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RAVe Announces New AV Blog

Chapel Hill, NC — March 3, 2005 — rAVe, the widely distributed AV e-newsletter produced by Kayye Consulting, has announced a new AV blog. Along with the new blog, rAVe has also announced the restructuring of their website, www.kayyerave.com.

“Blogging has obviously become huge, ” said Gary Kayye, rAVe columnist and principal of Kayye Consulting. “We thought this was a great opportunity to give AV insiders a place to go for daily updates on what’s going on with companies, products, and their colleagues in the industry.”

The new rAVe blog, which will cover both pro and home topics, will be updated several times per week, and have breaking news and editorial commentary from Gary Kayye and other members of the Kayye Consulting staff. Visitors will be able to post public comments and email specific postings to other people.

The new rAVe blog is online at http://www.kayyerave.blogspot.com. The newly designed rAVe website is online at www.kayyerave.com.

rAVe, a free e-newsletter, was started in February of 2003 by audiovisual industry veteran and consultant Gary Kayye. rAVe is distributed semi-monthly to dealers, manufacturers, and other AV insiders. rAVe, now available in ProAV and HomeAV Editions, aims to provide its readers with the information necessary to flourish and profit in the exploding audiovisual industry. To sign up or get more information, please visit http://www.kayyerave.com.

Contact: Sara Abrons
919.969.7501
sabrons@kayye.com

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