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From golf tournaments to the Super Bowl, from national entertainment events to local business conferences, the events industries uses two-way communication to keep all workers and volunteers connected and up-to-date on whatever may arise. The development of new wireless technologies allows event organizers to interact across the conference center or across town.
Two-way radios are essential tools for the road crews, audio-visual teams and venue staffers who help set the stage for stunning concert performances. Yet no two concerts require the same radio gear. Concert venues typically come in three configurations: Indoor showplace — Auditoriums, sporting arenas and, naturally, concert halls. Large outdoor — stadiums, city parks, […]Read more →
What’s it like to go digital when the world is watching? A Virginia Red Cross affiliate found out firsthand when it upgraded to digital two-way radios to help coordinate volunteers at President Obama’s second inauguration. Like so many organizations whose fleets of analog radios are nearing retirement age, the American Red Cross of the National […]Read more →
What can a simple radio do for a holiday event? You probably won’t see anybody singing Christmas carols into a push-to-talk radio anytime soon, but radios can be incredibly helpful for a host of behind-the-scenes tasks that event planners must attend to. Holiday event planners typically do not require the most feature-rich two-way radio models. […]Read more →
Americans by the thousands pack themselves elbow-to-elbow into stadiums to watch their favorite teams battle it out. For a few hours, the stadium becomes proxy for the city itself, with all the demands placed on a metropolitan area. Security staff watches out for troublemakers, concessionaries serve the hungry and thirsty, and maintenance people keep the […]Read more →