If you are a fan of “Full Throttle Saloon,” you know that Michael has to make all of the money for his annual income in two intense weeks. In Sturgis. During a Motorcycle Rally. Fueled by gasoline and alcohol. Luckily, Rockford Fosgate has the entire year to convince you to purchase one of their motorcycle sound systems if you have a Harley. But they want to kick it into overdrive during Sturgis.
D&H Distributing's co-presidents, Michael and Dan Schwab, recently made their annual visit to the company's warehouse in Harrisburg, Pa., in order to see the staff.
D&H Distributing's co-presidents, for the second year in a row, spent a morning working a morning shift in the company's warehouse in Harrisburg, Pa.
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Mansueto Digital recently launched its newest FastCompany.TV program, PhotoCycle. This Internet-distributed video show will focus on the full cycle of photography including basic camera know-how, inspiration, instruction, and discussion of the “business of professional photography.” Avid photographer and Managing Director of FastCompany.TV, Robert Scoble explains, “PhotoCycle is going to be unique. Joining a professional photographer, Marc Silber, with talented ‘Flickr-famous’ photographers like Thomas Hawk you’ll get both helpful tips on how to take your digital photography further as well as get unique insights into how professional photographers ply their craft.” Hosting the show is Marc Silber, a highly respected teacher of
Bruce Jacobs, 60, a long-time presence in the consumer electronics industry and publisher of Custom Retailer and E-Gear magazines, died on November 29 in Phoenix, Arizona, after a brief battle with cancer. Jacobs began his career in consumer electronics publishing in 1988 with AudioVideo International, where he served as Associate Publisher for 14 years. Earlier in his career, he worked at MART magazine and in various capacities in the recording industry. He joined NAPCO’s Consumer Technology Publishing Group (CTPG) in 2004, where he assumed the role of Publisher at Custom Retailer and then, Publisher of E-Gear. Before joining CTPG, he also worked for Mitek