Use the 2016 AV Month logo on your website and other promotional materials, including t-shirts, ads, newsletters and brochures.
AV Einstein's Fun Facts
Quiz your students with these 32 fun audiovisual facts, featuring the AV Einstein!
InfoComm International: 75+ Years
The AV industry has changed a lot over the past decades, and so has InfoComm International®. Enjoy this brief video to see where we've come from — and where we're going.
Your InfoComm, Your Experience
Find out more about InfoComm in under 3 minutes! Check out your technology, your content, your education, your network and more! Watch our video to see why you won't want to miss InfoComm 2017 in Orlando next June.
Live Events: All About Awe
In this 4-minute video, industry thought leaders discuss the exciting world of live events and the importance of creating an awe factor with the latest technologies and techniques.
State of AV Integration
What's it like being an AV integration company these days? Hear from three integration professionals as they explain this evolving area.
Creating Exceptional AV Experiences
Today’s AV professionals are in the experience business — combining content, space and technology to craft an event, communicate a message, elicit a response, create an understanding, make people cheer/cry/think. What goes into creating these exceptional experiences? Take a look.
The AV Experience Lab Lesson Plan contains fun and engaging ways to experience and learn about AV.
Download the AV Experience Lab Lesson Plan
About the AV Industry Presentation
This 30-slide presentation shows the breadth of the AV industry as it applies to vertical markets and covers the role of AV professionals. It can be used when talking to new clients, partners, employees or students.
AV Month Presentation
Let your local (county, town or state) officials know that AV Month is October 2016. They may issue an AV Week Proclamation which could lead to other opportunities — publicity, speaking opportunities, a visit from your local official. Contact them early in the year to allow time for approvals.