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Wherever there's an audio professional, there's Intertec. With more than a quarter-million subscribers in entertainment technology, Intertec Publishing's

Wherever there’s an audio professional, there’s Intertec. With more than a quarter-million subscribers in entertainment technology, Intertec Publishing’s Entertainment Division leads the pro audio and entertainment technology industries with publications and events that influence decision-makers. These include: Mix, Sound & Video Contractor, onstage, Remix, Electronic Musician, Entertainment Design, Broadcast Engineering, World Broadcast Engineering, BE Radio, Video Systems, Millimeter, netmedia, LDI Expo, DTV Conference and StudioPro.

JBL Professional is proud to serve, for the tenth year in a row, as a Platinum Sponsor of the TEC Awards program. Headquartered in Northridge, Calif., JBL Professional is the world’s leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of professional loudspeakers for recording and broadcast, musician, cinema, touring sound and contracting applications. JBL Professional is part of the Harman International network of professional and consumer audio companies.

Lexicon introduced the first commercial digital audio system in 1971. Since that time, Lexicon has continued to develop award-winning products for recording, broadcast, live performance and home theater. Lexicon systems subtly complement natural acoustics in classical recordings, and add unique and impressive effects to popular music and movie soundtracks.

More than 25 years ago, a young engineer named David Blackmer sat at his workbench trying to find something that would make music easier to record. Enter the VCA. With the launch of the dbx 160, the music industry sat up and took notice of the new company-dbx. The 165 was another turning point. The 165A has proved to be so popular that it is still manufactured today, exactly as it was 21 years ago.

Currently celebrating its 75th anniversary, Shure has long been one of the world’s largest manufacturers of microphones and audio electronics. Best known for reliable, high-performing products such as the legendary SM57, SM58, and Beta Series microphones, the company is also highly regarded for its full range of wireless systems, automatic mixers, and phono cartridges. The company has expanded into studio microphones, digital signal processing, and personal (in-ear) monitors with products such as the KSM32 condenser microphone, DFR11EQ feedback reducer and PSM 700 personal stereo monitor.