- Written by Scott Wilkinson
- Published on 07 October 2013
Having just returned from CEDIA (Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association) Expo 2013 in Denver, CO, Scott Wilkinson chats with journalists Brent Butterworth, Mark Henninger, and Geoff Morrison about what we saw and heard at the show, including the overall mood of attendees and exhibitors, important product announcements, technology developments such as 4K and HDMI 2.0, projectors, audio systems, headphones, curved flat panels, the best video and audio demos we experienced, answers to chat-room questions, and more.
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Brent Butterworth is a freelance writer and consultant who currently serves as Stereos Guide at About.com. He began his A/V journalism career in 1989, and previously served as editor-in-chief of Home Theater magazine, Home Entertainment magazine, and the etown.com website, and as marketing director for Dolby Labs.
Born in New York City, Mark spent his childhood in Africa and Europe. He returned to the United States at age 9 to attend school, and later studied both traditional photography and computer graphics. In 1997, he founded the digital-imaging firm Imagic Digital with his wife, Danya.
An accomplished technophile, Henninger adopted digital-photo technology in its infancy, and uses the latest techniques to create photos that go beyond traditional film capture. As display technologies matured, he tackled new media such as digital music and high-definition video production. Today, he lives in Philadelphia with Danya and his two pets, Kirk and Mikoto. Henninger's hobbies include cooking, writing, and just about anything computer-related.
Geoff Morrison is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles. Former Editor in Chief of Home Entertainment magazine and Technical Editor of Home Theater magazine, he now writes reviews and features for CNET, Forbes, Sound+Vision magazine, Residential Systems magazine, TheWirecutter.com, HDGuru.com, and BigPictureBigSound.com. He's written articles for Men's Journal, Popular Photography, PC World, Robb Report, Channel Guide, and many others.