|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 11:48 PM EDT||
CE Week TV, powered by GeekBeat.TV, is now live with content posted from today’s dynamic conference programs and executive interviews with exhibiting companies. CE Week 2014 is the CE industry’s top mid-year event, bringing together media, industry analysts and technology thought leaders for innovative product debuts, a robust conference program and networking events all focused on innovation. The CE Week Exhibits and Conference Program runs tomorrow through Thursday at the Metropolitan Pavilion/Altman Building.
CE Week TV will highlight video content featuring all CE Week product demos, conferences and press events to tech enthusiasts around the world. Produced by GeekBeat.TV and hosted by renowned tech journalists Andrea Smith, Cali Lewis and John Pozadzides (John P.), CE Week TV will broadcast from the CE Week show floor on June 25-26. Content currently running on CE Week TV includes:
- Your Next TV Conference – The future is bright for Ultra HD/4K technology and the latest trends, including consumer buying patterns and advancements in Ultra HD technology, were discussed during this morning’s session. Speakers included representatives from CNET, Consumer Reports, Sharp, Sony, Samsung, LG and Toshiba.
- Connected Car Conference (C3) - The connected car is driving the future of the automotive industry and the innovations coming to market, as well as challenges facing the industry, were among the topics discussed during this afternoon’s C3 conference. Speakers included executives from Pandora, GM, Cisco and Volvo.
- Executive interviews with Scott Ramirez, Toshiba’s Vice President, Product Marketing and Development and Dan Schinasi, Samsung’s Senior Marketing Manager, TV Product Planning discussing the latest Ultra HD trends.
CE Week 2014 will feature more than 170 participating companies, including tech startups as well as global brands including B&H, Bang & Olufsen, Delphi, Denon, DISH, Harman, LG, Monster, Pioneer Electronics, Sharp, Sony, Tiffen and WowWee.
The CE Week Conference Program includes discussions exploring the latest trends in technology innovation with topics ranging from the connected car to wearable technologies, digital health, 3D printing, augmented reality and beyond. The conference program features executives from global brands including Makerbot, Monster, Sharp, Sony and Tiffen, as well as an Intel keynote.
NYC’s largest tech event runs through Thursday, June 26 and content from the show will continue to be posted on CE Week TV.
For more information on exhibitors or conference sessions, visit CEWeekNY.com/TV . Follow CE Week 2014 on Facebook, Google+, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter and use the official CE Week hashtag, #CEWeek, and download the official CE Week App for IOS or Android.
About CE Week:
CE Week is the consumer electronics (CE) industry’s official weeklong, citywide event in New York City. The official mid-year meeting, conference and new technology showcase includes the event headquarters, CE Week Exhibits, which is the site of CE Week’s largest exhibition hall and conference program. CE Week is organized in association with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® by Martin Porter & Associates and Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO, publisher of Dealerscope, Technology Integrator and the Technology Tell Network.
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