Bluesound launches Surroundscapes Series 2
Monday, 9 November 2020
surroundscapesPodcast episodes twill be released weekly from 10 November
Canada - Bluesound Professional has announced the launch of the second instalment of its podcast and video content series called Surroundscapes, featuring ‘new and thought-provoking ideas from invited expert guests from around the world who are working to redefine the workplace as we know it in the post-pandemic world’.
This series is targeted at commercial A/V integrators, consultants, as well as business owners, interested in the idea of using A/V technology to create memorable immersive experiences in commercial spaces to help accommodate our new normal.
Hosted by Graeme Harrison, VP and GM of Bluesound Professional, Surroundscapes Series 2 is focused on the Future of the Workplace theme, exploring current trends, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected things and what the workplace might be like as we look to the future.
“The workplace has been changing markedly over the last few years to take advantage of new technology which facilitates new ways of working – both in and outside the office,” said Harrison. “The COVID-19 pandemic has in many ways accelerated these changes. This series of Surroundscapes explores both of these themes as well as imagining what the workplace will look, feel and sound like after this pandemic is over.”
Surroundscapes is presented in quarterly series, with each comprised of five to eight episodes of audio podcasts and sometimes video presentations focused on a specific topic within the central theme of the ‘future of business’. Created for mobile consumption, the Surroundscapes Podcast is an interview-style content series hosted by Harrison, where he and an invited expert guest explore the use of A/V technologies in shaping human perceptions and experiences of space, and their impacts on consumer and audience behavior.
Launching 10 November and featuring podcast episodes that will be released weekly, the second Surroundscapes series looks into the future of work – in the office, in the home, in cities and beyond. In these episodes, the role of technology and A/V technology, in particular, is discussed along with larger trends in the way that people work.
The first episode of the series features Josef Hargrave, associate director and global foresight leader of Arup. His department researches global trends affecting all aspects of life. He talks to us about how these megatrends are affecting how people are working and where this work is getting done.
The third series is scheduled to launch in early 2021 and will focus on the future of music creation and monetization.

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