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WOODLAND PARK, N.J. - Nov. 10, 2015 - PRLog -- Woodland Park, NJ  – FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, has strengthened support of its rapidly growing Canadian presence with the appointment of DataVisual Marketing as distributor and representative.  Chaz Porter, FSR Director of Global Sales, made the announcement from company headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ, noting that DataVisual will be responsible for marketing the entire FSR product line.

Headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario with offices located across the country, DataVisual is Canada’s leading distributor of presentation and visual communication solutions serving all ProAV markets including key areas of importance for FSR such as corporate, education and houses of worship. The Company will market, sell and support FSR’s extensive offerings that comprise a comprehensive range of scaling and HDMI switchers; control systems; a broad series of floor, wall, table and ceiling infrastructure products; and the popular HuddleVU Collaboration systems.

”Canada is a strong market for FSR and we have searched for just the right partner that not only understands the region, but one that is committed to matching customers with the most appropriate solutions for their specific applications,”

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Months back, after I had fully developed my second show techXchange (AV Power Up being the other) – a show designed to be about technology, news and trends with a measure of opinion inserted as well – I began to come up with a concept for a new podcast show. The show would exist on the “Edge of AV” as it would explore topics that affect the market from technology to media and more. Developed over a period of time, I decided to record a “pilot” of sorts as a tester to decide if it would become a regular podcast.


Recently, I asked my AV Power Up host Christa Bender to co-host this show with me and invited Penny Sitler of Draper, Inc. (whom I consider one of the very best industry marketing people) on with us, as well as George Fournier of FSR, Inc. Now you might ask why George as he is a sales engineer and not a sales person, however as I have known George for quite some time, I’ve seen his activity on social media – Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, especially – and thought how intriguing it is that engineers will go out on social media...

12507890 fsr inc

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. - Nov. 3, 2015 - PRLog -- Responsibilities Cover All Facets of Product Status

Woodland Park, NJ – FSR, an Adopter Member of the HDBaseT Alliance ( ) and a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, announces the promotion of Ken Heinis to the position of engineering project manager.  Jan Sandri, FSR president, announced the details from the company’s headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ.

In his new role, Heinis is responsible for driving production of all the company’s new, revised or upgraded products, as well as its custom projects. Heinis will also take a more active role in the scheduling and tracking of FSR’s development projects company-wide. He will ensure forecasts stay on target, and deadlines are met. In addition, he will continue to be FSR’s liaison to both UL and Intertek (ETL) product safety approval agencies and handle all product certifications as well as agency follow-up service inspections. He is also one of the company’s software testers for the Flex control line, and teaches the weekly Flex Training Classes.

“We are thrilled to have someone like Ken take on these new responsibilities for FSR, to help manage...