At CES 2014 we at Mobile Nations teamed up with our friends at Geek Beat to bring you #CESlive, a unique live broadcast running every day from the show floor at CES 2014 — and CES 2015 is going to be even bigger than before. For #CESlive 2015 you can add Tom's Guide to the mix, with Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer joining Geek Beat's Cali Lewis and John Pozadzides and iMore's Rene Ritchie in hosting more than 80 interviews direct from the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's going to be bigger and better than ever!
This is, of course, complimentary to our usual coverage of what's new and happening from the CES show floor, live events, and everything else that goes down that week in Vegas (it's the one week where everything that happens in Vegas doesn't stay there). We'll be bringing you more details as we get closer to CES 2015 — that's January 6-9, so mark your calendars now — but in the meantime you can check out the press release below for more details.
And if you're at all interested in sponsoring #CESlive 2015, interviews, or product demo opportunities, be sure to let us know!
Geek Beat, Tom's Guide, and Mobile Nations Join Forces for #CESlive 2015
Premier technology publications team up to produce live programming at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show
NEW YORK, NY (October 21, 2014) –Geek Beat, Tom's Guide, and Mobile Nations today announced their partnership to bring #CESlive 2015 to consumer tech enthusiasts across the globe.
Now in its second year, #CESlive 2015 is a live show broadcasted directly from the south hall of the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas, NV, (January 6-9, 2015). Its unique programming will feature in-depth interviews and insight from the foremost names in consumer technology about the latest products, news, and trends from the event. The show will feature more than 80 interviews and numerous podcasts – all showcasing multiple products, companies, and special guests – and will be hosted by a roster of technology experts that includes Cali Lewis and John Pozadzides, hosts of Geek Beat, Mark Spoonauer, Editor-in-Chief of Tom's Guide and Laptop Mag, and Rene Ritchie, Editor-in-Chief of iMore.
A massive hit during last year's CES – in which the live coverage garnered nearly 7 million unique visitors, 10.5 million page views, and more than 2 million video views, with exclusive interviews from leading brands such as General Motors, Samsung, LG, FitBit and more – #CESlive is the preeminent opportunity for brands and advertisers to reach in-market tech consumers from around the world, both at the event and beyond.
With Geek Beat, Tom's Guide, and Mobile Nations #CESlive brings together three of the most respected technology brands in the category. Geek Beat is one of the world's most recognizable technology news brands delivering online video content through the Discovery Communications network, as well as TV programming nationwide on the YouToo America network. Tom's Guide, a Purch property, is the definitive online resource for unbiased product reviews, price comparisons, technical support, and information on consumer electronics and high technology products, for the home or business. Mobile Nations is the leading network of mobile-focused online communities, such as Android Central, iMore, Windows Central, CrackBerry, and Connectedly. Together, Purch and Mobile Nations reach nearly 80 million visitors per month worldwide, with more than 9M registered community members and $1 billion of commerce transactions driven annually.
"Last year #CESlive was the most popular news outlet broadcasting from the International CES Show, and this year we're excited to elevate things to a whole new level," said John Pozadzides, host of Geek Beat. "The combination of Tom's Guide, Mobile Nations and Geek Beat unites our incredible reach across video, blogging, and social networks."
"With over 160,000 visitors and 3,600 exhibitors at last year's event alone, CES is not only one of the biggest technology conferences but one of the foremost events across all sectors every year," said Mike Kisseberth, CRO, Purch. "#CESlive is a great program for technology enthusiasts seeking to stay up-to-date on all things CES, making it a valuable opportunity for brands and advertisers interested in connecting with this highly engaged group. We are excited about the potential for current and future partners."
For more information on the event, including exclusive sponsorship opportunities, please email email@example.com.
Purch is a portfolio of digital brands and services that helps make complex buying decisions easy for 78 million consumers monthly. Its respected sites such as Top Ten Reviews, Tom's Guide, Tom's Hardware, and Live Science natively integrate commerce and content in more than 1000 product categories so consumers can make better choices before, during, and after an important purchase.
The company helps marketers achieve their branding and performance objectives in a high-quality, brand-safe context. Its sites connect in-market shoppers with more than 7,000 marketers and sellers, driving industry-leading conversion rates and $1 billion in commerce transactions annually.
Purch is a high-growth, privately held company with more than 350 employees and offices across the U.S. and Europe.
For more information on Purch, visit www.purch.com or follow the company on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
About Mobile Nations
Mobile Nations is the leading network of mobile-focused online communities with more than 37 million readers and 90 million page views per month. Android Central, iMore, Windows Central, CrackBerry, and Connectedly form the core of Mobile Nations.
For more information, please visit www.mobilenations.com.
About Geek Beat
Geek Beat is one of the world's most recognizable technology news brands delivering online video content through the Discovery Communications network, as well as TV programming nationwide on the YouToo America network.
Fore more information, please visit: www.geekbeat.tv.
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