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Sign up for your subscription to Randy Lemke's Executive Update Online News and get the latest news you need to know from InfoComm International. Just send an e-mail to to subscribe to the InfoComm International Executive Update, a monthly e-mail for busy professionals. See below for list of Updates - links to the latest are in the box to the right.

August 2007 In the AV industry and in other elements of the technology sector there has been much talk of convergence. Read about a different type of convergence that promises to bring great opportunities and savings to the AV industry. more

April 2007 For much of last year, InfoComm was embroiled in a dispute with CEDIA and NSCA regarding government relations activities and licensing initiatives. more

October 2006 EST Smoke and Mirrors: The time has come to discuss CEDIA and NSCA's legislative attempts to mandate the Electronic Systems Technician (EST) program as the basis for licensure to work in various states. Get these details and more.

May 2006 The International Communications Industries Association (ICIF) has made some dramatic changes to stay in compliance with the IRS, including changes in bylaws regarding number of ICIF board members and clarification of its mission statement. Get these details and more.

April 2006 An important message from the Board of Governors' Executive Committee about a N.H. Senate hearing on legislation that would establish a state-regulated certification program, also news on certification and more.

February 2006 Announcing the launch of the InfoComm Quality Campaign, new courses available, new collaborations, the InfoComm BusinessKit CD, InfoComm 06 updates and more.

January 2006 InfoComm 06 is right around the corner, the Board of Governors' election results, new education programs announced and more.

October 2005 ICIA's name change to InfoComm International, InfoComm International's new government relations program, Katrina relief efforts, InfoComm Shines project and much more.

August/September 2005 InfoComm International's Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, the association's involvement in the residential AV market, and much more.

June/July 2005 Record-breaking attendance and registrations for education sessions at InfoComm 05, and much more.

April/May 2005 InfoComm 05, the 2005 AV Excellence Awards Banquet, InfoComm International's Audiovisual Best Practices book, news of an AV design manual with BICSI and much more.

March 2005 National recognition for InfoComm International's Certification program, the new CTS prep course, the expansion of AV design education and certification programs in Europe and more.

February 2005 InfoComm Academy Faculty program, Sound & Video Contractor columns by InfoComm International's Board of Governors, the Dashboard-for-Controls Working Group and more.

January 2005 InfoComm International/CEDIA residential AV courses at InfoComm 05, the 2005 Board of Governors election results and Certified AudioVisual Service Providers and more.

November 2004 ICAT Council's ICAT Shines initiative, InfoComm Academy OnDemand courses, InfoComm International-based training courses at New York City College of Technology and more.

September 2004 News about the latest CASVP companies, development of a Best Practices Manual and more.

July 2004 The launch of the e-mail newsletter that is designed for decision-makers within the AV industry — InfoComm International Executive Update.