Michael Heiss has been an observer of the consumer and professional electronics markets going back to the dawn of the Betamax™ era. He is currently a regular contributor to the following leading publications:


Contributing Editor and on-line columnist: Residential Systems 

Residential Systems is a monthly print and daily on-line publication that is the leading source for news, analysis, and product information for the residential custom installers in the US and in Canada. A Contributing Editor since the magazine’s inception, Michael’s observations provide both breaking news and in-depth analysis of the business implications and practical applications of new technologies and products.

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US Correspondent: Hidden Wires

Hidden Wires is “Europe’s Leading Residential Trade Technology Magazine” providing product news, business analysis, and commentary on all aspects of the consumer electronics market for the UK and EMEA, with particular focus on the custom installation market. As their US Correspondent, Michael not only contributes regular columns and reports, but also provide breaking news reports on topics emanating from the US that have global market impact.

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Lecturer/SME/Technology Council Founder/Discovery Action Team Chair: CEDIA

CEDIA is the global trade association for the residential custom installation business representing design/installation firms, industry manufacturers and service providers, and other trades and companies in the field. Michael has been associated with CEDIA since its inception and was part of the first class of individuals named as a “CEDIA Fellow”. Over the course of the association’s life he has served two terms as a Board Member, been an SME for the creation of their first two Certification exams, and is a highly recognizable lecturer on new technology topics for their educational seminars and at their “Expo” events in the US, Canada, UK,and Australia.

The following link will take you to archived copies of his recent CEDIA webinars: