ISH NA To Broadcast On The Internet

October 25, 2002
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PROVIDENCE, RI — According to the American Supply Association (ASA), ISH North America 2002 will be streamed to the entire world over the Internet. Segments of the show will be videotaped and broadcast over the Web by and Included will be interviews with key industry suppliers and seminar presenters. Interviews with hydronic, radiant, and HVAC-related companies will be edited and featured on their regular “HVACTV Live” webcast at the end of November, and will also be archived on their site for several months. Plumbing- and PFV-related interviews will be archived on the site.

Both and Perfect are products of Providence, RI-based E-Spex LLC. HVACTV specializes in web based training, education, and business communication in the warm air heating, hydronic, and radiant market. provides client-managed, on-demand video and audio streaming for non-HVAC companies. Both products provide video, audio, slides, and live chat.

“These Web cases are a win-win proposition for everyone involved in ISH,” said Bill Everham, vice president/sales and marketing for E-Spex. “For exhibitors, they will reach people who for whatever reason could not attend ISH, and therefore extend the reach of the exhibitor’s message. For the ISH show sponsors, they’re a great way to bring additional traffic to the show after the fact and build interest in next year’s event.”

HVACTV has webcast the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) show live for the last two years. “Literally thousands of people viewed each live webcast,” said Everham. “And frankly, it is our goal to expand coverage of ISH next year to a similar live event.”

Publication date: 10/28/2002

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