LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Mar 27th, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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March 27, 2024

In this week's News & Insights, we have some news about LEDs Magazine for a change. And change is the news: We're discontinuing our magazine distribution to focus on multimedia offerings, market trend insights, and technology and applications content delivered via our website and newsletters. It's an exciting time to be gearing up for new content types and formats to meet our professional audience's needs. You can learn more in the March/April issue Commentary highlighted below.

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CARRIE MEADOWS reveals what's next for LEDs Magazine in the changing landscape of B2B media.
Signify launches a single color trial as part of an inquiry into other light recipes.

LightSPEC West returns to Anaheim this April 17-18. Join thousands of specifiers and buyers of commercial and residential lighting and controls. Showcasing a wide range of products and services vital to building designers, owners, and operators, the two-day expo includes networking events, product showcases, and CEC accredited educational sessions. Register for FREE now through April 1st!

Overall, exhibits at LEDucation demonstrated the lighting community’s commitment to performance improvements, reliability, flexibility, and greater strides toward sustainability.
CEU programming, product demonstrations, and networking opportunities abound during the two-day event centered on architectural lighting in the built environment.
CRAIG DILOUIE reveals that lighting rebate prospects remain strong, and alongside controls offers, incentivize greater commercial adoption — and installation upgrades — through 2024, according to fulfillment firm BriteSwitch.
LEDs Magazine rounds up some of the latest entertainment lighting, accessories, and controls for creating exciting experiences.
Well over 400 booths and 48 educational sessions attracted members of the lighting community from across the United States.
LEDs will continue to play a significant role as the photonics industry embarks on what’s next.