October 3, 2009
    PUYALLUP, WA — Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) and Experience Church.tv have set the second Audio, Visual, Lighting Conference and Expo (AVL Expo) for Nov. 6-7, 2009. Representatives from more than 100 churches attended the inaugural AVL Expo last March. Read More...
  • FLDA Uses LEDs to Keep TV Sports Studios Eco-Friendly, Earthquake-Ready

    PLSN Staff | News | October 2, 2009
    SAN FRANCISCO — For its new multi-studio newsroom and production facility dedicated to Northern California’s sports teams, Comcast SportsNet had to balance visual dynamics with power limits imposed by the need to be eco-friendly and earthquake-ready. The network turned to Ferri Lighting Design & Associates (FLDA) for a lighting solution. Read More...
  • Da-Lite Offers “Angles of Reflection” Educational Articles

    PLSN Staff | News | October 2, 2009WARSAW, IN —Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc. has produced a series of educational articles entitled “Angles of Reflection” which cover many of the guidelines in use today for visual displays.  The articles also look at how these guidelines should be applied to advances in technology in recent years. Read More...
  • Celebrity Solstice Cruise Ship Using Medialon Control System

    PLSN Staff | News | October 2, 2009
    MIAMI — FUNA installed used a Medialon show and media control system for the 1,000-seat Solstice Theatre for the recently-built Celebrity Solstice cruise ship — the first of five — which sails the Caribbean with up to 2,850 guests and more than 1,250 crew members. Read More...
  • Tinc Design & Productions Lights Band of Outsiders at NY Fashion Week

    PLSN Staff | News | October 2, 2009
    NEW YORK — There may have been five tons of sand covering the concrete floor and radio-controlled boats plying a miniature ocean set up in the loft gallery at Milk Studios, but for LD Seth Bernstein, figuring out how to light the launch of designer Scott Sternberg’s Band of Outsiders fashions with a Malibu theme wasn’t exactly a day at the beach. Read More...
  • GoVision, Daktronics Video Displays Outside Dallas Cowboys Stadium

    PLSN Staff | News | September 29, 2009
    ARLINGTON, TX — The huge video display hanging in the center of the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium isn’t the only video element fans have been encountering lately. The football team’s management also opted to install eight Daktronics portable modular LED displays on their new stadium’s outdoor plaza. Read More...
  • Clay Paky Knight of Illumination Awards Announced

    PLSN Staff | News | September 29, 2009
    LONDON — The second annual Knight of Illumination Awards, organized by Clay Paky in collaboration with the Association of Lighting Designers (ALD) and the Society of Television Lighting and Design (STLD), was held at the Ibis Hotel during PLASA 2009. Read More...
  • Parnelli Awards Voting Begins

    PLSN Staff | News | September 28, 2009
    LAS VEGAS — Voting for the 2009 Parnelli Awards has begun! Go to www.parnelliawards.com/vote and let your voice be heard. There are four new Indispensable Technology “IT” award categories along with returning categories for Lighting Company of the Year, Hometown Hero Lighting Company of the Year, Lighting Designer of the Year and more. To purchase tickets, go to www.parnelliawards.com/reservations. Read More...
  • Scharff Weisberg Lights USGA Learning Tents

    PLSN Staff | News | September 28, 2009
    NEW YORK — Scharff Weisberg lit “Learning Tents” for two professional golf events this summer, working on behalf of Momentum Worldwide.  The events were the US Open 2009 in Farmingdale, N.Y. and the 91st PGA Championship in Chaska, Minn., where a second hospitality tent for corporate VIPs was added.  Scharff Weisberg supplied all the lighting and A/V equipment for the venues. Read More...
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