CNET and GameSpot Team up to Deliver the Ultimate 2019 Consumer Electronics Show Experience
CNET Provides the Essential Guide to the Hottest News and Top Trends from CES
CNET, the world’s largest consumer tech media site, and GameSpot, the #1 gaming news and information site, are working together to deliver the ultimate Consumer Electronics Show (CES) experience. All week, the combined team of more than 100 industry experts will explore every facet of the show and offer original programming, provide real-time streams of major press events and share in-depth reviews and analysis.
With technology infusing every aspect of our lives and the staggering amount of innovation on display at CES, CNET’s reporters will be on hand to disseminate the news and explain its significance to consumers. CNET’s live coverage of CES is available on www.cnet.com/ces and on YouTube, Livestream, Periscope/Twitter, Pluto TV, and Xumo TV.
For the first time, CNET’s booth will be located at Tech West in the Sands Convention Center, which has become the destination for the most innovative technologies at CES. At the CNET booth, attendees can watch live coverage of all major press events and hear hot takes on trending stories from tech luminaries, TV stars and musicians including Jonathan and Drew Scott from HGTV’s Property Brothers, Shawn Stockman from Boyz II Men, Sophie the Robot and Mike Fasulo, President, Sony Electronics.
Also new this year, attendees can take part in high-energy video game tournaments at the GameSpot eSports Truck, a massive semi-truck at Tech West equipped with 10 game stations. All week long, gamers will be able to challenge each other as well as special guest celebrities and influencers in games such as Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers.
CNET and GameSpot will also host special programming that will bring together the industry’s leading minds on the major trends ahead in 2019. This year’s panels include:
CNET’s Next Big Thing: The Future of Media at C-Space Storytellers Stage
An annual tradition at CES, this year CNET’s “The Next Big Thing” session will explore innovations in mobile video, 5G, OTT and the forces shaping the future of content creation and consumption.
The session will open with a conversation between CNET’s Lindsey Turrentine and Brian Cooley and STAR TREK: DISCOVERY executive producer and co-creator Alex Kurtzman, in which they will discuss how to create content that’s compelling even on the smallest screen. Turrentine and Cooley will then be joined by a panel of tech and media luminaries including Yoon Lee, Senior Vice President Content and Services, Product Innovation, Samsung; Toby Eduardo Redshaw, Senior Vice President 5G Ecosystems, Innovation, AR/VR, Location Based Services, Product Development, Verizon and Heather Rivera, Global Head, Product Partnerships, YouTube who will give their perspective on how technology will transform the industry and what to expect in coming years from new formats and creative thinking.