Last week’s NYC-held CE Week Conference/Exhibits Show provided some key TV marketers with the forum to offer their takes on the progress of technologies. They also opined about what consumer aspirations will be on the retail sales floor, in this crucial period marking the beginning of what all seem to feel will be a large flat-screen replacement cycle.
LG’s Art Slim CURVED OLED 4K TV was declared the winner of the the
11th Annual Value Electronics TV Shootout this week. The event, for
the first time, was held as part of CE Week in New York.
DSI Systems announced plans for an open house in Columbus, Ohio next month. The event is scheduled for Courtyard Columbus West 2350 Westbelt Dr.July 15 and 16.
CE Week 2015 concluded Thursday after three jam-packed days of interactive exhibits, engaging conference sessions and live press events. The event covered everything from connected cars to high-res audio, robots to 3D printing, smart home solutions to smart money, digital health to wearable tech.
Almo Professional AV will host a “bonus” event on its E4 AV Tour on July 10 in Baltimore.
Audio and television are the founding fathers of Consumer
Electronics, and they first found their home in NYC, in the era of
hi-fi and pioneering live broadcasts. Despite all the new
categories that are proliferating in CE these days, the audio/video
sensory duo are back at CE Week, the industry's mid-year meeting,
June 23-25 in NYC, making eye (and ear) grabbing announcements and
offering next-generation demonstrations.
Value Electronics' annual Flat Panel TV Shootout is going to have a new location this year: New York City.
SAN ANTONIO- “Our goal in 2015 is to build on the success of 2014 and establish our organization as best in class in all aspects of the organization hat are critical to the membership.”
Almo Pro AV announced that it has hired Eric Olson as its newest business development manager. He will handle such product line as Barco, AMX, LG, Kramer, TrippLite, ZeeVee and Furman.