Get a Grip on Lighting

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Listen to gripping discussions about hot topics in the lighting industry by tuning into the Get a Grip on Lighting podcast series. Produced by Michael Colligan of Atlas Lighting and Greg Ehrich of Premier Lighting, the podcasts provide a unique forum for industry thought leaders.

 

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LATEST EPISODES
May 28, 2024
Paolo is your typical customer for a lighting distributor or a contractor. The misinformation on LED lifecycles, the difficulty in replacing drivers, and the sheer waste that has been created prompts Paolo to label the whole system as a Ponzy sch…
May 20, 2024
Mike is a member of AAILA and he’ll tout the benefits all day long, from assistance and support to education, just like NAILD does for independent lighting distributors. AAILA brings together independent lighting agents and makes them “stronger t…
May 13, 2024
Luminaire Level Lighting Controls. Is it time? Bruce and Angela think so. With wireless and Bluetooth maturing, the time may be right to NOT rip out walls and old control boxes, and just install LLLC. Now lighting controls are accessible to contr…

 

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LytePod by Lytei

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Sam Koerbel from Lytei brings you the honest truth -- conversations you want to hear about architectural lighting! Learn and be inspired. Featuring the creative minds of the industry: from designers to manufacturers, innovators, and professors - learn about their habits, ideas, accomplishments, and more.

 

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LATEST EPISODES
Feb 1, 2024
Do you ever wish your client, the owner would just get it? Design has many different languages that might not always be easy to communicate across the table - but there are tools to do that. Cecilia Ramos, Senior Director of Architectural Markets for Lutr…
Jan 25, 2024
When you understand what you want to do, and get to play with what you love - it's hard to consider it a job. David Warfel has built a design team of nearly a dozen professionals in a space that has largely never considered the value of design fees wh…
Jun 1, 2023
The lighting industry has gone through a few evolutions, and the pathway from design to final delivery is undeniably one of them. Gone are the "transactional" days of interchangeable parts + pieces like lamps and ballasts -- for better or worse,…

 

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Lighting Controls Podcast

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The Lighting Controls Podcast, presented by the Lighting Controls Association and financially supported by the National Association of Innovative Lighting Distributors (NAILD), features lighting controls specialists Ron Kuszmar and Webster Marsh. In this podcast, they delve into the complexities and unique challenges of lighting controls in commercial settings.

Webster and Ron, both with theater backgrounds, have taken markedly different paths in the architectural lighting industry. Webster is involved in the pre-bid realm, focusing on designs, specifications, and coordination. Conversely, Ron operates in the post-bid world, handling construction, integration, programming, and ensuring end-user satisfaction. Their combined perspectives provide a comprehensive viewpoint for exploring the topic of lighting controls.

 

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LATEST EPISODES
May 23, 2024
Just one away from his 5 times guest jacket, Steve Mesh joins us to discuss… education, semantics, UL924, emergency controls, security, and in-rush. You already know Steve knows his stuff and he’ll always open your eyes to something. Listen to hi…
May 16, 2024
The listeners give feedback to hosts Ron and Webster to clarify some things that were unclear or confusing in episode 53 "It's Not a Protocol." In this short episode, past guests Mitch Hefter and Javid Butler discuss the definition of a protocol …
May 9, 2024
The LED revolution has done its part in the energy saving space. Now it’s going to fall on the Controls industry to take it to the next level. You can tell people to just turn off their lights when no one is in the room, but we all know humans an…

 

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