AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Top broadcasters and technology blogs are gearing up to cover the new technology products for work, home and play that industry leaders, innovators, startups and upstarts will introduce at ShowStoppers, the press-only showcase event scheduled for 6 Jan. 2011 in Las Vegas.
ShowStoppers @ CES 2011 reserves a record 13 studio stages for global TV news networks CNN and ITN; world-class tech blogs Butterscotch, Slashgear, Techcrunch and Techweb; radio and web newscasters CBS Radio with Larry Magid, Computer America with Craig Crossman, Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline, AppMinute.com with Sam Levin, Computer Outlook Radio with John Iasulo, and Tech Talk with Craig Peterson; and web broadcaster BNETtv.com.
More than 1,000 journalists, analysts and bloggers are already registered to attend the four-hour, invitation-only event.
The 100 exhibiting companies include, among others, Boxee, Casio, Electronic Arts, General Motors, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Iomega, Lexmark, Logitech, Novatel Wireless, Polaroid, Qualcomm, Real Networks, Skype and Trend Micro.
Special newsbeat areas include gaming, startups, mobile apps, healthcare, audio/video, computers and tablets, digital cameras, printers, software, and iTech.
One hour before the doors to the press event open, ShowStoppers convenes the IFA 2011 preview press conference; ShowStoppers partners with Messe Berlin and gfu to produce the official press event at IFA, the global tradeshow for consumer electronics and home appliances that takes place each September in Berlin.
ShowStoppers @ CES 2011 kicks off a year-long series of press events that includes:
Now in its 18th year, ShowStoppers, http://www.showstoppers.com, is the global leader in producing press and business events. Each event organizes product introductions, sneak previews and demonstrations for hundreds of selected journalists, bloggers, industry and financial analysts, venture capitalists and business executives. Industry leaders, innovators, startups and upstart companies exhibit during the year at ShowStoppers events to help generate news coverage and product reviews, make new connections, promote brand, and open new markets.
To cover and report from ShowStoppers events, contact:
ShowStoppers is an independent media event that is produced by and is a registered trademark of ShowStoppers. CES is a trademark of CEA. Showstoppers is not affiliated with CEA.