Consumer Technology Association (CTA), owner and producer of CES, has given thousands of attendees at CES 2020 a first-hand look at emerging technologies that are changing lives on a global scale. But the online audience can also get a look at the next generation of innovation and see the products that have everyone talking. “What’s Hot at CES” videos are available at CESbroll.com. The footage is free to download and share.
You can also see footage from all aspects of the show by following @CESbroll on Twitter and on the CES B-Roll YouTube Channel. CES 2020 comes to close tomorrow (Friday, January 10th), but the action remains in full swing with cool tech.
Over the past week, CES has proved that every company is a tech company. Storytelling and content took center stage today as Quibi CEO Meg Whitman and Founder Jeffrey Katzenberg gave a sneak peek of their “quick bites” mobile streaming platform.
NBCUniversal headlined the afternoon as Chairman of Advertising and Partnerships Linda Yaccarino was joined by TODAY’s Natalie Morales and celebrity panelists Terry Crews, Ester Dean, Kate Del Castillo, and Mandy Moore to take a deep dive into the future of the entertainment market.
Catch these and other great speakers from the past two days, such as IBM, Huawei, NFL, WarnerMedia, AARP and more, at CES.tech/live. You can also pre-order the Inside CES: Trends & Takeaways report, which features exclusive research and analysis of CES 2020 to help you achieve your business goals in the coming year.
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CES 2020 is the only place to see the latest Augmented and Virtual Reality technology, creating immersive experiences across industries from health care to agriculture and manufacturing to retail. CES 2020 is also the hub for 5G. Carriers and mobile operators demonstrate how the latest advancements in 5G’s speed, reliability, and efficiency will drive innovation and enable industries like entertainment, digital health, and smart cities. CES 2020 is at the center of vehicle technology – named one of USA Today’s 10 Best Auto Shows – with companies showing off the latest and greatest in self-driving vehicles, concept cars, and connected vehicles.
You can see footage from all aspects of the show by following @CESbroll on Twitter and on the CES B-Roll YouTube Channel.