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May 2007 Letter from the Editor
By: Jill Pinheiro

As A/V enthusiasts get ready to head to next month's InfoComm show, the timing is ideal for our annual audio/video issue.

More than 10,000 A/V technology products from more than 800 companies will be at InfoComm 07 in Anaheim, California, on June 15-21.

"The A/V industry continues to grow each year, in and the growth of InfoComm parallels the success of the industry," said InfoComm Executive Director Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D. "Houses of worship rely on us to keep congregations engaged. InfoComm 07 attendees will experience the largest and most dynamic InfoComm ever."

We have rounded up some of the latest A/V products to hit the market for churches in this issue. Many of the products in our A/V roundup most likely will be on display at InfoComm; so, you can read about them within these pages, and then see them in action on the show floor.

We've also packed this month's edition with other great information, as well. For instance, are you maximizing your signage, inside and outside of your worship facility?

As Drue Townsend tells us in her article on church signs in this issue, "Proper use of signs and graphics can improve communication, both internally as well as externally, help visitors more easily find their destinations, aid the facility in operating more safely and efficiently, and provide greater visibility within the community."

In this issue, you'll also find information about what to consider when planning your Web site, how stained glass can fit into any church's budget, and keys to marketing the church.

I'm always interested in hearing from you. You can reach me at jill@rpnmag.com.

God Bless,

Jill Pinheiro
Managing Editor

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