Recent Press Releases
"Cornelius Kogelschitz hated his name with all the passion his mind could muster." It is the opening line of a story about a young lad whose parents die of typhus and who ends up living with his uncle and aunt and their eleven children in New York City. When Cornelius overhears his aunt berating her husband over an extra mouth to feed, the youth makes up his mind to leave. Having once seen a picture of Colorado with snow capped mountains and a rushing stream, he decides to hop a train and head west. Traveling west, the train lurches and rumbles and Corny hides from the brakeman. Struck from behind, Corny is thrown from the train and falls onto cinders badly injured. Saved by a scrappy girl riding along the tracks, Cornelius begins his Western adventure.
Sinq Technologies Aims To Provide Long-Term Results for Home Health Care in the Hurried Age of Electronic Visit Verification
Northbrook digital marketing agency atCommunications, LLC is the recipient of Graphic Design USA magazine's 2018 American Web Design Award for a Web site it produced for the University of Illinois.
Super Lawyers has again recognized Petrelli Previtera Schimmel partners Thomas Petrelli, Melinda Previtera, and Diana Schimmel for their outstanding advocacy in the field of family law. Each year, the publication selects no more than five percent of lawyers in the state to receive this honor.
At Infocomm 2018 (June 6-8 in Las Vegas), Sennheiser is previewing the next generation of its innovative ceiling microphone, TeamConnect Ceiling 2. The audio specialist's new ceiling array microphone, available from October 2018, will offer superior audio quality for voice and video conferences thanks to its automatic adaptive beamforming technology. This automatically focuses on the voice of a speaker in the room regardless of their position to make productive meetings effortless. TeamConnect Ceiling 2 will offer even greater versatility and interoperability with support for Dante networks and Power over Ethernet. It will be compatible with Sennheiser's Control Cockpit software for efficient remote management, and offer remote configuration and monitoring via an open media control protocol (API), allowing for easy integration into media systems and camera control applications.
Antlion Audio (www.antlionaudio.com), leader in customizable audio solutions for gaming, streaming and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), today announced the Antlion XLR Power Converter. This new accessory allows their award-winning ModMic lineup to be safely used with standard 48v 3-pin XLR phantom power sources on mixers and audio interfaces. Designed with streamers and casters in mind, the combination of a ModMic 5 and XLR Power Converter provides a vast array of options for users to produce broadcast quality sound, without the hassle, bulk, and cost of a desktop mic with shock mount.