CEA Line Shows Reveal Participants, Panels
The organizers of the June CEA Line Shows event have released a preliminary list of scheduled conferences for the event, as well as a list of noted media figures who will appear at the event, which is scheduled for June 22-23 at 7 West 34th St. in New York.
In addition to CBS/CNET correspondent Natali Del Conte, who was previously announced as the event's program conference chair, the Line Shows will also feature appearances by Fox News host Clayton Morris, ABC News producer Andrea Smith and Justin.TV executive producer and manager of broadcast production Randall Bennett.
Shawn DuBravac of the Consumer Electronics Association and Ross Rubin of NPD Group will also be on hand to discuss industry numbers, while such journalists as PCMag.com editor Lance Ulanoff, Popular Mechanics Writer/Editor Seth Porges, CNET's Martin LaMonica, and TechRepublic Editor in Chief Jason Hiner will be on hand. iBreakfast founder Alan Brody and Rocketboom's Ella Morton will also appear at the event.
Panels already announced for the event include a "Mid-Year Reality Check" From CEA, "Show Me the Money; Where is the ROI in Consumer Electronics These Days?"; "What's in Store: Trends in CE and Technology Retailing" and "Smartphone vs, Smartbook vs. Netbook vs. Notebook."
CEA Line Shows are organized in association with CEA, along with Martin Porter Associates and Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO, publisher of Dealerscope, Custom Retailer and E-Gear Magazines.
See the conference's Web site for more information, or contact Eric Schwartz at (215) 238-5420 or email@example.com