Trinity Video Communications Acquires Assets of Programming Services Group, LLC (PSG)
Louisville, KY, November 4, 2015—Trinity Video Communications has acquired the assets of Louisville-based Programming Services Group (PSG), LLC a recognized audiovisual systems design integrator. This strategic acquisition strengthens Trinity Video’s position as the region’s preferred audiovisual communications provider by adding additional software design expertise and a more expansive customer base.
A number of PSG employees, including CEO Al Kirby, will join Trinity Video Communications. Kirby, a respected 30-year industry veteran, will serve as AV Consultant. Kirby holds ACE Expert Certification in AMX system design, installation and programming. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in control system design and programming, including audiovisual and presentation electronics, architectural and performance lighting, and digital signage management.
“PSG is a natural fit for Trinity Video and complements our broad portfolio of audiovisual solutions for industries in which we already serve,” says Barry Sawayer, Trinity Video Communications CEO. “I am excited to have Al and other PSG employees on the Trinity team, and look forward to leveraging their knowledge and expertise to serve even more customers in our area.”
PSG was established in 2002 as a premier provider of professional media presentation and control systems for the Healthcare, Corporate, Government, Education and Performing Arts markets. “I am excited to be joining forces with Trinity Video Communications,” says Kirby. “Combining resources extends our capabilities to develop and deploy emerging media technologies for our existing and expanding customer base.”
About Trinity Video Communications
Trinity Video Communications provides state-of-the-art audiovisual and video communications solutions to large corporations and healthcare organizations to transform the way they communicate and share information. Trinity Video also provides real-time unified communications to government agencies including the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, and law enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local levels responsible for mission critical initiatives. The company specializes in A/V systems integration for executive conference rooms, huddle rooms, classrooms, worship centers, and command and control centers, as well as unified communications, telemedicine solutions, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) videoconferencing, digital signage, video walls, and streaming video.