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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW CONFERENCE PRICING KEYNOTES
Tech Titans Keynote Series pg. 8-9 pg. 4-5 pg. 6-7

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Automotive Electronics Business of Innovation Cable Conference at CES CEA Innovation Policy Summit Connecting to the Cloud Content and Disruptive Technology Digital Health Summit Digital Hollywood Dont Believe the Hype? 3D Printing Uncovered Kids@Play and MommyTech Marketing and Engagement MEMS Sensor Fusion: Revolutionizing the Internet of Things PMA@CES: Photography and Digital Imaging Conference Technology Trends Varietys Entertainment Summit Wireless and Mobile Technology pg. 53 pg. 54 pg. 55-56 pg. 57-58 pg. 58-60 pg. 61 pg. 62-64 pg. 65-66 pg. 67 pg. 68-70 pg. 71 pg. 71-72 pg. 73 pg. 74 pg. 75-76 pg. 77

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The Brand Matters SuperSession: Technology as Muse Inspiring Innovation 2nd Screens Are Reinventing the TV Experience CNETs Next Big Thing: The New Hardware CES 2015: How Todays Emerging Technologies Will Affect Tomorrows Devices pg. 10 pg. 10 pg. 11 pg. 11

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CES Government 2014 Storage Visions 2014 The Wireless Symposium & WiExpo pg. 13 pg. 14 pg. 15

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2nd Screen Summit at CES Broadband Unlimited Business of Innovation CEA Research Summit Digital Hollywood Digital Music at CES Marketing and Engagement Smartphones and Tablets Conference pg. 17 pg. 18-19 pg. 20 pg. 21-22 pg. 23-24 pg. 25 pg. 26 pg. 27-28

CONFERENCE TRACKS - THURSDAY


Automotive Electronics Business of Innovation CEA Innovation Policy Summit CEA Research Summit Consumer Robotics: The Next Trillion Dollar Market Content and Disruptive Technology Digital Health Summit Internet of Everything Marketing and Engagement Memory Goes Mobile PMA@CES: Photography and Digital Imaging Conference Seeing is Believing: 3D, 4K and UHD Technology Trends TransformingEDU Wireless and Mobile Technology pg. 79 pg. 80 pg. 81 pg. 82 pg. 83 pg. 84 pg. 85-87 pg. 87 pg. 88 pg. 89-90 pg. 91 pg. 92-93 pg. 94 pg. 95-96 pg. 97

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CEA Innovation Policy Summit CEA Research Summit CONNECTIONS Summit Content and Disruptive Technology Digital Hollywood Fitness Tech Marketing and Engagement PMA@CES: Photography and Digital Imaging Conference Silvers Summit Smartphones and Tablets Conference StoryTech Impact! Conference Technology Trends Wireless and Mobile Technology pg. 31 pg. 32 pg. 33-34 pg. 35 pg. 36-37 pg. 38-40 pg. 41 pg. 42-43 pg. 43-44 pg. 45-46 pg. 47-48 pg. 49 pg. 50

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IEEE: International Conference on Consumer Electronics THX Certied Professional Home Theater Level 1 pg. 99 pg. 100

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The 2014 International CES Tech Titans and Technology Innovators keynote series brings CEOs, thought leaders, disruptors and key drivers of the global economy to the stage. These poweful addresses not only set the tone for these four days of innovation, they inuence the upcoming revolutions in products, services and networks that shape innovation. Theyre just part of why many are saying 2014 promises to be the most powerful CES ever.

MONDAY, JANUARY 6
6:30 p.m. BRIAN KRZANICH

CEO, Intel
The Venetian, Level 5, Palazzo Ballroom

8:30 p.m. RUPERT STADLER

Chairman of the Board of Management, Audi AG


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GARY SHAPIRO

KAZUO HIRAI

President and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)

President and CEO, Sony Corp.

1 p.m. MARISSA MAYER

President and CEO, Yahoo!


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Chairman and CEO, Cisco


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Our SuperSessions have earned their cant-miss reputation. Hosted by some of our industrys leading innovators, these FREE sessions promise to be the talk of the show. They have the power to inuence markets and industries as well. Join a mix of fascinating personalities, provocative thinkers and prescient presenters as they discuss whats happening now and whats next. This year youll nd everyone from Hollywoods leading talents, to career specialists, to CNETs annual panel discussing the next big thing. Each session promises to be informative, entertaining and educational on levels that can only be described as super. Arrive early to ensure you get a seat.

THE BRAND MATTER RS SUPERSESS SION: TECHNOLOGY AS MUSE IN NSPIRIN NG INNOVAT TION
10-11 a.m./Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N255
Throughout history, muses have inspired artists to create their greatest works: Dora Maar to Picasso, Zelda to F. Scott Fitzgerald, Yoko to John. Could technology be marketings muse? MediaLink will bring visionaries from the worlds of entertainment, education, publishing and advertising to discuss how technology pushes them to test the boundaries of their creativity.

2ND SCREENS ARE REIN NVENTING G THE TV EXPERIE ENCE E


1-2 p.m./Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N255
Apps are changing the way viewers consume and interact with television. The proliferation of 2nd screen tablets or smartphones is giving programmers, operators and marketers new ways to reach viewers. Join 2nd screen pioneers who, by adding a companion little screen experience to programming, are making the big connected screen even bigger. Panelists: Tracey Garvin SVP, Sony Home Entertainment Luis Goicouria SVP, PGA Tour Anthony Zuiker Creator and Executive Producer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

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CNETS NEXT BIG TH HIN NG: THE NEW HARDWARE E
3-4 p.m./Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N255
Smartphone and tablet designs have stagnated, but sensor-based hardware innovation is thriving in unexpected places. Startups and companies with no tech history are developing whole new device types for our homes, cars, and bodies. This panel investigates where traditional manufacturers stand and which new players are leading the hardware revolution. Panelists: Mike Bell VP and GM, New Devices, Intel James Buczkowski Technical Fellow and Director, Electrical and Electronics Systems, Research and Advanced, Ford Julie Larson-Green EVP, Devices and Studios Sonny Vu CEO, Mist Wearables Microsoft

CES 2015: HOW TODAYS EMERG GING TECHNO OLO OGIE ES WILL AFFECT TOMORR ROWS S DEVICE ES
10-11 a.m./Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N255
The week of CES sets the stage for the years product launches, but it can be difcult to tell the fads from the future. Weve tapped some of the top names in the world of 3D printing, alternative interfaces, wearables, robotics, transportation and home automation to separate the fads of today from the game changing technologies of tomorrow. Which emerging technologies are set to take center stage for CESs to come and how will they impact our lives? Moderator: Brian Heater Director, Media, Engadget

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STORAGE VISIO ONS 2014


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Fast is Beautiful, but Size Matters is the 2014 Storage Visions Theme. Video projects could generate almost one Exabyte of content. New compression technology will bring 4K video home. The growth of mobile devices drive new data center capacity and performance requirements, and creates a market for increasing demand for storage, interface and security technologies. SV 2014 explores changing demand for local and remote storage systems, magnetic tape, HDDs, optical discs and ash memory. Visit storagevisions.com for session and registration information.

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The Wireless Symposium & WiExpo, produced by NTCA and RWA, brings together wireless representatives, highly respected leaders and next-generation vendors to embrace opportunities and identify solutions that turn products, services and ideas into protable enterprises. The conference reaches into the heart of cities and towns located a few miles outside large metropolitan regions, and to those in extremely remote locations, bringing to the forefront the challenges of providing wireless services to those areas. Visit buildwirelessnow.com for session and registration information.

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Monday, January 6/Treasure Island Hotel & Casino Join the 2nd Screen Society as they return to CES for a half day of expert, in-depth panels, educational presentations and thought leadership discussions around the proliferating 2nd Screen ecosystem and enabling technologies. Its a must-attend for executives in CE, broadcast, advertising and content holders and their service provider partners who develop cutting-edge apps and companion programming for tablets and smartphones. Produced by MESA (Media & Entertainment Services Alliance) in cooperation with the 2nd Screen Society.
Please visit 2ndScreenSociety.com/CES2014 or contact Guy Finley at at guy@MESAlliance.org for session and registration information.

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N256 Broadband is the fuel driving consumer interest in new CE products and services for entertainment, connecting, self-improvement and many more. Broadband is both a force reshaping established industries and an incubator of visionary ideas. Broadband Unlimited puts the spotlight on innovative drivers of broadband such as 4K and the latest in M2M, next generation emergency and health services, the factors that speed up or retard deployment and use, and what it all means to competition. IP TRAFFIC WILL TRIPLE IN FIVE YEARS 9:10-9:50 a.m.
IP trafc in the U.S. is expected to nearly triple from 2012 to 2017. How does this compare with other regions such as China, Japan, and Europe? What role does video or gaming play in the increase? Get the answers during this session from the current results of the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI). Presenter: Doug Webster VP, Service Provider Networking Global Marketing and Corporate Communications, Cisco

THE STATUS OF BROADBAND COMPETITION 10:40-11:30 a.m.


As the broadband marketplace matures, increased competition is pushing service providers to experiment with different ways of charging for access. What is the status of data caps? What about usage-based pricing? Hear from industry experts regarding competition and pricing strategies. The changes are affecting service providers, consumers and policymakers. Moderator: Walter McCormick President and CEO, USTelecom

CONTROLLING BROADBAND DEVICES WITH OTHER SMART DEVICES 10-10:30 a.m.


Learn about the devices that control the devices. This powerful session is about new devices, such as Smart Watches, that remotely control other broadband connected devices in the home or ofce. Hear an assessment of the role of consumer controlled, machine-to-machine communications to manage all of their connected devices. Moderator: Michael Wolf Founder, NextMarket Insights

SIZING THE IMPACT OF MULTI-DEVICE OWNERSHIP ON WIRELESS BROADBAND ACCESS 11:40 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
Multi-device ownership is driving demand for data connectivity and network capacity at home and on the move. This presentation aims to assess and forecast the impact of multi-device ownership on wireless data access and revenues while discussing the resulting challenges and opportunities for service providers and CE manufacturers. Presenter: Ronan Renesse Principal Analyst, Analysys Mason

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THE FUTURE OF UNLIMITED BANDWIDTH 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Consumers should be as oblivious to their bandwidth capacity as they generally are to electricity or water. Fiber-to-thehome (FTTH) will be able to respond to consumer demand for bandwidth. This panel discusses the innovative products and services that require ultra-high bandwidth, and how they are providing future proof capacity to consumers. Moderator: Heather Gold President, FTTH Council

DIGITAL HEALTH: THE INTERNET OF YOU 3-3:50 p.m.


Digital health is moving beyond wireless devices we wear on us to wireless devices that are in us. The Internet of You is revolutionizing healthcare, giving doctors new insights and patients better outcomes. Panelists will discuss applications for wireless medical implants and the unique technical, cultural and regulatory challenges implants must overcome to become mainstream. Moderator: Jonathan Spalter Chair, Mobile Future

CONNECTED TVS AND THE RE-MAKING OF AN INDUSTRY 1:20-1:50 p.m.


What do consumers want from their connectable smart TVs, game consoles, Blu-ray players, and streaming OTT boxes, and which industries stand to benefit the most? This session examines the impact of the connected TV on the home and assesses the future for the video and broadband services industries. Presenter: Brett Sappington Director, Research, Parks Associates

FOOL ME ONCE; FOOL ME TWICE. LESSONS LEARNED ON 4K 4-5 p.m.


What you need to know about the evolving 4K market and ecosystem. This session discusses how the pieces of the Ultra HD puzzle t together and what weve learned to date. Also, the panel will recognize the elephant in the room and ask: whats required for Ultra HD to avoid 3Ds fate? Moderator: Greg DePriest Partner, Special Projects LLC Panelist: Dan Holden Fellow, Comcast Labs

BROADBAND AND THE NEXT GENERATION OF EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 2-2:50 p.m.


In a broadband-connected world, consumers shouldnt have to rely solely on emergency communications systems rooted in century-old voice technology. This session, presented by NENA: The 9-1-1 Association, explores how 9-1-1 will evolve to accept voice, video, data and advanced sensor inputs from sources as varied as buildings and wearable devices. Moderator: Brian Fontes CEO, National Emergency Number Assoc.

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9. Technology changes business then business changes technology. Now you can learn how to prot from both sides of the equation. Industry experts offer coaching on adding or improving retail shelf space, increasing workersefciency with apps and proting from social media. And for the startups or rapidly growing businesses, discovering where and how to nd the funds you need to succeed. Reserve your space today before your competition does. HOW TO ROCK THE BUYER MEETING 10:30-11:30 a.m.

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What you say to a chain store buyer can win you the shelf space or close the door to the store. Sponsored by the CEA Entrepreneurs Club (eClub), this session reveals the top ten things to include in your presentation, what to bring to a meeting and what compels buyers to buy. Presenter: Karen Waksman Founder and CEO, Retail MBA

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N250 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9. CEA Research Summit takes a data-centric approach, offering insights through a mix of quantitative and qualitative data, to reveal the imminent changes on the horizon and give executives an early view of future trends and inection points. While others focus on the growing segments within the consumer electronics industry, only the CEA Research Summit provides the breadth and depth needed to understand growing technology segments as well as the implications for adjacent industry segments. 2014 INTERNATIONAL CES TRENDS TO WATCH 11 a.m.-Noon
Just hours before the worlds biggest trade show opens its doors, you can preview the impactful trends, next big things and disruptive innovations that will redene our industry in the coming year. See how new technologies will occupy the ever-changing landscape of consumer electronics before you hit the show oor. Presenter: Shawn Dubravac Chief Economist and Sr. Director of Research, CEA

EXECUTIVE ONE-ON-ONE WITH NICK EVANS, FOUNDER AND CEO OF TILE 1-1:30pm
Join Nick Evans, Founder and CEO of Tile, and Shawn DuBravac, CEAs Chief Economist and Sr. Director of Research for a one-on-one conversation. Tile is the connected object device poised to revolutionize lost and found through its Bluetooth technology and the power of app community. Evans, formerly of Lockitron, Pebble and Livescribe, began Tile with the most successful Selfstarter crowdfunding campaign on record, raising $2.6 million toward a shipping date in spring 2014. Presenters: Shawn DuBravac Chief Economist and Sr. Director of Research, CEA Nick Evans Founder and CEO of Tile

THE STATE OF TVS: WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE 2014 SLATE Noon-1 p.m.
After several years of decline, television sales are improving along multiple metrics as new devices ascend. What will the slate of UltraHD and curved OLEDs mean to the TV market? Will uptake be sufcient to restore TVs to their vibrant category? How should retailers and manufacturers approach these changes? Presenter: Steve Koenig Director, Industry Analysis, CEA

WILL MOBILITY AND CONNECTIVITY REMAIN DRIVING FORCES IN 2014? 1:30-2 p.m.
Growth in mobile and connected devices has been the savior of consumer tech growth. Uptake of smartphones and tablets has been tremendous, but with household ownership nearing saturation, can this growth continue? What are the implications for the consumer tech industry? Should we expect massive shifts in market opportunities, business models and consumer behavior? Presenter: Steve Koenig Director, Industry Analysis, CEA

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THE 2013 HOLIDAY SEASON ITS ALL ABOUT ENHANCEMENTS 2-3 p.m.
The holidays were dened as much by CE device enhancements as CE devices themselves. The NPD Groups Stephen Baker reveals what made this year different, based on actual industry retail sales reports. Did consumers enhance devices or leap to new technology? Most importantly, did enhancements do enough for the CE industry to end the year on a positive note? Presenter: Stephen Baker VP, Industry Analysis, The NPD Group

WEARABLES AND THE FUTURE OF FITNESS 4-5 p.m.


With launches in 2013 and pending launches for 2014, this year is shaping up to be the year of wearables, a trend poised to signicantly impact health and tness. Understand industry forecasts for these budding categories and unearth evolving consumer behaviors. Presenter: Kevin Tillmann Sr. Research Analyst, CEA

IMPROVING TECH RETAILING IN 2014: FOCUSING ON CONSUMERS IN A RAPIDLY SHIFTING ENVIRONMENT 3-4 p.m.
The rise of showrooming, e-commerce, private labels and direct-to-consumer OEMs has opened a Pandoras box of buying channels. These changes are pressuring manufacturers and retailers down a myriad of innovative paths, slowly improving the retail experience for the consumer. Learn how to address the needs of consumers in the shifting retail environment. Moderator: Adam Levin CEO and Chairman, Levin Consulting Panelists: Steve Abernethy CEO, SquareTrade Steve Kazanjian Chief Creative Ofcer, MWV MeadWestvaco Dawn VonBechmann SVP and General Merchandise Manager, Technology, Entertainment and Ofce, Sams Club

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N258 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8. Content anytime, anywhere on screens of any size. New platforms, surprising target audiences and refreshing approaches to reaching them. Innovative collaborations, unexpected opportunities and lucrative revenue streams. All this and much more is served up at the ever-popular Digital Hollywood sessions, led by some of the most inuential players in the entertainment space. Get a front-row seat for the event thatll have everyone talking. THE NEW HOLLYWOOD EQUATION: CONTENT OWNERS, NEW PLATFORMS, AGENTS AND COMMERCE 10-11 a.m.
As the entertainment industry enters its next phase of production and distributionwhere digital technologies are taking an even more central role the relationships among power players are evolving into the New Hollywood Equation. In this session we bring together some of the best informed creative executives in the eld to discuss this equation. Moderator: Mark J. Kapczynski CEO, Kontrol Media Panelists: Lisa Black EVP, Content and Business Development, Fish bowl Worldwide Media Peter Csathy CEO, Manatt Digital Media Steven Katleman Shareholder, Greenberg Taurig Law Sarah Passe Business Development Executive, Creative Arts Agency Glasgow Phillips SVP Creative, Maker Studios David Tochterman Head of Digital Media, Innovative Artists

MULTI-SCREEN UNIVERSE: STRATEGIES FOR CONNECTEDTV TECHNOLOGY AND CONTENT 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
The age of all video, all the time is here - yet the conversion to an all-video culture was so quiet that the implications are just entering the nations business and intellectual conversations. Hear from a group of technology and communication experts whose experiences dene how the multiscreen universe works. Moderator: Tim Hanlon Founder and CEO, The Vertere Group, LLC Panelists: Michael Bishara SVP and GM, TV Everywhere, Synacor Jeff Demain Director, Research Strategy and Business Development, Intel Lab Greg Gentschev Product Management Director, TMS Eric Fitzgerald Reed VP, Entertainment and Tech Policy, Verizon Communications JT Taylor Director, Strategic Marketing, Service Provider Video Technology Group, Cisco Francisco Varela Global Director of Platform Partnerships, YouTube

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HOLLYWOOD AND MEDIA: ALWAYS CONNECTED/ALWAYS ON TRADITIONAL MEDIA TRANSFORMED! 1-2 p.m.
Personal media have invaded the territory of the media giants. TV networks, even cable networks and radio networks have now totally embraced mobile, broadband video, social networks and the blogosphere. The world of alwaysconnected/always-on media is the ability to watch video when you want it, where you want it and it is changing Hollywood. Moderator: Shawn Gold CMO, Mahalo Panelists: Saul J Berman Partner and VP, Global Service Area Leader, Strategy and Transformation, IBM Global Business Services Scott L Brown SVP, Technology and Strategic Relations, The Nielsen Company Teddy Lynn Chief Creative Ofce, IPG Publishing Michael Tanaka Head of Business Development and GM, WhoSay, Inc. Michael Thornton Chief Revenue Ofcer, Starz!

TRANSFORMING AND REDEFINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CONSUMER, ADVERTISING AND MEDIA PLATFORMS 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Media and the information they deliver are increasingly contextual. Some rene messaging more precisely than others, but the personalization of news, commentary, programming, advertising and commerce is plowing ahead. Learn how media, advertisers and content creators are managing a complex universe with hundreds of millions of individual preferences. Moderator: Doug Scott President, OgilvyEntertainment Panelists: Durk Barnhill CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi NY Jamie Elden SVP and Head of Entertainment, Lin Digital, div. of LIN Media Vin Farell Global Chief Content Ofcer, Havas Worldwide Suzanne Grimes President and COO, North America, Clear Channel Outdoor Eric Johnson President and Founder, Ignited Anne-Marie Kline SVP, Managing Director, BrandLIVE, Digitas

YOUTUBE: UNLOCKING THE POWER OF PROGRAMMING, PREMIUM CONTENT AND ADVERTISING 4-5 p.m.

In the past year, YouTube evolved from being a massive repository of extraordinary video content to a massive repository of content channels. These channels bring viewers millions of hours of global video production and spontaneity. YouTube is re-writing the future of television, including advertising, subscription and other revenue modelsand its all happening now. Panelists: Urs Cete Managing Director, BDMI - Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments, Inc. Mark Himmelsbach COO, IPG Mediabrands Publishing Margaret Laney CMO, AwesomenessTV Rob Sandie CEO and Co-Founder, vidIQ

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N262 Digital Media Wire presents this half day program that brings together top music industry leaders to discuss the business issues of the day from new revenue models for recorded music to digital copyrights to the future of Internet radio. The event explores some of the most signicant tech-music partnerships behind recent successes as the industry continues to evolve from a packaged goods business to a digital business. THE STATE OF DIGITAL MUSIC: A VIEW FROM THE TOP 1-1:50 p.m.
Music industry heavyweights discuss the hot button issues, including digital music sales, online and mobile music product offerings. Theyll also weigh in on business models, new channels of digital revenue, subscriptions, cloud services, MP3 stores, sync licenses, ad-supported models and next generation devices. Moderator: Peter Csathy CEO, Ventures Panelists: Jay Boberg Chairman, Isolation Network, Inc. Eric Johnson SVP and GM, Tech, Games and Media, CBS Interactive Nick Panama Co-Founder, Contora, Mainframe Group John Rubey President, AEG Network LIVE

THE DIGITAL COPYRIGHT DEBATE: WHAT NEEDS TO CHANGE? 2-2:50 p.m.


A common complaint of entrepreneurs attempting to license music for digital music-based services is that the current laws governing music licensing are too complex and unfavorable to digital music startups. Hear from experts in the eld as they discuss whats working and whats not under the current laws. Moderator: Ned Sherman CEO and Publisher, Digital Media Wire Panelists: Brandon Martinex Co-Founder and CEO, INDMUSIC Michael Petricone SVP, Government Affairs, CEA Maurice Russell SVP, Client Services, HFA Hank Shocklee Music Producer, President, Shocklee Entertainment

THE FUTURE OF INTERNET RADIO 3-3:50 p.m.


There has been a seismic shift in radio with the Internet forever changing how listeners tune in, allowing endless possibilities for a more personal, seamless music experience, including in the connected car. Experts discuss the future of internet radio by looking at technology adoption, consumer preferences, advertising models, and licensing issues.

Moderator: Paul Sloan Editor-in-Chief, CNET News Panelists: Jack Isquith SVP, Strategic Development and Content Programming, Slacker Radio John Rosso President of Marketing Development, Triton Digital Jake Sigal Founder and CEO, Livio Stephen White President, Gracenote

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Monday, January 6/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on January 7, January 8 and January 9. Innovation can help improve your bottom line and the world. Learn as experts uncover opportunities for health and wellness providers, retailers with mobile shops and those tapping into the massive Silver market. From women to seniors, the environment to technologys place in society, nd out how innovation has the power to push humanity forward. FITNESS FOR LIFE: CREATING HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES FOR LIFELONG CUSTOMERS 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Health and wellness become more important with agenot less. With the boom of wearable tness trackers, mobile health apps and home medical devices, how do developers ensure they keep customers for life? Health and wellness companies reveal design, accessibility and usability challenges in their effort to keep pace with science, medicine, and technology. Moderator: Jill Duffy Software Analyst and Columnist, PC Mag Panelists: Dr. Samir Damani Founder and CEO, MD Revolution, Inc. Marco Della Torre VP of Product Science, Basis Joe Hardy VP of Research and Development, Lumosity Halle Tecco CEO, Rock Health

SELLING CE IN THE AGE OF THE MOBILE SHOPPER 3-4 p.m.


Todays smartphone-wielding consumers continue to drive radical change in the way electronics products are bought and sold, causing brick-and-mortar and online operations to rethink the way they conduct business. Hear the latest research on mobile shopping and updates on showrooming, in-store price matching, social media engagement and more. Presenter: Carol Spieckerman President and CEO, newmarketbuilders

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Monday, January 6 / LVCC, North Hall, Room N260 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7. Smartphones and tablets represent the future of content, commerce, education and communication. They are the undisputed next generation of computing and gaming. From app stores to social media, these platforms are forever changing the lifestyle landscape of the global consumer. These sessions address the newest technologies and explore how smartphones and tablets are revolutionizing the consumption and monetization of content. THE SMARTPHONE/TABLET ECONOMY: THE CONSUMER OBSESSION 10-11 a.m.
The smartphone/tablet platform is the most transformative and revolutionary advancement in CE since the introduction of the PC 30 years ago. The tablet and smartphone are indispensable to consumers daily lives. We discuss the features and network capabilities ofand content innovation and consumer expectations forthe smartphone/tablet platform. Moderator: Craig Wigginton US Telecommunications Sector Leader, Deloitte & Touche LLP Panelists: Gurval Caer Vice Chairman, Chief Marketing and Innovation Ofcer, Wunderman Andreas Gal VP, Mobile Engineering, Mozilla Sandip Mandera Head of Engineering, Digital Stores/ Commerce, Intel Glenn OFarrell President and CEO, Groupe Mdia TFO Greg Portell Partner, A.T. Kearney John Shapiro Lead Product Manager, QuickBooks Online, Intuit

MERGING CONTENT WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


The content industry can reach countless consumers across multiple platforms in new and scalable formats using innovative monetization strategies and programs. The new generation of tablets, smartphones and eReaders is fostering an ever-expanding universe of content creation, consumption and, ultimately, a revolutionary business model for content creators. Moderator: Terry S. Bienstock CEO, Mobilactive Media, LLC. Panelists: Chia Chen SVP, Mobile Lead, North America, Digitas Lincoln Millstein
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THE APP COMMUNITY 1-2 p.m.
Apps are proving to be the most transformative mobile and computing experiences to date. They are user communities and petri dishes for understanding the needs, likes and personalities of modern consumers. Not just an experiential innovation, apps represent a monetization platform with endless possibilities. Moderator: Ted Cohen Managing Partner, TAG Strategic LLC Panelists: Rick Fant VP, Apps and Marketplace, Mozilla Jason Henderson Sr. Interactive TV Product Manager, Dish Network Alex Limberis VP, Business Development, Next Issue Media John P. Roberts EVP, Digital Strategy and Branding, Endemol USA Tyler Slocum Director, Mobile Product, National Football League Evan Young Sr. Director, Product Marketing, TiVo

WHATS NEXT ON THE 2ND SCREEN? 4-5 p.m.


TV, multi-platform distribution and social media have ofcially hooked up. Content is as easily viewed on tablets and smartphones as on TV sets. Now TV shows share viewers tweets, celebrities encourage real-time interaction, and the online big guns, Facebook and Twitter, are intertwined with TV as never before. TV as a social-media community is exploding. See whats next. Moderator: Marc Scarpa Producer and Director, The X-Factor Digital, Grammy Live, Incubus HQ Panelists: Channing Dawson Sr. Advisor, Scripps Networks Interactive Jeff Eddings Sr. Director, Emerging Technology, Turner Broadcasting Leslie Grandy Sr. VP, Product & Development, Digital Media, Rick Herman Chief Strategy Ofcer, MobiTV Kurt Hoppe Director, Smart TV Innovation and New Business, LG Electronics Discovery Communications Olivier Lacour VP, Studio Design, Cisco NDS

MONETIZING ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING ACROSS PLATFORMS 2:30-3:30 p.m.


Content is being exploited on all platforms, from tablets and smartphones to the multitude of video platforms. While the aggregation of these revenue sources may not yet reach the levels of broadcast and syndication TV, the industry is beginning to see the light. Monetizing cross-platform entertainment programs has become a huge industry. Moderator: Mike Vorhaus President, Magid Advisors Panelists: Bob Goodman SVP, Director of User Experience, Arnold Worldwide, Boston Harry Kargman Founder and CEO, Kargo Eric Kuhn Head of Social Media, UTA Jeremy Lockhorn Director of Emerging Media and Video Innovation, Razorsh Andy Marks Managing Director, MATTER, Inc. Stuart McLean CEO and Founder, Content and Co.

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N254 Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9.
America didnt become the worlds technology leader by coincidence. It happened because our government, in partnership with the business community, created the worlds most innovation-friendly legal and regulatory environment. That partnership is being tested like never before. Innovators face a broken immigration system, wireless spectrum scarcity and rampant patent litigation. Meanwhile, issues like privacy and autonomous vehicles challenge regulators and lawmakers. Hear top Washington policymakers, entrepreneurs and tech leaders discuss how we can maintain our innovation leadership.

STOP FIGHTING AND FIX IT: MAKING MUSIC LICENSING WORK FOR INNOVATORS, ARTISTS AND CONSUMERS 11 a.m.-Noon
The music licensing system is broken. Different technologies are assessing different licensing rates seemingly at random and investors shy away. Some artists benet from new revenue streams. Some claim underpayment. How can we modernize our anachronistic music licensing system to benet entrepreneurs, musicians and consumers? Panelists: Dave Allen Director, Interactive Strategy, NORTH Hank Shocklee Founder, Shocklee Entertainment Michael Weinberg Acting Co-President, Public Knowledge

DRIVING TOWARDS THE FUTURE: PRO-INNOVATION POLICIES AND THE CONNECTED CAR 2-3 p.m.
Produced in partnership with Global Automakers and Auto Alliance. Connected cars are appearing on the road, presenting new opportunities for motorists and challenges for policymakers. Government regulators are in position to promote or delay the car of the future. As automobiles and consumer electronics converge, how do we ensure a pro-innovation regulatory environment for connected automobiles? Panelist: Hilary Cain National Manager, Technology and Innovation Policy, Toyota Motor North America, Inc.

STARTUPS AND PUBLIC POLICY: OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES 12:30-1:30 p.m.


The U.S. boasts the worlds most vibrant and dynamic startup culture. But its under siege: rampant patent trolls, a broken immigration system and other challenges threaten to undermine our success. Hear top innovators and DC policymakers discuss what Washington should do (and not do) to promote entrepreneurs and generate innovative businesses. Panelists: Mara Lewis CEO and Co-Founder, stopped.at Josh Mendelsohn Co-Founder, Engine

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Thursday, January 9. CEA Research Summit takes a data-centric approach, offering insights through a mix of quantitative and qualitative data, to reveal the imminent changes on the horizon and give executives an early view of future trends and inection points. While others focus on the growing segments within the consumer electronics industry, only the CEA Research Summit provides the breadth and depth needed to understand growing technology segments as well as the implications for adjacent industry segments. THE EVOLUTION OF CONTENT AND SERVICES ON DEVICES 12:30-1:30 p.m.
The number of connected devices in consumer hands has increased signicantly in recent years. This shift has ushered in a variety of entertainment options across devices and services. How have these changes evolved and what are the implications going forward? Presenter: Chris Ely Manager, Industry Analysis, CEA

THE NEXT FACE OF GAMING 3:30-4:30 p.m.


In 1977, the Atari 2600 hit the market and the video game market was never the same. Now entering the 8th generation of game consoles, a shift toward connected devices and a challenge to the gaming status quo has emerged. Mobile and social gaming are now a part of the story, but console-based gaming is also changing. Moderator: Ned Sherman CEO and Co-Founder, Digital Media Wire, Inc. Panelists: Michael Cai SVP, Games and Digital, Interpret LLC Jesse Divnich VP, Insight and Analysis, Electronic Entertainment Design and Research Joost van Dreunen CEO, SuperData Research Kevin Tillmann Sr. Research Analyst, CEA Mike Vorhaus Managing Director, Frank N. Magid Associates

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Presented by Parks Associates Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N264 Prot from Connected Home Devices and Services. Gain C-level insights and make connections of your own with leading companies in the digital living space. International research rm Parks Associates presents consumer and industry trends, new business models and technologies and growth opportunities for companies developing products and services. Hear groundbreaking research on connected devices and Smart TV, digital content across multiple platforms, value-added services and new roles for service providers and strategies for monetizing new offerings.

HOME MONITORING AND CONTROL: ATTRACTING NEW SUBSCRIBERS 9:15-10:30 a.m.


The growing ecosystem of connected products opens up many options for service providers but also creates challenges in designing and deploying services that will generate recurring revenue and improve customer loyalty. This session examines the business issues that confront service providers and how those issues will impact home control platforms. Moderator: Tom Kerber Director, Research, Home Controls and Energy, Parks Associates Panelists: Jim Johnson EVP and GM, iControl Networks Benoit Joly SVP, Marketing and Smart Life, Technicolor Kevin Meagher VP and GM, Smart Homes, Lowes Kevin Petersen President, AT&T Digital Life

CONSUMER TECH SUPPORT: ADVANCED TOOLS AND INFRASTRUCTURE 10:30-11:45 a.m.


The proliferation of connected devices and services has fueled a need for innovation among support services. This panel analyzes emerging backend technologies that foster greater efciencies in diagnostics, troubleshooting, and resolution as well as self-help tools and other aspects of service innovation in the tech support market. Moderator: Patrice Samuels Research Analyst, Parks Associates Panelists: Alan Atkins VP and Global Head M2M, Wipro Technologies Manoj Chandiramani VP, Technical Solutions Group, Quattro Global Services Pvt Frank Kouretas VP, Product and Marketing, Radialpoint John Orcutt CEO, Pie Digital

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THE INTERNET OF THINGS: CONNECTED HOME PLATFORMS AND DEVICES Noon-1:15 p.m.
This session examines the technologies contributing to the Internet of Things as well as the form they will take in the consumer market. Speakers discuss interoperability, the different approaches to integrating the numerous connected products into connected home platforms and the standards and technologies that will simplify integration. Moderator: Tom Kerber Director, Research, Home Controls and Energy, Parks Associates Panelists: Shane Dyer President, Arrayent, Inc. David Foote CTO, Hitachi Telecom USA Murali Rajagopalan SVP and Head of Product Engineering Services, MphasiS Henk Vendhuis Director, Standardization, Philips Lighting Representing The Connected Lighting Alliance Mark Walters Chairman, Z-Wave Alliance

EVOLUTION OF THE SMART TV 2:30-3:45 p.m.


The smart TV has disrupted the video ecosystem, and the video industry must develop business plans that properly leverage this platform. This panel discusses the impact of smart TVs as platforms for digital content, discovery, and apps. Speakers address trends including UltraHD/4K and partnerships between service providers and device manufacturers. Moderator: Barbara Kraus Director, Research, Parks Associates Panelists: Richard Bullwinkle Head of US Television Innovation I PIT-US, Samsung Electronics America John Honeycutt COO, Discover Networks International, Discovery Communications Wendell Wenjen Director, Advertising and Interactive TV Platforms, LG Electronics

NEW CONNECTED CE BUSINESS MODELS 3:45-5 p.m.


Connected devices and ubiquitous connectivity open a variety of options for improved protability and competitive positioning throughout the CE ecosystem. This panel discusses emerging business models for smart TVs, smartphones, game consoles and other connected devices as well as trends enabling these models and the uptake potential among consumers. Moderator: Brett Sappington Director, Research, Parks Associates Panelists: Mike Fitzsimmons CEO, Delivery Agent Michael Hawkey VP and GM, Sling Media Scott Rosenberg VP, Business Development, Roku

MONETIZING 2ND SCREEN SERVICES 1:15-2:30 p.m.


Most consumer experiences now have a mobile component, with the smartphone or tablet involved, in everything from video viewing to social interaction. This session discusses ways to improve the consumer experience, the challenges in deploying 2nd screen services and how content owners, service providers, and advertisers can monetize these services. Moderator: Heather Way Sr. Research Analyst, Parks Associates Panelist: Eric Anderson VP, Content and Product Solutions, Samsung Electronics America Jason Forbes EVP and Managing Director, Zeebox Daniel Riddell VP, Operations, SmartOTT Dietrich Von Behren VP, Digital Media and Investments, A&E Networks

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9. Disruptive technologies propel all sectors of the CE industry, but also raise salient questions about privacy, security, access, storage and device congurations and features. Their impact is, well, disruptive, and these fascinating sessions look at the most important trends in the cloud, 2nd screen, hardware and much more. Youll gain a variety of perspectives through lively discussion and debate over how disruptive technologies are affecting consumers, innovators and traditional delivery systems. Dont miss it. THE ERA OF WEARABLE TECH ARRIVES
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Innovation in health and tness monitoring, action video capture and augmented reality are dening a new era of wearable technology that makes wristband monitors seem quaint. Industry experts single out the most compelling products of today and tomorrow and discuss the rise of the personal area network and how it will impact our digital lifestyle. Moderator: Tim Stenovec Technology Reporter, Hufngton Post Panelists: Mario Esposito CTO, Heapsylon LLC Chris Massot CMO, Synapse Stephen Pierce Medical Devices Leader, IBM Sonny Vu CEO and Founder, MistWearables

FIVE TRENDS DRIVING THE FUTURE OF GAMING


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Gaming continues to spread far beyond its console roots. The result is a market that is more fragmented than ever as innovators push the boundaries. From consoles to smartphones to social media and smart TVs to cloud-based gaming and F2P, this dynamic panel will lay out the most promising opportunities for today and tomorrow. Moderator: Dean Takahashi Writer, Venture Beat Panelists: Jami Laes EVP Games, Rovio Entertainment Ltd Albert Penello Sr. Director, Product Management and Planning, Xbox, Microsoft

ULTRA HD CONTENT: WHAT WILL WE WATCH IN 2014 AND BEYOND?


11 a.m.-Noon/Room N259
Whats the outlook for Ultra HD content in the consumer market? Will Ultra HD discs and high-resolution streaming become viable delivery options? A market overview and forecast will kick off a lively discussion among leaders, content programming and delivery. Moderator: Carolyn Giardina Contributing Tech Editor, Hollywood Reporter Panelist: Tom Cosgrove President and CEO, 3net Studios

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N258 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Wednesday, January 8. Content anytime, anywhere on screens of any size. New platforms, surprising target audiences and refreshing approaches to reaching them. Innovative collaborations, unexpected opportunities and lucrative revenue streams. All this and much more is served up at the ever-popular Digital Hollywood sessions, led by some of the most inuential players in the entertainment space. Get a front-row seat for the event thatll have everyone talking. THE TELEVISION ECOSYSTEM: REVENUE AND STRATEGIES 10:30-11:30 a.m. VIDEO ANYTIME ANYWHERE: UNDERSTANDING THE VALUE PROPOSITION Noon-1 p.m.

Television 3.0 is here. With integrated apps, PVR, DRV, VOD, broadband, wireless, VoIP and mobile applications, its the central component of the electronic experience. Gain insights into how media, entertainment and technology companies are competing for the hundreds of millions of global consumers gathered around the set. Moderator: Shahid Khan Chairman and Chief Strategist, MediaMorph, Inc. Panelists: Erin Flood Director, Content Strategy and Acquisition, Verizon Tamara Franklin SVP, Afliate Operations and New Media Distribution, Scripps Networks Interactive Eric Korsh VP and Group Director of Brand Content, Digitas Ron Lamprecht EVP, Business Development, NBCUniversal Digital Distribution Jeremy Legg SVP, Business Development and Multi-Platform Distribution, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.) Rob Sussman EVP Business Operations, Development and Strategy, EPIX

At their core the broadcast and cable industries have always been a video-delivery technology. With video central to how consumers experience their daily lives whether by broadcast, cable, mobile or broadband televisions video infrastructure is ideally positioned to respond to the way consumers now communicate. Moderator: Benjamin Chen CEO, Arkami Panelists: Beth Cleareld SVP Digital, Media and Business Development, BBC Worldwide Bob Leighton SVP, Programming, Liberty Global Emil Rensing Chief Digital Ofcer, EPIX Pam Schechter VP, Business Affairs Digital and Cable Entertainment, NBCUniversal

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HOLLYWOOD AND THE DIGITAL CONSUMER ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE 1:30-2:30 p.m. STREAMING AND LIVE BROADBAND: THE VIDEO EXPLOSION 3-4 p.m.
Its happening and its premiering on the Net. Original web programming is coming from Netix, Amazon, DirecTV, Discovery, Turner, MTV! and YouTube. Is it starting to sound familiar? The web is delivering mainstream entertainment and all the mainstream media companies are chiming in. We might call the new movement in web video as Digital Hollywood! Moderator: Bruce Eisen Founder and President, Digital Advisors Panelists: Kirsten Atkinson Media Director, Team One David Beebe Founder, David Beebe Projects John Corpus Co-Founder and CEO, Milyoni Khai Tran Sr. Manager, Digital, ABC Disney Kiliaen Van Rensselaer SVP, Multi-Platform Programing, FOX Wes Williams Director, Product Management, Scripps Networks Interactive

The digital home, while not fully realized, is under construction. For Hollywood, the opportunities around content are golden. How will the creative and technology communities respond to a fully realized on demand world of television, lm and gaming? Find out as we open the door to exciting new possibilities in consumer entertainment. Moderator: Ira Rubenstein Digital Media Executive Panelists: Brandon Berger Chief Digital Ofcer, Worldwide, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide Kelly Day Advisor, Maker Studios Jason Jercinovic President, Havas Worldwide Digital Henry Juszkiewicz Chairman and CEO, Gibson Brands John Penney EVP, Strategy and Business Development, Starz! LLC Keyvan Peymani Managing Director, Digital Strategy Division, ICM Partners

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Tuesday, January 7 / LVCC, North Hall, Room N250 Sports and Fitness technology is no longer emerging. It is here. Once the sole province of professional and Olympic athletes, this technology is now being brought to the general public by creative entrepreneurs. But tness is no longer just for the athlete. It is increasingly becoming a priority for everyone. No matter what your company or goals, Fitness Tech will bring you up to date on what is happening now and what to expect in the near future. FITNESS TECH MARKET: TODAY AND TOMORROW 9-9:15 a.m.
2013 was a very good year. New Partnerships, new technologies and new recognition of the need for wearable tech and a more quantied self, make 2014 the tipping point for tness tech.

ANALYZE THAT: WHAT DO ALGORITHMS HAVE TO DO WITH IT? 9:50-10:35 a.m.


To the consumer, its a gadget worn for personal assessment, but behind the scenes, algorithms are hard at work gathering data, assessing patterns, offering tips and advice, and drawing a picture of the world of health and tness. This analysis makes these devices more insightful than ever before. Five market leaders discuss the insights from all this data. Panelists: Judd Armstrong President and Founder, JayBird Steve LeBoeuf President, Valencell, Inc. Karthik Soundar Segment Manager, Health and Fitness, Texas Instruments Ivo Stivoric VP, Research and Development, Jawbone Marcus Suvilaakso Group Director, Product Management, Polar Electro

OPENING KEYNOTE WHEN BIG SPORTS COMPANIES MEET EMERGING TECHNOLOGY 9:20-9:45 a.m.
Adidas is no stranger to sports and tness but taking a 65 year old company and turning its gaze towards technology is no easy feat. Stacey Burr, a longtime leader in the eld of wearable sensing technology, took up the Adidas charge and MiCoach was born. Find out what Adidas learned and how your company can benet from the experience. Keynote: Stacey Burr VP, Adidas Interactive, Adidas

WALTERTALKS: THE FIRST TRICORDER IS HERE 10:40-11 a.m.


Walter De Brouwer, Founder and CEO of Scanadu and founding member of TEDglobal talks about how this generation will be known as the quantied generation. Theyll know more about their bodies inputs and outputs than any other generation in history. The knowledge will lead to behavioral change, health and tness. Presenter: Walter De Brouwer Founder and CEO, Scanadu Inc

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WEARABLE TECH: FUNCTION MEETS FASHION 11:05-11:50 a.m.
Fitness devices run the spectrum of function and fashion. Increasingly the two are coming together to create a personal statement. We take a look at how technology and fashion are working together and how the results are affecting what we wear. Moderator: Denise Yohn Author, What Great Brands Do Panelists: Jeff Holove CEO, BASIS Science Isaiah Kacyvenski Head of Sports Segment Licensing and Business Development, MC10, Inc. Dave Monahan President and CEO, FitLinxx Ruth Thompson Business Development, Cambridge Consultants

TRIMMING THE FAT IN CORPORATE AMERICA 1:05-1:50 p.m.


Imagine the day when your employer pays you to keep healthy. As companies struggle to maintain employee benets, some are becoming proactive and partnering with digital tness pioneers to create corporate environments that motivate and encourage tness everyday. Join these discussions of partnerships that truly benet all. Panelists: Dan Botwinick VP, Marketing and Program Development, Zamzee Christopher Boyce CEO, Virgin Pulse Amy McDonough Director, Business Development, FitBit Inc. Nicole Nichols Certied Personal Trainer, Spark People

BATTLE OF THE BANDS 1:55-2:30 p.m.


Five of the top tness bands compete in this round robin giving presentations to prove they are the top band in the tness market. Come participate and vote for the band that ignited the audience the most. Moderator: Jennifer Jolly TechNow Columnist, USA Today

TECHNOLOGY AND OUTDOOR FITNESS 11:55 a.m.-12:35 p.m.


Technology is now a huge trend among outdoor gear manufacturers. Everyone from The North Face to Columbia to Marmot is making apparel designed to mesh durability and strength with the exibility, breathability and lightweight materials. This panel explores these adaptations and discuss what potential exists on the horizon for consumer electronic manufacturers. Moderator: Eric Adams Technology Director, Mens Health Panelists: Bruce Borenstein President and CEO, AfterShokz Erik Newton Director, Product Marketing, Looxcie, Inc.

PARENTING IN A DIGITAL WORLD 2:35-3:10 p.m.


Play 60 and Lets Move help to foster healthy behavior among the younger generation but what does it really take to build a business focused on keeping kids active, engaged and safe in a digital world. Panelist: Rich Schmelzer CEO and Co-Founder, GeoPalz

LUNCH WITH Fitbit 12:40-1 p.m.


James Park, CEO of Fitbit, sits down with Mashables Pete Pachal to discuss how the rapidly growing connected tness space is changing how we access, interact with, benet from, and understand our personal health information. Presenter: James Park CEO, Fitbit, Inc.

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FOSTERING A FITNESS COMMUNITY ECOSYSTEM 3:15-4 p.m.
The data is in. There are hundreds of tness devices to choose from. The winners are the ones who mix technology with a supportive community. Moderator: Denise Yohn Author, What Great Brands Do Panelists: Juliana Chua Principal, Business Innovation, Zensorium Chris Downie Founder and CEO, Spark People Florian Gschwandtner CEO and Co-Founder, Runtastic Philo Northrup President, Tao Wellness

CLOSING FITNESS KEYNOTE 4:05-4:30 p.m.


Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Miller is the most decorated gymnast in American history and one of the industrys foremost advocates for the tness and health of women and children. Through her company, Shannon Miller Lifestyle: Health and Fitness for Women, she seeks to empower women to make their wellness a priority, promoting tness on many platforms including corporate wellness, ghting childhood obesity and utilizing technology to maximize personal workouts and training. Keynote: Shannon Miller Gold Medalist, Olympian

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on January 6, January 8 and January 9. Innovation can help improve your bottom line and the world. Learn as experts uncover opportunities for health and wellness providers, retailers with mobile shops and those tapping into the massive Silver market. From women to seniors, the environment to technologys place in society, nd out how innovation has the power to push humanity forward. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD 12:30-1:30 p.m. / Room N261

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Join the CEA Foundation in exploring the consumer electronics industrys impact on philanthropy. Discover how philanthropy benets your company and career while strengthening your community. CE supports numerous humanitarian endeavors to improve the lives of vulnerable populations. Learn about the inspiring efforts of leading organizations in our industry and the power of doing good. Moderator: Stephen Ewell Executive Director, CEA Foundation Panelist: Arienne Biddings Telecom Policy Counsel, Google Inc. Bruce Borenstein President and CEO, AfterShokz John Godfrey VP of Government & Public Affairs, Samsung Information Systems America, Inc. Jane Payfer CMO, Ergotron

THE STORY OF ATTACHMENT: MAKING YOUR TECHNOLOGY BRAND ESSENTIAL IN THE LIFE OF A CONSUMER 1-2 p.m. / Room N262

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Much is written about likeability, but likeability is an unreliable measure of brand preference and loyalty. The most loyal consumers are attached consumerspeople who see brands as extensions of themselves. Examine how storytelling and experience design are lynchpins of good attachment strategiesespecially in a world that loves its gadgets. Presenter: Larry Vincent Executive Director, UTA Brand Studio

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Tuesday, January 7/LVH Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9. Digital imaging comes into sharp focus at The LVH, the destination for all things photo at CES. Two tracks cover retail strategy and technology trends, giving you a crystal clear picture of opportunities in photo and the future of digital imaging. The educational sessions are the perfect complement to the exhibits you will nd at PMA@CES and 2014 International CES. OFFICIAL BUSINESS KEYNOTE: CAPTURING SUCCESS IN TODAYS MARKET 8:30-10 a.m. / Shimmer

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PMA presents a panel discussion with the leading imaging industry movers and shakers sharing their bullish attitude on expanding their businesses. Listen to these highly effective leaders in todays imaging industry as they share the stories behind their successes. Moderator: Antonio Neves Founder, THINQACTION, Inc. Panelists: Brian Carroll President and CEO, Calumet Photographic Inc. Jirair Christianian VP, Mikes Camera, Inc. David Dimont Executive, Samys Camera

RETAIL STRATEGY: YOUR CUSTOMERS HAVE CAMERA PHONESHERES HOW YOU CAN STILL MAKE MONEY OFF THEIR PHOTOGRAPHY 1-2 p.m. / Shimmer
A panel discussion with leading photo retailers will present a variety of opportunities to take advantage of the exponential rise in smartphone images. Once thought to be the death knell of traditional photography, innovative retailers are recognizing new opportunities to make money from the thousands of pictures customers have on their smartphones. Moderator: Paul Worthington Consumer Imaging Analyst, 6Sight Presenters: Brent Bowyer Executive Director, Independent Photo Imagers Jirair Christianian VP, Mikes Camera Inc. Mark Comon VP, Pauls Photo Inc. Mat Inkley President and Managing Partner, The Imaging Depot, LLC Stephen Weiss President and CEO, Creve Coeur Camera Inc.

TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY: MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR TIME: THE KEYS TO YOUR IDEAL WORKFLOW 1-2 p.m. / Rooms 9-10
Photographers and videographers are looking for the most efcient ways to get the job done correctly. This presentation will demonstrate how photographers can accelerate their workow and explore tips and best practices for maintaining memory cards to avoid image and video loss and the benets derived from various technologies including high-speed memory cards and USB 3.0 solutions, among others. Presenter: Jeff Cable Director, Marketing, Lexar Media

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RETAIL STRATEGY: LETS START PRINTING PHOTOS AGAIN 2:15-3:15 p.m. / Shimmer
As members of the photo imaging industry, it is our mission to motivate consumers to print their photos, thus preserving precious memories for generations to come. Learn new marketing messages that will instill the call to action to motivate your customers to print their favorite photos and in the process, increase your print volume. Presenters: Joellyn Gray Director of Marketing, FUJIFILM North America Corporation Jerry Grossman Editor in Chief, Digital Imaging Reporter Gabrielle Mullinax Owner, Fullerton Photographics

TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY: MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHYTHE STATE OF THE UNION 2:15-3:15 p.m. / Rooms 9-10
Smartphone and tablet apps have rapidly become indispensable tools for taking, enhancing, viewing, or sharing photos. Learn how mobile photographers are using these tools, what needs are being currently met, and where there are still important unmet needs which create opportunities. Presenter: Hans Hartman Analyst, Suite 48 Analytics

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N256 People age 50+ comprise nearly 45 percent of the total US population and control 70 percent of the countrys wealth. Its time to understand just how this largest and most powerful demographic uses technology in daily life now and what they want in the future. The Silvers Summit explores new thinking, new products and services, and how the role of technology is being redened. After all, this is the generation that invented the Internet. WELCOME KEYNOTE: IS AGING A THING OF THE PAST? 9-9:40 a.m.
Is aging a thing of the past? Is immortality ripe for investment? The coveted fountain of youth has arrived and technology is right at the epicenter. This thriving ecosystem is changing the way we think about aging, convincing us that feeling younger next year isnt outrageous. Its a reality.

KEYNOTE: THROWING DOWN THE GAUNTLETA THRIVING LIFE FOR THE 50+ 9:40-10:10 a.m.
With the 50+ demographic spending $2.5 trillion annually and growing at warp speed, the opportunities to serve the needs and the wants of this group during Act Two of their lives are bountyless. This keynote address delivered by a leading media giant will inspire and provoke companies to step-up and deliver.

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HOME SWEET RADICAL HOME 10:15-11:30 a.m.
The home of the now is personal, adaptable and connected with technology smack dab in the center of it all. Our basic requirements are for accessibility, safety, security and ease. Learn how some of the leading technologies are breaking new ground combining good looks with remarkable function and remarkable usability.

HOW TECHNOLOGY IS INCREASING CAREGIVINGS COOL FACTOR 2:15-3 p.m.


Whether for professional or family caregivers, technological innovations are being mass produced. But not all deliver the same level of quality or provide signicant benet to the caregiver or their loved one. Which revolutionary breakthroughs will change caregiving forever and how can future innovations learn from the best?

LESSONS FROM THE FORTUNE 50+ FRONTLINES 11:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m.


It is no mystery that the opportunities within the fastest growing market segment are innite and major companies are not sitting by idly. What can we learn from the telecom giants, automobile innovators, retail trailblazers and manufacturing titans seizing the opportunity to capture this edgling market on the cusp of this tidal wave?

DESIGN USEFUL THINGS WE LOVE! 3:05-3:50 p.m.


Designing for this population has never been more important, yet more of a challenge. Truly mastering this market will be a crucial key in creating amazing products that engage consumers. This burgeoning population has demanded loud and clear their desire for products that are simple to use and easy to fall in love with.

LUNCHEON AND KEYNOTE: HEALTHCARE FOR THE 50+ IN THE DIGITAL AGE 12:15-12:55 p.m.
Healthcare as we know it makes its greatest transformation with the Affordable Care Act. Hear from a leading healthcare innovator breaking new ground to care for the population that needs it most. Discover how technology will help the ACA succeed and what innovation opportunities are on the horizon.

SANDWICH TECH 3:55-4:30 p.m.


As the number of adults sandwiched between two generations skyrockets, the increased demand for new products and services is ever present. How can these new technologies bridge the communication, organization and socialization gaps these sandwichers need so desperately?

CRACKING THE DISTRIBUTION CODE 4:30-5 p.m.


There is no question the biggest hurdle facing companies producing products for the 50+ market center around messaging, consumer education and channel distribution. Discover the insights that will give your company a leg up in cracking the code and propel your company to new heights.

THE 50+ IT LIST 1-1:35 p.m.


Theyve been called a nicky market that doesnt know yet what they want...well, we believe they know exactly what they like and exactly what they need. So lets get the real story. Join the showdown: Silvers tech innovators pitch their products to a curated board of our 50+ Tech Judges.

SPECIAL LUMINARY SESSION: TRANSFORMING RETIREMENT A DIGITAL PIONEER REINVENTS AN INDUSTRY 1:40-2:10 p.m.
When Dr. Warren, founder and CEO of eHarmony, decided to launch a new career in place of retirement, little did he know he would revolutionize the way we fall in love. And with over hundreds of thousands of 50+ subscribers, this 79-year-old digital pioneers ability to capture this audience is astounding. Join us for this riveting one-on-one.

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Tuesday, January 7 / LVCC, North Hall, Room N260 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6. Smartphones and tablets represent the future of content, commerce, education and communication. They are the undisputed next generation of computing and gaming. From app stores to social media, these platforms are forever changing the lifestyle landscape of the global consumer. These sessions address the newest technologies and explore how smartphones and tablets are revolutionizing the consumption and monetization of content. TABLET: THE PREMIUM ADVERTISING PLATFORM 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The tablet gives advertisers a premium mobile partner, with extensive reach to an interactivity with consumers. Tablets reach up into the TV platform and down into the smartphone. Tablet advertising has made smartphone advertising more valuable. In so many ways, theyre changing mobile advertising forever. Moderator: Jonathan Weitz Partner, IBB Consulting Panelists: David Berkowitz CMO, MRY Fred Bucher Group VP, Marketing, Time Warner Cable Media Grace Dolan Head of Mobile Solutions, North America, Google Shawn Fenton Invention Strategist, Innovations, Designkitchen, a WPP Group Andrew Solmssen West Coast Managing Director, POSSIBLE, a WPP Agency

THE HOLLYWOOD AND MEDIA CHALLENGE: NEW PLATFORMS, TV AND CONVERGENCE OPPORTUNITIES Noon-1 p.m.
With the consumer embrace of all-media/all-the-time, companies can condently identify and dene cross-platform production, distribution and monetization strategies. The future lies in the always-connected cross-platform monetization strategy and in this session we welcome expertise from the TV, advertising, technology and media industries. Moderator: Jerry Belson US Media and Entertainment Sector Leader, Deloitte LLP Panelists: Jane Clarke Managing Director, Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement (CIMM) Ariel Elazar SVP, Digital, Dick Clark Productions Brad Kania Head of Content Distribution, Samsung Electronics/Media Solutions Center America Laura Martin Managing Director/Entertainment and Internet Analyst, Needham and Company, LLC. Daniel Tibbets SVP, Digital Media, Bunim/Murray Productions Mark Young VP, Strategy and Business Development, NBCUniversal/Fandango

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BROADCASTING WITHOUT BORDERS 1:30-2:30 p.m.
We dont have TV shows. We have video content and we have video platformsTV, PC, smartphones and tabletsfor consuming all the content. Broadcasting truly has no boundaries and the relationship of brands and advertisers to the new video reality is in a transformational state as well. The new world is being invented every day. Moderator: Steve Bradbury COO, Zazoom Panelists: Cameron Friedlander VP, Global Innovations, Designkitchen, a WPP Group David Karp EVP, Business Development, SnagFilms, Inc. Erik I. Moreno SVP, Corporate Development, Fox Networks Group, Co-General Manager, Mobile Content Venture, Dyle Mobile TV

CROSS-PLATFORM SUCCESS: BRANDS, BANDS AND ENTERTAINERS COLLABORATE 3-4 p.m.


You see it on TV all day. Its all over the Internet. Brands, entertainment content, celebrity talent, new media startups and big marketers are teaming up in new ways for crossplatform success. Hear from top executives on leveraging pop culture and content to connect with consumers. Moderator: Steven Masur Partner, MasurLaw Panelists: Kevin Chernett EVP, Strategic Alliances, Live Nation Network Gina Collins AVP, Entertainment Marketing, Coca-Cola North America Carol Goll Head of Global Branded Entertainment, International Creative Management Jared Hoffman President, Branded Entertainment, Generate/Alloy Digital Doug McVehil SVP, Content and Programming, VEVO Matt Ringel Managing Partner, New Era Media and Marketing, Red Light Management

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Tuesday, January 7 / LVCC, North Hall, Room N262


StoryTech, working closely with the Consumer Electronics Association, tracked the ve most relevant tech trends for 2014. By pairing this information with audience and consumer trends, we created a not-to-be-missed half-day conference track focused on the fundamental ve trends driving the tech/content future. The StoryTech Impact! Conference is just one half of the Impact! CES experience. The StoryTech Impact! Tours are designed specically for your company and your clients and led by StoryTech experts from the worlds of media, entertainment, brand, social and technology. Register for the StoryTech Impact! bundle and save. Visit us at story-tech.com and follow us @storytech

WELCOME & KEYNOTE INTRO 9-9:10 a.m.


Presenters: Amber J. Lawson Managing Partner, StoryTech Lori Schwartz Managing Partner, StoryTech

CHANGING CHANNELS: CONTENT DISRUPTION, BUNDLING AND THE PLUSSING OF SERVICES 9:40-10:10 a.m.
Patterns of content consumption may vary from generation to generation, but Millennials are increasingly redening the content ecosystem, cutting cords, buying into OTT boxes such as Roku, Apple TV and devices such as Chromecast. Where will this trend leave us? Moderator: Tim Hanlon CEO, Vertere Group Panelists: William Barrish VP, MakerMADE at Maker Studios Inc. William Bradford SVP, Digital Media, FOX TV Channing Dawson Sr. Advisor, Scripps Network Interactive Jim Funk SVP, Product Management, Roku Wendel Wenjen Director, Advertising and Interactive TV Platforms, LG Electronics

KEYNOTE: HOW TO GET TO HEAVEN THE FUTURE OF CLOUDBASED ENTERTAINMENT 9:10-9:30 a.m.
From pre-production to post and distribution, the Cloud is changing the content value chain maximizing efciency and enabling anytime, anywhere distribution of assets and programmingall leading to better delivery and a better user experience. Keynote: Jason Mendenhall SVP, Cloud, Switch SUPERNAP

ISLANDS IN THE STREAM 10:20-10:40 a.m.


No one is an island. The ow of data and content is now part of everybodys lives, impacting relationships, consumption and purchase behaviors and ultimately our culture. This presentation will give us a portrait of a future where data and content dene and augment our very existence. Presenter: Ari Popper President, A2O

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THE ROAR OF THE CROWD 10:55-11:15 a.m.
From Kickstarter to deviantArt, crowdsourcing and co-creation are now an integral part of how content is funded, created and curated. Well have an intimate conversation with a leader in the maker movement and talk about how the personalization of nancing and content is changing the Hollywood shufe. Moderator: Brian Seth Hurst Managing Partner, StoryTech Panelist: Ron Martino Executive Producer, deviantART

WHOSE BRAND IS IT ANYWAY? 11:25-11:55 a.m.


Constant disruptionhow does a brand move through todays ever-changing digital landscape, manage risk and still maintain its value proposition and equity in a highly social marketplace? A combination of risk takers and conservatives give their perspective on what the right moves are and why. Moderator: Jon Haber Co-Founder, Giant Spoon Panelists: Christine Amirian VP, Corporate Marketing, Samsung Kjerstin Beatty SVP, Marketing, NBC Paul Marcum Director, Global Digital Marketing & Programming, GE John Roberts SVP, Digital Media and Commercial Affairs, Endemol Jeremy Wacksman SVP, Marketing, Zillow

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9. Whats new, whats next and what you never saw coming. Welcome to Technology Trends, the must-attend sessions with the latest on 3D printing, digital health and wellness, connected homes, augmented reality, television and much more. As some of our most popular sessions, these sell out quickly. Register today to ensure youre not left behind. HEADPHONES, SOUNDBARS AND THE REBIRTH OF HIGH FIDELITY 2-3 p.m./Room N261 QUANTIFYING THE QUANTIFIED SELF 2-3 p.m./Room N259

Style, simplicity and shrewd marketing are fueling a renaissance in audio, including headphones that put cheap earbuds to shame and soundbars that add oomph to TV sound. Product designers, marketing experts and proponents of The Recording Academys Quality Sound Matters campaign isolate success factors that can be used to revitalize other audio categories. Moderator: Scott Wilkinson Online Editor, HomeTheater.com Panelists: Maureen Droney Sr. Executive Director, National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Andrew Jones Director Speaker Engineering, Pioneer Lan Kennedy-Davis CEO, SOUL Electronics Andrew Sivori VP, Sound Division, Sony Electronics Inc.

Staying t in the digital age means more than regular exercise and an annual physical. The proliferation of health and tness devices has spawned the quantied self movement, which has created the need to aggregate, share and ultimately understand personal health data. Experts discuss new markets and opportunities in digital health data. Moderator: John Nosta Author and Founder, NOSTALAB Panelist: Daniel Kraft Faculty Chair-Medicine and Founder, Singularity University and Bioniq Health Robert Scoble Startup Liaison Ofcer, Rackspace

IMPACT OF THE 3D PRINTING REVOLUTION 3:30-4:30 p.m./Room N261

3D printing is one the decades biggest technology disruptors. Worldwide sales of products and services are poised to reach $3.7 billion by 2015 in a eld that is moving in many directions. Experts discuss new business opportunities driven by a technology that accelerates product design, simplies customization and maximizes personalization. Moderator: Sean Captain Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily Panelists: Joel Emans Associate, Hughes Media Law Group Conor MacCormack Co-Founder and CEO, Mcor Technologies Chris Milnes Founder, The Helper for Square Bre Pettis CEO, MakerBot

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N261 Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8 and Thursday, January 9. Ten billion. Thats how many mobile phones, just phones, will be in use by 2016. Add tablets, e-readers, Ultrabooks and a lot more zeroes. Wireless rules. It dominates our personal and enterprise lives. It captures, entertains, works, plays and communicates. The war is on for share of wallet (and mobile wallet) in this highly competitive space. Keep up with the speed of innovation and nd out what you need to lead in our ever-expanding wireless world. WI-FI TO NFC: WHATS NEXT FOR WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY 11 a.m.-Noon
The invisible tentacles of wireless technology continue to spread in every direction as we inch toward a wireless utopia. Experts reveal whats happening with Hotspot 2.0 and its promise of cellular-like Wi-Fi roaming, wireless (inductive) charging and short-range Near-Field Communications (NFC) technology. Moderator: Dan Meyer Editor-in-Chief, RCR Wireless Panelists: Arun Bhikshesvaran CMO, Ericsson Edgar Figueroa CEO, Wi-Fi Alliance Nick Hulse President, Boingo Wireless Scott Pomerantz SVP and GM, Wireless Connectivity Combo, Broadcom

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Thursday, January 9. As the auto industry evolves, technology is key to future growth. Consumers continue to return to showrooms in large number, demanding increased fuel efciency and connected, high-tech options in their autos. Join us as industry and technology authorities forecast what will drive the worlds auto markets forward. Explore connected car technologyits opportunities and challengesand how collaboration between automakers and tech innovators is key in driving choice, safety and both industries forward. JUST AROUND THE BEND: HOW TECHNOLOGY WILL CHANGE DRIVING 9:30-10:30 a.m.
The dashboard revolution is heating up and the road to self-driving cars is lined with technology unimagined 10 years ago. From safe-driving sensors to voice-and gesture-controlled infotainment systems to head-up displays with augmented-reality overlays, a plethora of new innovations are coming. Car tech gurus reveal which technologies are redening drivings future. Moderator: Jonathan Rettinger President and Editorial Director, TechBuffalo Panelists: Henry Bzeih Chief Technology Strategist, Kia Motors Mark Dipko Director, Brand and Product Strategy, Hyundai Elmar Frickenstein EVP Electrics/Electronics and Driving Experience Environment, BMW Thomas Gebhardt President and COO, Panasonic Automotive Systems of America Timothy Yerdon Global Director, Innovation - Design, Visteon

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Thursday, January 9. Technology changes business then business changes technology. Now you can learn how to prot from both sides of the equation. Industry experts offer coaching on adding or improving retail shelf space, increasing workersefciency with apps and proting from social media. And for the startups or rapidly growing businesses, discovering where and how to nd the funds you need to succeed. Reserve your space today before your competition does. PROFITING FROM SOCIAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 11 a.m.-Noon

The digital world and social media are redening product development by opening the process to the little guy. Companies can tap into online communities for feedback throughout the process. Learn how social product development works from the innovators behind this new model and entrepreneurs whove proted from it. Presenter: Mick Ebeling Founder, Not Impossible Foundation

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N260 Soaps, sea monsters, lyric opera, housewives or vampires. Cooking, pawning, designing, surviving, ipping, opining or shopping. Pick any topic, activity or genre and cable has it covered. Brimming with original and classic content, cable is expanding into fresh spaces like social media, gaming and streaming. The Cable Conference takes you inside this unstoppable world of connected entertainment and the exciting technologies that are fueling it. OVER THE TOP VIDEO: CONNECTING THE FUTURE 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Over-the-top-TV is removing barriers to the viewing experience. Consumers can now demand from TV the personal and enhanced video services they get from a computer. With all video, all the time, broadcasting and cable are changed forever. Moderator: James M. Burger Partner, Thompson Coburn LLP Panelists: Kris Alexander Chief Strategist, Akamai Nick Colsey VP, Television Division, Sony Corporation Don Dulchinos Exec. Director, Entertainment Identier Registry Tara Maitra SVP and GM, Content and Media Sales, Tivo Ty Roberts Founder and CTO, Gracenote Chris Wagner EVP and Co-Founder, NeuLion

THE NEXGEN ENTERTAINMENT HOME EXPERIENCE Noon-1 p.m.


The next generation of home entertainment hardware, software and services is more complex than ever. HDTV, Internet, games, music, movies, innovative two-way communication and telephony are vying for consumers loyalty. Competitive companies that offer consumers more and richer content across various platforms hold the perfect formula for success. Moderator: Rick Doherty Co-Founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group Panelists: Bob Shallow SVP, Product Sales and Marketing, Rovi Corporation Hugo Swart Director, Product Management, Qualcomm Sam Vasisht CMO, Veveo Winston Chen VP, Smart Home Business Unit, Marvell Semiconductor

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HYBRID TV: DELIVERING THE ULTIMATE TV EXPERIENCE 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Hybrid TV presents to the consumer a new reorganized option in video viewing. It represents TV on all platforms TV, Mobile and PCpackaged in options from free to high-end premium subscription. In the future the consumer will no longer be forced into one video viewing option. Video content will be delivered at multiple price points on multiple platforms. Moderator: David Leibowitz Managing Partner, CH Potomac Panelists: Michael Hawkey GM, Sling Media Xavier Kochhar President and CEO, Structured Data Intelligence (SDI) Jim Monroe Co-Founder and SVP, Programming, Net2TV Vishnu Rao Director, Product Technology Development Sharp Electronics Geir Skaaden SVP, Products and Platforms, DTS

VIDEO EVERYWHERE ENABLING THE NEXT GENERATION OF OVER-THE-TOP TV 3-4 p.m.


Consumers are accessing video on TV and DVD, over broadband, in downloaded clips and more. Call it Everywhere Video or Over-the-Top Video. Whatever the name, it means content is accessible virtually everywhere. See how the proliferation of new TV technologies and cable interactivity are pushing video to an even wider audience. Moderator: Jonathan Hurd Director, Altman Vilandrie & Company Panelists: Michael Alexander Strategy and Growth Initiatives, IBM Global Telecommunications Industry Josette Bonte Chief Strategy Ofcer, CTM: Institute for Communication Technology Management, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California Campbell Foster Director, Product Marketing, Video Solutions, Adobe Mark Jeffery Sr. Director, Cable Video and Multi-Screen Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent Uday Navile VP, Communication and Media Solutions, NTT DATA, Inc.

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Tuesday, January 7/LVCC, North Hall, Room N254 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9.
America didnt become the worlds technology leader by coincidence. It happened because our government, in partnership with the business community, created the worlds most innovation-friendly legal and regulatory environment. That partnership is being tested like never before. Innovators face a broken immigration system, wireless spectrum scarcity and rampant patent litigation. Meanwhile, issues like privacy and autonomous vehicles challenge regulators and lawmakers. Hear top Washington policymakers, entrepreneurs and tech leaders discuss how we can maintain our innovation leadership.

BATTLING FOR THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST: IMMIGRATION REFORM AND THE INNOVATIVE ECONOMY 9:30-10:30 a.m.
As the policy battle for immigration reform rages, our global competitors are reaping the benets. Foreign-born STEM graduates and innovative entrepreneurs want to work and build businesses in the U.S. Our outdated system limits innovation and costs American jobs. Learn how the technology community came together to push for immigration reform and hear about immigrant entrepreneurs experience working through the intricate system. Panelists: Ximena Hartsock Founder, Phone2Action Ali Noorani Exec. Director, National Immigration Forum Joel Kaplan VP, US Public Policy, Facebook, Inc

PATENT LITIGATION REFORM: WHO ARE YOU CALLING A TROLL? 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

Many claim that rampant patent litigation is hampering innovation. Others reply that patents incentivize creation, and patent owners have the right to monetize their inventions. How can we shut down those who abuse the patent system without harming the rights of legitimate companies to enforce their intellectual property? Panelists: Lee Cheng General Counsel and Secretary, Newegg, Inc. Todd Moor Founder and CEO, TMSOFT LLC Julie Samuels Staff Attorney, Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents, EFF Erich Spangenberg CEO and Co-Chairman, IPNav

THE INTERNET OF THINGS AND THE HOME OF THE FUTURE 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Consumers are increasingly adopting security cameras, lights, heating control systems, locks, and home appliances that can be controlled remotely. These new applications of Internet connectivity offer control and convenience and help lower energy costs. But what are the policy implications of connected homes? How can manufacturers and policymakers educate consumers to take steps to benet from and protect their increasingly connected homes? Moderator: Larry Downes Consultant and Author Presenter: The Honorable Maureen Ohlhausen Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission

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SPECTRUM SPECTACULAR: SLICING THE NATIONS AIRWAVES 1-2 p.m. THE FCCS REGULATORY AGENDA FOR 2014 3:45-4:45 p.m.

The U.S. represents the worlds most dynamic spectrum market. While our products and services are the spectrums most innovative and dynamic users, spectrum resources are in short supply. Join experts discussing key issues from the FCCs upcoming voluntary broadcast incentive auctions to federal spectrum sharing to unlicensed versus licensed spectrum. Moderator: Bryan Tramont Managing Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer Panelists: Gary Epstein Chair of Incentive Auction Task Force, Federal Communications Commission Preston Padden Executive Director, Expanding Opportunities for Broadcasters Coalition Austin Schlick Director, Communications Law, Google

Hear what the FCC commissioners have to say about important regulatory and policy issues, including spectrum allocation, accessibility, regulatory reform and other hot topics dominating the conversation in 2014.

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N262 Discover the very latest advancements in cloud-based solutions that are revolutionizing the consumer electronics (CE) sector. Special attention is given to the impact on consumers, telecom industries, the media, and CE manufacturers of accessing and interacting withcloud-based services using connected devices. MILLENNIALS, ONLINE TV AND GAMING: NOW AND TOMORROW 1-1:45 p.m.
What are the implications of the digital revolution in the way Millennials discover, access, and consume video and gaming content online? Hear it rst-hand from young voices representing leading companies in the digital, social, and tech arenas. Moderator: Tanya Curry-McMichael VP, Strategy and Marketing, Verizon Digital Media Services

WHOS CONNECTING WHAT TO THE CLOUD? 1:45-2 p.m.


How should cloud computing be dened in this context? What are the key economic considerations as well as prospects for sustainability of the cloud-enabled delivery phenomenon? Presenter: Bhavik Vyas Media and Entertainment Partner, Eco-System Manager, Amazon Web Services

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WHERE ARE THERE PROBLEMS CONNECTING TO THE CLOUD? 2-2:15 p.m.
What are the bottlenecks standing in the way of faster and wider adoption of cloud-based services among connecteddevice end-users? Which participants in the distribution chain need to change? Presenter: Sam Rosen Practice Director, TV and Video, Consumer Electronics, ABI Research

THE IMPACT ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRIES OF CLOUD COMPUTING 2:45-3 p.m.


What does cloud computing mean to broadband network operators and mobile carriers in terms of managing their intellectual property (IP), allocating network resources and developing and provisioning new services? Moderator: Marty Lafferty CEO, DCIA Panelists: Larry Freedman Partner, Edwards Wildman Palmer Jay Gleason Cloud Solutions Manager, Sprint Andy Gottlieb VP, Product Management, Aryaka David Hassoun Owner and Partner, RealEyes Media Grant Kirkwood Co-Founder, Unitas Global Jay Migliaccio Director, Cloud Platforms & Services, Aspera

CONSUMER BENEFITS: UBIQUITY, COST, PORTABILITY IMPROVEMENTS 2:15-2:30 p.m.


How can cloud-based solutions applied to popular entertainment bring advantages to users over older methods of online distribution? What is the role of social networking in this arena? Presenter: Robert Stevenson Chief Business Ofcer and VP of Strategy, Gaikai

CONSUMER DRAWBACKS: PRIVACY, RELIABILITY, SECURITY ISSUES 2:30-2:45 p.m.


What happens when a cloud platform is subjected to an avalanche of trafc such as happens when a celebrity tweets to a large fan based or a President, on national television, calls on viewers to visit a website? How does trafc vary? How is page load time affected? How does the cloud platform scale? What strategies are needed to ensure that the cloud platform can perform within its promised SLA? Panelist: Reza Rassool CTO, Kwaai Oak

TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY BENEFITS: NEW OPPORTUNITIES 3-3:15 p.m.


How can cloud-based solutions applied to popular entertainment bring advantages to broadband network operators over older methods of distribution? Presenter: Douglas Pasko Principal Member of Technical Staff, Verizon Communications

TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY DRAWBACKS: INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGES 3:15-3:30 p.m.


How does the on-demand, always-accessible nature of cloud-based entertainment delivery challenge conventional distribution systems? Presenter: Allan McClennan President and Chief Analyst, PADEM Group

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THE IMPACT ON ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES OF CLOUD COMPUTING 3:30-4:15 p.m.
What do cloud storage and distribution mean to content rights-holders in terms of managing their intellectual property (IP), realizing cost savings, reaching new audiences, analyzing usage and implementing new business models? Moderator: Ross Freedman Associate, DCIA Panelists: Kurt Kyle Media Industry Principal, SAP America Adam Powers VP of Media Technology and Solutions, V2Solutions Mark Sorency Emerging Technologies Executive, IBM Venkat Uppuluri VP, Marketing, Gaian Solutions Mike West CTO, GenosTV

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY DRAWBACKS: COMPLEXITY 5-5:15 p.m.


How do the added administrative and operational challenges of managing cloud-based solutions affect the CE business? Presenter: Tom Joyce SVP and GM, HP Converged Systems, Hewlett Packard

THE IMPACT ON THE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY OF CLOUD COMPUTING 5:15-6 p.m.
What are the implications of devices being ubiquitously connected to the cloud for the organizations that make, market, and maintain products and are involved in provisioning these services? Moderator: Sari Lafferty Business Affairs, DCIA Panelists: Guido Ciburski CEO, Telecontrol Michael Elliott Enterprise Cloud Evangelist, Dell David Frerichs President, Media Turners Russ Hertzberg VP, Technology Solutions, SoftServe Thierry Lehartel VP, Product Management, Rovi Scott Vouri VP, Marketing, Western Digital

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY BENEFITS: COST SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY 4:15-4:30 p.m.


How can cloud-based solutions applied to popular entertainment production, storage and delivery bring advantages to content creators and content distributors? Presenter: Les Ottolenghi Global CIO, LV Sands Corp.

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY DRAWBACKS: DISRUPTION AND SECURITY 4:30-4:45 p.m.


How does the advent of content everywhere challenge current distribution systems? What additional security and reliability issues are raised? Presenter: Saul Berman Partner and VP, IBM Global Business Services

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY BENEFITS: NEW REVENUE STREAMS 4:45-5 p.m.


How can offering access to applications and content in the cloud provide new monetization opportunities to CE manufacturers, sellers and partners? Presenter: Mikey Cohen Architect and Principal Engineer, Netix

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, N259 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9. Disruptive technologies propel all sectors of the CE industry, but also raise salient questions about privacy, security, access, storage and device congurations and features. Their impact is, well, disruptive, and these fascinating sessions look at the most important trends in the cloud, 2nd screen, hardware and much more. Youll gain a variety of perspectives through lively discussion and debate over how disruptive technologies are affecting consumers, innovators and traditional delivery systems. Dont miss it. NEXT-GEN GAME CONSOLES: THE ONLY SET-TOP BOX YOULL EVER NEED? 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Mind-blowing graphics aside, the new generation of game consoles are advanced entertainment hubs that put a wealth of content options at our ngertips. Consider how these super-powerful, smartphone-friendly consoles will change not only gaming, but also the entire entertainment landscape and possibly the way consumers receive their video content in the home. Moderator: Chris Morris Contributing Writer, CNBC.com Panelists: Steve Carlin Sr. Director, Ubisoft Matthew DiPietro VP, Marketing, Twitch Nanea Reeves COO, Machinima Marc Whitten Chief Product Ofcer for Xbox, Microsoft Entertainment and Digital Media

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N250 Additional sessions on Thursday, January 9.
The 5th Annual Digital Health Summit focuses on the latest products and consumers growing demand for high-tech health services, particularly through the lens of the Affordable Care Act. See solutions for diagnosing, monitoring and treating a variety of illnesses. Learn about games that reinforce healthy behaviors, body sensors that let people take more responsibility for their health, affordable gene sequencing, real-time medicine monitoring and more. Youll gain an understanding of the digital health infrastructure and how you can capitalize on this hot market.

WELCOME TO THE 5TH ANNUAL DIGITAL HEALTH SUMMIT 9 a.m.


Presenter: Jill Gilbert, Producer Digital Health Summit

A DYNAMIC DUO: HOW DIGITAL HEALTH AND ACA WILL CATALYZE OPPORTUNITY: INTRO TO A THREE PART SERIES 10-10:05 a.m.
Join us for a three-part series to discover how the ACA and the digital health industry can work together to leverage each other to achieve mutual success. The following three sessions will cover the key parts of the ACA as it applies to this industry and how digital health businesses can capitalize on these new opportunities. Presenter: Paul Slavin COO, Everyday Health

KICKOFF REVEILLE: REACHING BRAND NIRVANA 9:05-9:55 a.m.


Building an iconic brand is no easy feat and has proven to be even more crucial in the digital age. How can digital health companies separate themselves from the pack? This extraordinary kickoff session will not only be a feast for your eyes and ears, but will be a rare opportunity to learn from some of the most inspired, revolutionary and inuential brand innovators in the country as they reveal key insights to building a meaningful and relevant brand within the digital health ecosystem. Moderator: Alexandra von Plato President and Global Creative Ofcer, Digitas Health Panelists: Monica Austin SVP, Business and Brand Development, Shine America Nadeem Kassam Founder, Basis and BioBeats

PART 1: THE EMPOWERED CONSUMER 10:05-10:50 a.m.


Pre-ACA: no access to our own medical records, optionless insurance and unaffordable coverage. Post-ACA: retail healthcare, new exchanges and access to our own private medical records. Explore how digital health is delivering practical solutions to the ACA challenges and giving the consumer the power of knowledge and choice. Moderator: Paul Slavin COO, Everyday Health Panelists: Bettina Experton CEO, Humetrix Lisa Maki CEO, Pokidok Tom Paul Chief Consumer Ofcer, UHG

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PART 2: PREVENTION AS POLICY 10:55-11:45 a.m.
One of the most signicant elements of the ACA is an increased focus on preventive care. How can digital health: 1) help employers score incentives by creating healthier workplaces, 2) create lower-cost diagnostic tools for mandatory free prevention screenings and 3) continue to support ACOs in their quest to remain accountable? Moderator: Chris Wasden Managing Director, PwC Panelists: Samir Damani CEO, MD Revolutions Richard Migliori EVP and Chief Medical Ofcer, UnitedHealth Group Marco Peluso CEO, Qardio

LUNCHEON AND SPECIAL SESSION: BEYOND WEARABLEITS INVISIBLE 1:05-2:05 p.m.


The wearable market is projected to be a $12 billion sector by 2018. Its no wonder innovators are creating sensors that go above and beyond current technologies to conform to our bodies and everyday lives. Discover how sensors expand healthcares reachfrom the healthcare and tness industry to cosmetics; this is groundbreaking stuff. Panelists: Guive Balooch Global Director, Connected Cosmetics, LOreal David Icke CEO, MC10 John Mastrototaro CTO, MedTronic Dan Salazar SVP, Translational Medicine and Think Team, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization

PART 3: WHAT DOES MEANINGFUL USE MEAN FOR CONSUMERS? 11:50 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
Meaningful use may sound like a foreign language to most, but to providers it is all they reluctantly dream about. And if meaningful use is in place ultimately to help the patient, it is essential we understand its true signicance. Hear from one of the fastest-growing EMR providers as the company breaks down what will be a mystery no more. Keynote: Ed Park EVP, COO, athenahealth

POINT-OF-CARE EVERYWHERE 2:10-3 p.m.


Designing for the on-the-go individual is no easy feat. From tele-health systems to seamless experiences between devices, focusing on meeting patients and consumers exactly where they are is becoming critical for success. Join us as we dive deep into the devices and software solutions powering diagnostics, disease management and ongoing monitoring. Panelists: Walter de Brower Founder and CEO, Scanadu Laura Mitchell VP, Business Development, Grandcare Nersi Nazari Chairman and CEO, Vital Connect Yasmine Winkler Chief Marketing Product and Innovation Ofcer, Employer and Individual, UnitedHealthcare

THE BIONIC MAN 12:15-1:05 p.m.


Lee Majors, eat your heart out. In this superhuman session, well take a complete look at the profound innovations surrounding the multi-billion dollar prosthetics industry coupled with the massive sensor space and learn from those leading the way in preparing for a bionic future. Panelists: Ariel Garten CEO, Ineraxon Levi Hargrove Researcher, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Karen Lightman Executive Director, MEMS Industry Grop Deepak Prakash Global Director of Marketing, Vancive Medical Technologies

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STICKINESS AND RESULTS: THE MILLION-DOLLAR QUEST 3:05-3:55 p.m.
How can great design make us healthier? From killer software applications to beautiful user experiences, designing the perfect product to engage clinicians and patients is a monumental hurdle. Voyage into the unknown as we confront the challenges that inhibit product stickinessand enable you to create seamless and captivating health experiences. Panelists: Catherine Calarco CMO and SVP, Sales, Hearthmath Lorrain Chapman Director, User Experience Research, Macadamian Abbe Don VP, User Experience, Epocrates Tom Dusenberry CEO, Dusenberry Entertainment, Inc. Vaishali Kamat Associate Director of Med Tech, Cambridge Consultants

LOUDMOUTH PATIENTS: MAKING NOISE AND MAKING CHANGE 4:35-5 p.m.


The empowered patient is not a new concept. However, with the growth and accessibility of digital health, they have brand new powers. Join a leading journalist, a social analyst and two of the loudest mouth patients we know for an explosive conversation as they make huge strides in advocating for all of us. Moderator: Neil Versel Journalist, MobihealthNews Panelists: Hugo Campos e-patient, ICD User Group Donna Cryer e-patient, Cryer health Greg Matthews Social Analyst, WCG

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N258 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Tuesday, January 7. Content anytime, anywhere on screens of any size. New platforms, surprising target audiences and refreshing approaches to reaching them. Innovative collaborations, unexpected opportunities and lucrative revenue streams. All this and much more is served up at the ever-popular Digital Hollywood sessions, led by some of the most inuential players in the entertainment space. Get a front-row seat for the event thatll have everyone talking. VENTURE FUNDING, INVESTMENT AND MERGERS: LEADERSHIP IN THE ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY SPACE 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Join a group of inuential players in the media, entertainment and tech nance worlds for an enlightening look at emerging growth areas in our industry. They reveal where the value and opportunities are, whos investing and whether were headed for a bubble or sustained hypergrowth in the convergence space. Moderator: Joey Tamer President, S.O.S. Inc. Panelists: Norm Fogelsong General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) Peg Jackson Managing Director, Mooreland Partners Scott Levine Managing Director, Time Warner Investments Hany Nada Partner, GGV Capital Alex Niehenke Principal, Scale Venture Partners Kevin Spain General Partner, Emergence Capital Partners

THE FUTURE OF ENHANCED ADVERTISING Noon-1 p.m.


As consumers integrate broadband into every aspect of their lives, Hollywood and Madison Avenue have exciting new opportunities to experiment with all forms of electronic messaging. Find out how this quantitative shift in the creative process is transforming advertising, entertainment and the devices themselves. Moderator: Bettina Sherick SVP, Digital Strategic Marketing, 20th Century Fox International Panelists: Tom Flanagan EVP, Entertainment, Leo Burnett Joan Gillman COO and EVP, Media Services, Time Warner Cable Group Sean Lyons Global Chief Digital Ofcer, Havas Worldwide Stewart Pearson Vice Chairman Chief Client Ofcer, Wunderman Rich Sutton Chief Revenue Ofcer, North America, Daily Mail Online Mike Wiese Director, Branded Entertainment, JWT

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CONTENT FOR THE NEW PLATFORMS: CUSTOM PROGRAMMING AND BRANDED ADVERTISING 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Groundbreaking content is being produced across platforms and new media producers are revolutionizing their relationships with brands. Advertisers, agencies and producers are inventing an all-new universe of programming for social media, communication services and video for the web. Every month this new communications revolution presents new challenges and amazing breakthroughs. Moderator: Tania Yuki Founder and CEO, Shareablee Panelists: Amaury Blondet Digital Manager, Discovery Communications (Latin America, Brazil and the U.S. Hispanic) Evan Bregman Director, Digital Media, Electus Kelly Dempski Managing Director, Accenture Technology Labs- Silicon Valley Lisa Hsia EVP, Digital Media, Bravo, NBCUniversal Michael Kernan CEO, NuMedia Studios and Management

REINVENTING THE COMMERCE MEDIA MODEL 3-4 p.m.


Breaking through the competitive cacophony vying for consumers attention is more daunting than ever. Find out how the industrys TV, music, wireless, lm and broadband marketing/creative teams are reinventing the world of entertainment, branding and marketing, with impressive results. Moderator: Jeffrey Binder General Partner, Genovation Capital Panelists: David Chinnici Director, JWT/Mindshare Atlanta Ken Hertz Principal, memBrain Amit Khanduja EVP, Reliance BIG Entertainment and Head of Digital, Reliance Games Wendell Wenjen Director, Advertising and Interactive TV Platforms, LG Electronics Mara Winokur SVP, Digital, Starz!

GAIN ACCESS TO THE LEADING THINKERS FROM TOP UNIVERSITIES, THE MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT, TRADE AND RESEARCH GROUPS, GOVERNMENTS AND THOSE WHO DEFY CATEGORIZATION.

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3D printing has been hailed as a game-changer. This keynote address explains exactly how and why this might be the case. Moderator: Duncan Wood COO, Rapid News Communication Group Keynote: Avi Reichental CEO, 3D Systems, Inc.

THE SUPER USERS: HOW THE EXPERTS PLAY 9:30-11 a.m.


From aerospace to the lm industry and the medical world to electronics, 3D printing has been a key technology in these industries for 20 years. This session explores some of the best and most exciting applications to date and signposts future possibilities. Keynote: Todd Grimm President, T.A. Grimm & Associates, Inc.

3D PRINTING ACCESS FOR ALL 11 a.m.-Noon


How are consumers accessing 3D printing? This session will explore the business models that enable consumers to access both in the home and from the home.

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N256


Kids@Play, the best place on earth to get smart quickly on how technology shapes the way todays kids learn and play. To kids, digital is the new normal. But to publishers, designers and developers, retailers and distributors its a world fraught with disruption. Plus, todays moms are high tech women who wear multiple hats in their role as CHO (Chief Home Ofcer). Empowering moms with technology that helps them juggle priorities, stay connected with their own families and other moms is the central theme of MommyTech.

SUMMIT OPENING AND GREETINGS 8:30-8:45 a.m.


Presenters: Warren Buckleitner Editor-in-Chief, Childrens Technology Review Robin Raskin President and Chief Kid, Living in Digital Times

THE DIGITAL INVENTORS WORKSHOP 9-9:45 a.m.


Mary Couzins, the creator of the Chicago Toy and Game Fair, knows that being an inventor has its challenges. With the help of some of the most inuential inventors in the business, shell be leading the Inventors Workshop, helping us wind our way through the complexities of everything from nancing to packaging, store presence to patents. Moderator: Mary Couzin CEO and Founder, Chicago Toy and Game Group Panelists: Carla Fisher President, No Crusts Interactive Keith Maddison AR Architect, Business Development, BoostAR Anna can Slee Account Director, Manifest Digital

THE YEAR OF LIVING PLAYFULLY 8:45-8:55 a.m.


Take a few minutes to meet each other and get comfortable in your kiddie shoes. Well give you the pop quiz and stats on current lingo, culture and trends. Well even put some of the hottest sellers of the holidays to the test. Disney Innity, Activision Skylanders, WowWees latest, Kurios newest, and some not-to-be-missed dueling demos. Moderator: Warren Buckleitner Editor in Chief, Childrens Technology Review

KEYNOTE: A SURVIVORS GUIDE TO THE KIDS BUSINESS 9:50-10:15 a.m.


As the former CEO of ToysRUs and the current CEO of LeapFrog, John Barbour has seen it all, from awards to recalls, from market disasters to blockbuster hits. Hell share his dos and donts for serving and surviving in the kids industry. Presenter: John Barbour CEO, LeapFrog

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FIVE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2014 10:20-11:05 a.m.
Tom Dusenberry, former CEO of Hasbro, and our favorite investor/mentor, has a keen eye for the future. Hell bring ve new products from across the kids spectrum to the stage. Dusenberrys unique analysis of the kids marketplace will start you thinking about your next move, the maker revolution and entrepreneurial/experiential learning. Panelists will discuss 3D printing, robotics, tweens and teens, app toys and more. Moderators: Tom Dusenberry CEO, Dusenberry Entertainment, Inc. Robin Raskin President and Chief Kid, Living in Digital Times Panelist: Ori Inbar Founder and CEO, AugmentedReality.org

TABLETS, GLASSES, WATCHES, 2ND SCREENS AND OTHER PERSONALIZED MOBILE GADGETS 11:55 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Gadgets are making an impact on the kids industry at CES this year. There are now about fty tablets made just for kids, with smart glasses, smart watches, and other devices on the way. Combine these hardware devices with multi-touch, collaborative hangouts, augmented reality and youve got a new, more portable, normal. See it rst at CES. Panelists: Eric Levin Division Head, Techno Source Dan Yang CEO, Rullingnet Reyne Rice Trend Specialist Toys & Games, ToyTrends

THE MAKER MENTALITY 11:10-11:50 a.m.


We call kids constructivist constructors. They learn best by tinkering, creating and exploring. Makers embrace some of the most exciting products of the season: robotics, action toys, construction sets, and creative tool kits. The opportunities to blend traditional kids play with the maker mentality are astounding. Moderator: Stuary Gannes Founder and CEO, GoCast.it Panelists: Ayah Bdeir CEO, littleBits Michael Colombo Online Editor, MakerMedia Chris Heatherly Disney Interactive Worlds VP and GM, Disney Digital Paul Hoover Design Director, Artefact David Merrill President and Co-Founder, Sifteo

FIRESIDE CHAT: THE FUTURE OF KIDS TABLETS 12:20-12:40 p.m.


For American parents with young children living at home, tablet ownership has risen from 26 percent in April 2012 to 50 percent in May 2013, according to Pew Research Centers 2013 Tablet Ownership report. Join executives behind the market-leading Kurio brand as they share how theyve served the needs of this rapidly growing segment in the U.S. and abroad, announce a new partnership that will take kids tablets to the next level, and discuss what the future looks like for kids tablets. Moderator: Jennifer Jolly TechNow Columnist, USA Today Panelists: Pieter van den Bosch Strategic Director, KD Group Steve Linke Associate Director, Business Development, Device Marketing, Consumer Electronics, Verizon Wireless

LUNCH: THIS IS DAVID POGUES BRAIN 12:45-1:10 p.m.


David Pogue is one of the keenest observers of technology today. His observations take many forms: a tech column for the New York Times, Scientic American, the host of NOVA scienceNOW, a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, author, musician and now... the creator of Yahoo!s new hub for consumer technology. Pogues fourth visit to Kids@Play/ MommyTech debuts his latest work. Keynote: David Pogue Technology Columnist, The New York Times

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THE END OF THE ONE HIT WONDER 1:10-1:50 p.m.
Hunting down a best-of-breed app is not a job for the faint hearted. One of the most exciting things weve seen on the app front is new ways to get great content to kids via channels, subscriptions or aggregate models. Take a peek at new ways to get kids on the app-wagon and learn where you can t in. Panelists: Nancy MacIntyre CEO and Founder, Fingerprint Beth Marcus CEO, Playric Carly Shuler Co-Founder, Kindoma Alice Wilder Chief Content Ofcer, Speakaboos

FUTURE MOMS 2:50-3:35 p.m.


Lost keys, dirty laundry, messy and a long to-do list. The mundane world of domestic life will be turned on its head thanks to home automation, the Internet of things and new mobility. Moderator: Andrea Smith Producer and Journalist, Living in Digital Times Panelists: Marcus A Manage Director, Amarylio Beth Blecherman Founder, TechMamas Monica Clark Sr Manager, PR and Brand Experience, Whirlpool Corporation Elizabeth Hamren VP, Marketing, Dropcam Adam Sager CEO and Co-Founder, Canary

MOMTREPRENEURS 101 1:55-2:20 p.m.


Andrea Smith, executive producer at MommyTech TV, introduces us to a group of women who dene todays entrepreneurial spirit. Find out what they know that you should. Moderator: Andrea Smith Producer and Journalist, Living in Digital Times Panelists: Alyssa Martina CEO, memloom Chrissy Watson Owner, Outlaw Mom LLC

UNDERSTANDING YOUR DIGITAL KID 3:40-4:20 p.m.


As digital becomes the lifeblood of our children, we need some way to reconcile the fact that they lack some of the cognitive development skills to handle themselves. We talk to the top companies wrestling with keeping kids safely entertained including Facebook and other social networks. Moderator: Rebecca Levey Co-Founder, KidzVuz.com Panelists: Jacob Andersen Owner, KidsEmail.org Peter Bookman Founder and CEO, Appratus

ITS DOTCOMPLICATED! KEYNOTE BY RANDI ZUCKERBERG 2:25-2:45 p.m.


Whether youve grown up with social media or came to it later, social networking changes everything. And it changes on a daily basis. Randi Zuckerberg, Marks sibling and a respected content developer in her own right, talks to us about the wild ride were all taking on the dotcomplicated highway and why we cant afford to go off road. Keynote: Randi Zuckerberg Founder and CEO, Zuckerberg Media

WEARABLE TECH 4:25-5 p.m.


Get a sneak peek at the highlights from our FashionWare show and hear from the arbiters of fashion-meets-function in wearable, embedded and new technologies. From glitz and glitter to new fabrics and new ways to get the perfect t, the fashionable woman is entering the tech world fast. Panelists: Jennifer Darmour Design Director, Artefact Marta Hall President, Velodyne Chris Herbert CEO, Phone Halo Judy Tomlinson Founder, AvocSoft and CEO, FashionTEQ Jillian White Marketing and Product Management, MC10

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N262 Additional sessions on January 6, January 7 and January 9. Innovation can help improve your bottom line and the world. Learn as experts uncover opportunities for health and wellness providers, retailers with mobile shops and those tapping into the massive Silver market. From women to seniors, the environment to technologys place in society, nd out how innovation has the power to push humanity forward. WHAT KEEPS MARKETERS UP AT NIGHT? 9:30-10:30 a.m.

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Marketers are struggling to keep pace as the move to digital accelerates massive change, yet also brings unprecedented opportunity. This seminar will incorporate key ndings from the Marketing2020 marketing leadership initiative, highlighting the implications of this shift to digital. Then a panel of leading marketing executives and industry experts will discuss how winning marketers are driving business success in this increasingly digital world.

MEMS SEN NSOR FUSIO ON: REV VOLUTI IONIZ ZING G TH HE INTE ERNET OF THIN NGS
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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N261 In this must-attend half-day conference session organized by MEMS Industry Group (MIG), attendees will engage with industry experts on how micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensor fusion will play a critical role in a more intelligent and intuitive Internet of Things (IoT)one that will revolutionize the consumer space forever. The MEMS and sensor technology is here today. Now is the time to harness it for your products and position your company for this exciting future. WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION 1-1:15 p.m. OPENING KEYNOTE: BIG DATA BEGINS WITH LITTLE DATA 1:15-2 p.m.

The race to multi-function CE devices that are smaller, lower power, available for the mass market and connected to the Internet of Things is on. As consumers demand more, end-product manufacturers increasingly rely on MEMS sensors to stay in the game and ahead of the competition.

The IoT will be fueled by little datathe data that comes from the billions of tiny sensors embedded all around us. These sensors are the foundation upon which new services and business models can be built. Their continued evolution will help to determine the long-term success of the IoT. Keynote: Michael Muller CTO, ARM

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A TRILLION MEMS SENSORS IN CE PRODUCTS IN THE FUTURE: AN OPPORTUNITY OR A CURSE? 2-2:25 p.m. WEARABLES AND MEMS SENSOR FUSION 3:25-4:15 p.m.

New products that scale in proportion to the worlds population make multiple billion-unit end-product markets very attainable. With ten or more sensors per product, the concept of a trillion-unit annual MEMS market becomes plausible. Lets explore the ramications of trillion-unit markets on the supply chain and industry. Presenter: Paul Bryan EVP, Product Management and Strategy

The wearable sensor market is growing exponentially, fueled by the widespread availability of smart sensors that can track complex motions for sports, tness, healthcare and gaming. From activity monitors to augmented-reality glasses, wearable sensors make CE products personal. Moderator: Ivo Stivoric CTO and VP New Products, BodyMedia Panelists: Sam Guilaume CEO, Movea Sam Massih Director, Wearable Sensors, InvenSense Tony Massimini CTO, Semico Research Per Slycke CTO and Founder, Xsens

HARDWARE-SOFTWARE CO-DESIGN: THE SECRET TO SENSOR FUSION 2:25-2:50 p.m.

A massive proliferation of sensors is driving the need for sensor-fusion algorithms that process data quickly and accurately. At the same time, managing overall power consumption is critical. This is a non-trivial task requiring in-depth knowledge of sensors and algorithms. Hardware-software co-design optimizes essential resources, keeping CE OEMs competitive. Presenter: Stefan Finkbeiner CEO, Bosch Sensortec

MEMS: UNLOCKING POSSIBLITIES OF WEARABLES AND THE INTERNET OF ME 4:15-5 p.m.


Keynote: Michael Luna CTO, Jawbone

INTELLIGENT SENSORS AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS 3-3:25 p.m.

Sensors are at the forefront of the Internet of Things. As the requirements for more intelligent and integrated sensors increase, the need for data fusion, context awareness, and sensor connectivity becomes prevalent. The sensor hub integrates multiple sensors along with the processing power to fuse, process and make intelligent decisions. Presenter: Babak Taheri VP and GM, Freescale Actuator Solutions Division

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PMA@CES: PHOTOGRAPHY AND DIG GITA AL IM MAGIN NG CONFER REN NCE


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Wednesday, January 8/LVH Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9. Digital imaging comes into sharp focus at The LVH, the destination for all things photo at CES. Two tracks cover retail strategy and technology trends, giving you a crystal clear picture of opportunities in photo and the future of digital imaging. The educational sessions are the perfect complement to the exhibits you will nd at PMA@CES and 2014 International CES.

OFFICIAL BUSINESS KEYNOTE: PHOTO INDUSTRY VISIONARY PANEL 8:30-10 a.m./Shimmer

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TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY: CURRENT TRENDS IN THE PHOTO IMAGING MARKETPLACE 1-2 p.m./Shimmer
Our panel of industry analysts will present the results of recent marketing research that will paint the current landscape of consumer habits and changing behaviors. Always a lively debate, our analysts will share their views on what will be the hottest new products in the coming year. Moderator: Jennifer Kruger Director of Communications, PMA International Panelists: Ben Arnold Director, Industry Analysis, The NPD Group Christopher Chute Manager, IDC Frank Franz Key Account Manager, GfK Retail and Technology GmbH Ed Lee Director, InfoTrends

A panel of top executives representing the imaging industry share their vision of where the industry is headed. They will present their views on both the near and longer term changes that will shape the industry in the years ahead. Moderator: Antonio Neves Founder, THINQACTION, Inc. Panelists: Manny Almeida SVP and GM, Imaging and Electronic Imaging Unites, FUJIFILM North America Corp. Ronald Gazzola Jr. VP, Marketing, Digital Imaging, Samsung Electronics America Mike Kahn Director Alpha Camera Systems, Sony Brigitte Peleman-Vantieghem CEO, Unibind, Inc.

RETAIL STRATEGY: THE POWER OF COLLABORATION


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Collaborative tools and cloud services have become much more common. However, collaboration in photo services plays only a minor role in driving photo-merchandising revenue. This session will provide critical data that reveal that the social aspect of photo merchandising is the key to success.

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9. Whats new, whats next and what you never saw coming. Welcome to Technology Trends, the must-attend sessions with the latest on 3D printing, digital health and wellness, connected homes, augmented reality, television and much more. As some of our most popular sessions, these sell out quickly. Register today to ensure youre not left behind.

EXPLORING THE FUTURE OF THE CONNECTED HOME 9:30-10:30 a.m. / Room N261
The connected home has arrived. Smart appliances and connected systems are turning up in new, exciting contexts. Consumers are just diving into the world of smart ovens, refrigerators, thermostats, and vacuums. For this panel, a connected home luminary and senior members of CNETs appliances team discuss your homes exciting future. Moderator: Matt Rogers Co-Founder and VP, Engineering, Nest Panelists: Rich Brown Exec. Editor, CNET Lindsey Turrentine VP, Editor-in-Chief, CNET Reviews, CNET

AUGMENTED REALITY: THE NEXT BIG THING OR INFORMATION OVERLOAD? 11 a.m.-Noon / Room N259
Augmented reality is the most intriguing and potentially disruptive technology to come along in a lifetime. Which applications will the public embrace? Where are the boundaries of information overlays and on-the-y interactivity? Experts predict where AR is heading, examine the impact of Google Glass and identify emerging business opportunities. Moderator: Seth Fletcher Sr. Editor, Technology Coverage, Scientic American Panelists: Thomas Alt CEO, Metaio David Marimon CEO, Catchoom Brian Mullins Founder and CEO, DAQRI Neil Trevett VP, Mobile Marketing, NVIDIA

USER INTERFACE INNOVATION: WHATS ON THE HORIZON? 2-3 p.m. / Room N259
Gesture control has moved from videogame consoles to PCs and TVs and it is setting its sights on your cars dashboard. Is 2014 the year of gesture? Will kinetics, facial recognition, eye tracking and brain control make the cut or die on the vine? Presenter: Tim Huckaby Founder and Chairman, InterKnowlogy and Actus

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N264 Technology is transforming the entertainment industry at an astonishing clip, creating huge choices in how to produce, monetize, market and distribute content for todays increasingly digitally savvy audiences. Join our conversations to stay ahead of the best strategies across TV, lm, gaming and digital media. Pioneers and innovators of the entertainment industry will share how they are taking risks and snapping up opportunities to succeed in this digital age. INNOVATORS OF HOME ENTERTAINMENT ROUNDTABLE 1:30-2:15 p.m.
Studio presidents and technology leaders will debate how they are maximizing revenues across windows and platforms. Home entertainment has never been more in the spotlight, as audiences demand easier access to content. How are chiefs determining to release their content for business success? Panelist: David Bishop President Worldwide, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

MASTERS OF DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT 2:45-3:30 p.m.


Rising quality of Web productions and improving monetization have forged a whole new entertainment industry. Who is succeeding in creating a business out of transformative programming? Panelists: Tom Lesinki President, Digital Content and Distribution, Legendary Digital Media Jim Lanzone President Worldwide, CBS Interactive Rich Riley CEO, Shazam Brian Robbins CEO and Founder, AwesomenessTV

KEYNOTE CONVERSATION 2:15-2:45 p.m.


Variety interviews a high-prole trendsetter in the entertainment and technology space.

THE STATE OF THE NEW TV BUSINESS: WHAT COMES NEXT? 3:30-4:15 p.m.

With streaming video a strengthening revenue stream, and online networks rivaling traditional channels for viewership, the typical denition of the TV business no longer applies. How are network chiefs, social media partners and online networks tackling the future distribution and the monetization of their content? Panelists: Werner Brell Managing Director, Redbull Media House Rob Hayes EVP, Digital, NBC Entertainment Roy Price Director, Amazon Studios

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VARIETY ASKS: WHAT ARE THE ENTERTAINMENT TRENDS AT THE 2014 CES? 4:15-5 p.m. KEYNOTE CONVERSATION 5-5:30 p.m.

Variety will moderate a session featuring high-prole exhibitors and attending executives to debate what everyone needs to have on their radar for 2014. What is fad versus transformative product and/or strategy? 2nd screen, social media, SVOD, tablets, in-car entertainment, cloud-based entertainmentwhat will make that lasting impact in 2014? Panelists: Gale Anne Hurd Executive Producer, The Walking Dead Intel Labs Genevieve Bell Director of Interaction and Experience Research, Thomas Gewecke Chief Digital Ofce and EVP Strategy and Business Development, Warner Brothers Lincoln Wallen CTO, DreamWorks Animation

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Wednesday, January 8/LVCC, North Hall, Room N261 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Thursday, January 9. Ten billion. Thats how many mobile phones, just phones, will be in use by 2016. Add tablets, e-readers, Ultrabooks and a lot more zeroes. Wireless rules. It dominates our personal and enterprise lives. It captures, entertains, works, plays and communicates. The war is on for share of wallet (and mobile wallet) in this highly competitive space. Keep up with the speed of innovation and nd out what you need to lead in our ever-expanding wireless world. THE DIGITAL WALLET: THE ROAD TO MASS ADOPTION 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Mobile payments have yet to take off but are expected to pop over the next three years, reaching $90 billion in 2017. Experts examine the technological and sociological hurdles hindering the mass adoption of the mobile wallet and present case studies of companies that have successfully implemented cashless smartphone transactions. Moderator: Olga Kharif Sr. Writer, Bloomberg BusinessWeek Panelists: Aunkur Arya GM of Mobile, Braintree Evan Conway VP Monetization and Strategy, Pinsight Media+ Tony Gallippi CEO, BitPay Wayne Thorsen VP, Global Partnerships, Telefnica Digital

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N258 Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8. As the auto industry evolves, technology is key to future growth. Consumers continue to return to showrooms in large number, demanding increased fuel efciency and connected, high-tech options in their autos. Join us as industry and technology authorities forecast what will drive the worlds auto markets forward. Explore connected car technologyits opportunities and challengesand how collaboration between automakers and tech innovators is key in driving choice, safety and both industries forward. CONNECT2CAR: IF YOURE NOT CONNECTING, YOURE INTERRUPTING 9-11 a.m.
Connected vehicles are part of the contemporary driving experience. Technologies and innovations are emerging from both automotive and consumer electronics companies, as well as aftermarket and new, non-endemic players. The challenge remains on how effectively systems, apps, content and context get installed, upgraded and integrated into vehicles and consumer lifestyles. Moderator: John Waraniak VP, Vehicle Technology, Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Panelists: Massimo Baldini President, Livio Connect John Ellis Global Technologist and Head of Ford Developer Program, Ford Motor Company Thilo Koslowski VP, Distinguished Analyst, Founder, Gartner Group Keith Lehmann SVP, Kenwood USA Thomas Malone President, Audiovox Electronics Danny Shapiro Director, Automotive, NVIDIA

COLLABORATE OR DIE 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


Once carmakers demanded their suppliers open the box of in-vehicle infotainment head units, the way IVI software is developed has changed completely. Formerly bitter rivals now must work together on the increasing complex IVI infrastructure while still maintaining their competitive advantage. This session will focus on the alliances and other collaborative efforts facilitating these next generation systems. Moderator: Paul Hansen Founder and Publisher, The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics Panelist: Matt Jones Sr. Technical Specialist, Infotainment and VP, GENIVI Alliance, Jaguar/Land Rover

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Wednesday, January 8. Technology changes business then business changes technology. Now you can learn how to prot from both sides of the equation. Industry experts offer coaching on adding or improving retail shelf space, increasing workersefciency with apps and proting from social media. And for the startups or rapidly growing businesses, discovering where and how to nd the funds you need to succeed. Reserve your space today before your competition does. FINDING THE MONEY 10:30 a.m.-Noon, Room N259 HOW TO ATTRACT VENTURE CAPITAL 12:30-1:30 p.m., Room N261

Indiegogo, Kickstarter and dozens of other crowdfunding sites are having a profound impact on the way products are developed and brought to market. Learn how crowdfunding works, the risks involved and how it compares with traditional funding avenues. Moderator: Debra Borchardt Market Analyst, TheStreet Panelists: Jon Fawcett CEO, Fuse Chicken Karen Kerrigan President and CEO, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Sang Lee Founder, Return on Change Slava Rubin, CEO and Co-Founder, Indiegogo

Innovations the lifeblood of consumer electronics and key to economic success. A panel of venture capitalists and experts discuss how early funding stimulates innovation, revealing what they look for in tech startups and product pitches. This session features case studies highlighting the common traits of startups that go on to conquer the world. Moderator: Leena Rao Sr. Editor, TechCrunch Panelists: Shaherose Charania CEO and Founder, Women 2.0. John Frankel Founding Partner, ff Venture Capital Brian Jacobs General Partner, Emergence Capital Partners Jay Maharjan Published Author, Winning Lessons for Entrepreneurs in the Conceptual Economy

INTERNET OF THINGS: WHERE THE MONEY LIES 2-3 p.m., Room N261

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The Internet of Things (aka M2M) is a nascent sector that cuts a horizontal swath across almost all industries. IoT is growing fast and furious, developing products and services that consumers and businesses want and need. This session will follow the money trail of IoT. Moderator: Limor Schafman President, KeystoneTech Gorup Panelists: Marcus Breitbach VP Global Sales and Marketing, M@M Competence Center, Deutsche Telecom Steve Brumer Partner, 151 Advisors Kevin Meagher VP and GM, Smart Home Business Unite,Lowes Keith Soltwedel Manager, Spectrum Advocacy, Intelligent Solutions, John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group Frederick Yentz President and CEO, ILDS Technology

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N254 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8.
America didnt become the worlds technology leader by coincidence. It happened because our government, in partnership with the business community, created the worlds most innovation-friendly legal and regulatory environment. That partnership is being tested like never before. Innovators face a broken immigration system, wireless spectrum scarcity and rampant patent litigation. Meanwhile, issues like privacy and autonomous vehicles challenge regulators and lawmakers. Hear top Washington policymakers, entrepreneurs and tech leaders discuss how we can maintain our innovation leadership.

CHANGE IS IN THE AIR: NEW POLICIES FOR USING CONSUMER ELECTRONICS ON AIRPLANES 10-11 a.m.

Following an advisory committees report, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has determined that airlines can safely expand the use of portable electronic devices during all phases of ight. How has this decision been implemented and what should passengers expect when they travel this year? Does this new policy create new market opportunities for CE companies? How are various stakeholder groups, including policymakers, responding? Is this a catch-up policy for the United States or a new example for other regions to follow? Fasten your seatbelts and join this session to hear the latest on this popular topic. Panelists: Bill de Groh Chairman, Aircraft Design and Operations Group, Air Line Pilots Association, International Kirk Thornburg Managing Director, Engineering, Quality, Technology and Training, Delta Air Lines

ENERGY EFFICIENCY INITIATIVES FOR ELECTRONICS: WHATS WORKING AND WHATS NOT 1-2 p.m.
A urry of regulatory, legislative and private sector activity on energy efciency is impacting consumer electronics. Voluntary agreements, industry standards, existing government programs, creative incentives, proposals for new regulation and more are part of the mix. Whats really working and what needs to be a priority for government, industry and advocates in 2014?

GREEN STANDARDS: WHO SHOULD RUN THE SHOW? 2:30-3:30 p.m.


Building on success in the institutional purchasing market through systems like EPEAT, non-governmental organizations and government ofcials are now at the table with CE manufacturers to discuss what green actually means. Are green standards a path to environmental innovation or a distraction to placate a few restless stakeholders? Come and join the debate.

E-WASTE: WHEN WILL IT END? 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Old consumer electronics are increasingly being recycled. The e-waste stream is now dominated by cathode ray tube displays, but how long will that continue? Is e-waste policy ready for declining CRT returns? Join us for a discussion of how the e-waste paradigm changes when returned CE gets lighter, less costly to recycle and even valuable. Moderator: Jerry Powell Executive Editor, E-Scrap News Panelists: Jason Linnell Executive Director, National Center for Electronics Recycling

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Monday, January 6 and Tuesday, January 7. The CEA Research Summit takes a data-centric approach, offering insights through a mix of quantitative and qualitative data, to reveal the imminent changes on the horizon and give executives an early view of future trends and inection points. While others focus on the growing segments within the consumer electronics industry, only the CEA Research Summit provides the breadth and depth needed to understand growing technology segments as well as the implications for adjacent industry segments. FOLLOW THE EYESTHE 2ND SCREEN AND THE FUTURE OF TV VIEWING 9-10 a.m.
For millions of consumers, 2nd screen devices have become constant companions for watching TV. But how are consumers using the 2nd screen to augment their TV experience and why does it matter? This session will provide clarity about how future 2nd screen opportunities within the technology and content industries can amplify user experiences, and grow revenues. Moderator: Shelley Zalis CEO, Ipsos Open Thinking Echange Panelists: Ann Farrell SVP, Research, E-Poll Market Research Vivek Khemka Product Management, DISH Steve Koenig Director, Industry Analysis, CEA Rod Perth CEO, NATPE

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CONSUMER ROBOTI ICS: THE NEXT TRI ILLI ION DOLLA AR MARKET
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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N260 The service and consumer robotics segments are exploding with mind-boggling innovation, new products and outrageous business opportunities. Discover how the multi-billion dollar world of robotics that formerly occupied only the industrial and manufacturing segments is shifting and what that means for our high-tech future. Robotics Business Review cuts through the media buzz and Hollywood hype to illuminate three future superstars: home robotics, healthcare robotics and the robotics of transportation. HOW ROBOTS ARE CHANGING THE WAY WE LIVE 9-10 a.m. A ROBOT FOR EVERY HOME: MEET THE PURVEYORS OF THE NEW ROBOTICS 11:15 a.m.-1 p.m.

The world of robotics is rapidly unfolding and redening societys relationship with technology. Todays most disruptive robotic technologies reach consumers in homes, hospitals and even on roadways faster than you think. This overview tracks the trajectory of those game changing systems and how their rise will impact key markets and consumer lifestyles. Presenter: Tom Green Editor-in-Chief, Robotics Business Review

Which robotics product is primed to steal the consumer spotlight next? Meet new-age entrepreneurs pushing the boundaries of the service and consumer robotics revolution. Panelists of hot consumer robotics products share the many ways companies can enter into, and prot from, the burgeoning consumer robotics market at home, in healthcare and on the road. Moderator: Dan Kara Chief Research Ofcer, Myria RAS Panelists: Matthew Fisher Founder and CTO, Kumotek Robotics Ted Larson CEO, Ologic Paolo Pirjanian CTO, iRobot Takanori Shibata Chief Sr. Research Scientist, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

MORE THAN SKIN DEEP: DATA AND MARKET TOOLS THAT REVEAL THE TRILLION DOLLAR OPPORTUNITY 10-11 a.m.

A world of new technologies from advanced vision sensors to lightweight materials to Cloud software has made all the difference. Its a new consumer electronics market: size and projection gures for this robotics market show how to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity: Taxonomic Framework for Evaluation; and Emerging Trends and Opportunities. Presenter: Dan Kara Chief Research Ofcer, Myria RAS

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8. Disruptive technologies propel all sectors of the CE industry, but also raise salient questions about privacy, security, access, storage and device congurations and features. Their impact is, well, disruptive, and these fascinating sessions look at the most important trends in the cloud, 2nd screen, hardware and much more. Youll gain a variety of perspectives through lively discussion and debate over how disruptive technologies are affecting consumers, innovators and traditional delivery systems. Dont miss it. HOW WE WILL WATCH TV IN FIVE YEARS 2-3 p.m.

From the rise of Internet-connected smart televisions and video streaming to our growing obsession with the app-fueled world of 2nd screen TV, experts discuss the trends that are reshaping Americas favorite pastime and identify new business opportunities. Will the world transition to an all-internet or pay-TV model?

Moderator: Ed Baig Journalist and Author, USA Today Panelists: John Penney EVP, Strategy and Business Development, Starz! Entertainment Deb Roy Chief Media Scientist, Twitter Shawn Strickland CEO, Redbox Instant by Verizon

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N250 Additional sessions on Wednesday, January 8.
The 5th Annual Digital Health Summit focuses on the latest products and consumers growing demand for high-tech health services, particularly through the lens of the Affordable Care Act. See solutions for diagnosing, monitoring and treating a variety of illnesses. Learn about games that reinforce healthy behaviors, body sensors that let people take more responsibility for their health, affordable gene sequencing, real-time medicine monitoring and more. Youll gain an understanding of the digital health infrastructure and how you can capitalize on this hot market.

WELCOME AND SESSION: THE DIGITAL HEALTH MANIFESTO 9-10:20 a.m.


We require innovations that add value and quality to health and medical care delivery. Its crucial we recruit fresh thinking and new participants to solve our ongoing healthcare crisis. Join the rst-ever roundtable discussion featuring healthcares preeminent leaders who will hash it out to identify and resolve barriers that impede marketplace success in order to optimize the health of the nation. Moderator: Dr. Reed V. Tuckson Managing Director, Tuckson Health Connections Panelists: Todd Hixon Managing Partner, New Atlantic Ventures James Mault, MD CEO, HealthyCircles Dr. Travis Stork Physician, MD LIVE

THE RADICAL HOSPITAL 10:25-11:15 a.m.


Cutting-edge surgical spider robots, augmented reality guided clinical applications, RFID biometric-tracked patients, physiological monitoring, articial intelligencetheyre just a few of the radical technologies making their way into our hospitals. Hear rst-hand how these innovations are changing the way medicine is practiced and how they save money and lives. Moderator: Shiv Gaglani Author, Medgadget Panelists: Gary Clawson Director, Masimo Jason Mendenhall EVP, Cloud, Switch

HOW DIGITAL HEALTH SAVED MY LIFE 11:15-11:45 a.m.


Digital health is still in its infancy to many people, but the stories of success are beginning to emerge. Dont miss this unforgettable session where youll hear real accounts of life changing, lifesaving digital health in action. Moderator: Jill Gilbert Producer, Digital Health Summit Presenters: Terry Duesterhoeft President and CEO, A&D Medical Jason Goldberg President, Ideal Life

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TRACK-A-HOLISM: A DISORDER WORTH HAVING 11:50 a.m.-12:40 p.m.
What do the quantied selfers and the obsessive compulsives have in common? We have learned that diligent tracking produces positive results, yet there are extreme barriers to growing this movement. How can we duplicate the behaviors of the track-a-holic and catapult the digital health industry to new heights? Moderator: Leslie Ziegler Entrepreneur, Designer, Health Advocate Panelists: Fabrice Boutain Founder and CEO, HapiLabs Rob Rhinehart CEO, Soylent Dr. Yong-Jin Lee CTO, SVP Engineering Salutron

THE SIXTH SENSE IS DIGITAL 1:45-2:30 p.m.


Our nervous system is an intricate matrix designed to serve each sense. And with the advent of technology, our sensory system has a new player at the table, and its DIGITAL. There are devices being developed to not only utilize our senses better, but to markedly enhance them. Add to that the proliferation of sensors, and the technology possibilities are endless. Moderator: Dan Munro Contributor, Forbes Panelists: Justin Bazan Optometrist and Medical Advisor, Vision Council Cynthia-Compton Crawley Director, Hearing Wellness, Etymotic Research, Inc. Juhu Pinomaa CEO, Omegawave Stanley Yang CEO, Neuroski

LUNCHEON AND SPECIAL SESSION: ITS A HEALTHCARE COUP AND TECHNOLOGY IS THE CULPRIT 12:40-1:40 p.m.
There are a slew of digital health technologies being developed, but not all are having a profound impact on the healthcare system. How are the most innovative companies developing industry-changing strategies to engage patients and providers across multiple channels? And what master tactics are the most prominent advisors nding most effective in business and helping the worlds healthcare crisis. Panelists: Amy Cueva Founder and Chief Experience Ofcer, Mad*Pow Jason Goldberg President, Ideal Life Randy Parker CEO, MDLive Aidan Petrie Chief Innovation Ofcer and Co-Founder, Ximedica

KEYNOTE: THE TREND REPORT BREAKTHROUGH BUSINESS MODELS 2:40-3 p.m.


Keynote: Wainright Fishburn Jr., JD, Partner, Cooley LLP

BRACE YOURSELF: YOUR NEW TRAINER IS YOUR BOSS 3:05-3:55 p.m.


The numbers prove itin 2012 it cost U.S. employers $227 billion for employee absenteeism due to illness. And just hoping our employees will take care of themselves is no longer an option. How is digital health transforming old school corporate wellness into cutting-edge, lifestyle and tness programs? Moderator: Kristin Van Busum Associate, Behavioral and Policy Sciences, Rand Corporation Panelists: Chris Boyce CEO, Virgin Health Derek Newell CEO, Jiff Christine Robbins CEO, Jawbone Aaron Stoertz People Health Specialist, Google

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THIS IS SPINAL TECH 4-4:30 p.m.
With 85 percent of the U.S. population suffering from back or neck pain and spending over $50 million each year to nd an end to their discomfort, its no wonder that digital health is taking notice. Discover the latest technologies breaking ground in the prevention and healing of our oh-sosupportive spines. Panelists: Wendy McCubbin Sr. Manager, Workplace Wellness, Omnimount Chuck Thomas President, Neubac

EVERYDAY HEALTH AWARDS FOR INNOVATION & HAPPY HOUR 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Presenter: Sanjay Gupta CNN Chief Medical Correspondent, CNN Medical News Keynote: Ben Wolin CEO, Everyday Health

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N260 Today, more than 99 percent of things in the physical world are unconnected. What happens as more people, processes, data, and things connect? Networked connections will become more relevant and valuable than ever before, as information leads to actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity. Its called the Internet of Everything, and its here today. Amazing things will happen and amazing experiences will be created as these new connections are made. CONNECTING EVERYTHING: TRANSFORMING WHAT HAPPENS ON SCREENS 2-3 p.m.
Technology can enable amazing, interconnected experiences that change the quality of our lives. But a shift is required in how service providers create and deliver experiences across screens. This session presents our vision for this shift, powered by cloud technologies that also enable new revenue generation and managing operations more cost effectively.

WHAT CAN WE MAKE POSSIBLE WITH THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING? 3-4 p.m.
What happens when we wake the world up and start connecting the 99 percent of everything that is not yet connected? What is the future effect of this immense amount of connectedness? This session will challenge you to imagine what the outcome could be and how to make it possible. Presenter: David Evans Cisco Chief Futurist, Cisco Consulting Services, Cisco

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N259 Additional sessions on January 6, January 7 and January 8. Innovation can help improve your bottom line and the world. Learn as experts uncover opportunities for health and wellness providers, retailers with mobile shops and those tapping into the massive Silver market. From women to seniors, the environment to technologys place in society, nd out how innovation has the power to push humanity forward. DIGITAL DIVAS: MARKETING CETO MILLENNIAL WOMEN 3:30-4:30 p.m.
After decades of marketing Consumer Electronics products by men, to men todays CE brands need to connect with female millenials. Explore the driving forces behind young womens CE purchases and hear from top Consumer Electronics executives who designed specic marketing programs to attract this vital consumer. Presenter: Ed Hecht VP and Publisher, TWICE

Moderator: Lisa Johnston Sr. Editor, TWICE Panelists: Alexandra Harding Kalajian Director, Vendor Management and Purchasing, Ingram Micro CE Division Donna Lagani SVP, Publisher, Chief Revenue Ofcer, Cosmopolitan Magazine

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N258 Dramatic growth in the mobile market combined with an increasing focus on multimedia applications continues to drive memory bandwidth requirements for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Discover how technological advancements and upcoming standards for mobile memory will help power applications and impact devices now and in the future. WELCOME TO MEMORY GOES MOBILE 1 p.m.
Presenters: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Mian Quddus JEDEC Board of Directors Chairman, Samsung

WHY STORAGE SOLUTIONS ARE ACCELERATING THE MOBILE REVOLUTION 1:30-2 p.m.
Increasing demand in the mobile industry fo high-performance storage in an always-on, always connected world requires components that provide extremely fast responses with low power consumption. This session will cover new NAND-based storage options as well as concerns about market timing, market segmentation and battery longevity across multiple vertical markets, including smartphones and tablets. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenters: Kathy Choe NAND Flash Product Marketing Manager, Samsung Ye Jeon Moon Director, Product Planning for Mobile Flash Solutions,Samsung

MOBILE MEMORY TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP 1-1:30 p.m.


JEDEC is driving new mobile memory technologies to enable emerging high-growth mobile computing platforms. Discover the highlights of JEDEC mobile memory requirements and roadmap, including updates on LPDDR4 & Wide I/O 2, as well as storage solutions including UFS 2.0 & e.MMC 5.0. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenter: Hung Vuong System Architect, Qualcomm

EVOLUTIONARY MIGRATION FROM LPDDR3 TO LPDDR4 2-2:30 p.m.


In order to achieve high speed mobile computing, a new generation of LP DRAM is required: LPDDR4. This session will introduce key attributes of LPDDR4 and its migration from LPDDR3. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenter: Minho Kim Manager, Technical Marketing, SK hynix

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UFS UNIFIED MEMORY FUNCTION 2:30-3 p.m.
UFS Unied Memory (UM) Function is designed to provide high performance at a reasonable cost by dening a device working area in the host memory versus in the device controller. Find out more about how the combination of UFS and UM is ideal for realizing fast ash storage in mobile devices. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenter: Nobuhiro Kondo Engineer, Toshiba

CHALLENGES IN MOBILE MEMORY TESTING 3:30-4 p.m.


Testing for mobile memory must concentrate both on performance and on power consumption under various extreme conditions. The rules for testing standard PC memories will no longer apply. This session will cover challenges and possible solutions based on evolution of test technologies. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenter: Cecil Ho President, CST

UNDERSTANDING THE MOST ADVANCED FUTURE SOLUTIONS IN MOBILE MEMORY 3-3:30 p.m.
Memory manufacturers are continually challenged to provide advanced technology that achieves higher bandwidths and lower levels of power consumption while using thinner/ smaller form factors. Learn more about its status and most compelling features, as well as how LPDDR4 and Wide I/O 2 will improve the mobile device user experience. Moderator: Charles Furnweger Consultant, JEDEC Presenters: JY Choi Manager in Memory Product Planning, Samsung Hank Lai Sr. Manager, Samsung

DESIGNING FOR THE NEXT SMART DEVICE 4-4:30 p.m.


Smartphones and tablets are an indispensable personal hub for many consumers. Flash memory is at the heart of this experience, partnering with smart devices to offer consumers exciting, never-before seen possibilities for more personal entertainment experiences, business, social media and even health. Hear the outlook for wearables and other next generation connected devices, and the implications to the consumer mobile experience. Presenter: Elad Baram Director, Product Marketing Management for Mobile and Connected Solutions, SanDisk

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PMA@CES: PHOTOGRAPHY AND DIG GITA AL IM MAGIN NG CONFER REN NCE


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Thursday, January 9 / LVH, Rooms 9-10 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8. Digital imaging comes into sharp focus at The LVH, the destination for all things photo at CES. Two tracks cover retail strategy and technology trends, giving you a crystal clear picture of opportunities in photo and the future of digital imaging. The educational sessions are the perfect complement to the exhibits you will nd at PMA@CES and 2014 International CES. TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY: TOP IMAGING TECHNOLOGY TRENDS TO WATCH FOR IN 2014 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Every year new innovations in digital imaging come to the photography market: better sensors, optics, processing, editing and enhancing, sharing, printing and more. What had the greatest impact in 2013? What do you need to look out for in 2014? And what can most benet your business? Presenter: Paul Worthington Consumer Imaging Analyst, 6Sight

RETAIL STRATEGY: RETAIL IN THE FUTURE 10:45-11:45 a.m.


Learn the latest technologies and marketing tools to invigorate your product offerings and provide greater experiences for your customers. The future is brighter than you think and new opportunities are there for those who are ready to embrace the future of photo retailing. Presenter: Kurt Freund President, IMAGING POWER GmbH

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N264 Dynamic new business forces are meeting in 2014 at the intersection of Ultra High Denition, 4K production and 3D blockbuster movies. As these technologies take the stage worldwide, nd out how content creators, CE manufacturers and marketers are using the premium advanced imaging experience to punch through the fractured media marketplace to drive sales and prots. 2014: THE BIG PICTURE 10-10:50 a.m.
Nine of the top 10 box ofce revenue giants in 2013 were 3D movies. How do billions in box ofce revenues translate into sales of CE products? What are the hottest properties and business sectors to watch out for in 2014? Join us for our Big Picture 2014 playbook session. Panelist: Jim Mainard Head of Digital Strategy and New Business Development, DreamWorks Animation

3DS KILLER APP 1-1:40 p.m.

With more than 100 new 3D movies worldwide this year alone, new 3D apps and streaming technologies offer content creators signicant revenue streams. Can this direct-toconsumer model provide content creators a protable revenue model? Join us as we look for the killer app. Panelists: Catherine Owens 3D Film Director and Producer, NDN Productions Ltd. Nicholas Routhier CEO, Sensio Chris Yewdall President and CEO, DDD

4K, UHD AND 3D: THE PREMIUM EXPERIENCE COMES HOME 11-11:50 a.m.
From television to movies, content creators are beginning to future proof their productions in 4K as the cable and satellite TV industry is strategizing new set-top boxes to accommodate UHD. Well cover developments in China, Japan, Korea, the E.U., the U.K. and the U.S. with the forecasts and the forecasters. Panelists: Tom Cosgrove President and CEO, 3net Studios Henry Derovanessian Sr. VP, Consumer Premises Equipment, DirecTV William Foote Director, DTV Technology and Standards, Samsung Electronics America Phil McKinney President, CableLabs

THE UHD REVOLUTION 1:50-2:30 p.m.

How will consumers and content creators see the UHD picture? Well explore how 4K/UHD presents a new ecosystem from the viewers perspective to those managing the production workow and distribution. Join technology professionals, content creators and CE manufacturers at the front lines of this transition. Panelists: William Foote DTV Technology and Standards, Samsung Electronics America Pete Lude UHD Consultant, SMPTE Ron Martin VP, Content Solutions Center, Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory Scott Mirer Director, Partner Services, Netix Tom Morrod Sr. Principal Analyst, TV Technology, I.H.S

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GLASSES-FREE 3D: SOONER THAN YOU THINK 2:40-3:30 p.m.
Consumers will soon have the opportunity to watch glasses-free 3D on their tablets and in their living rooms. Is autostereo ready for its close-up? With a critical mass of 3D content available in the U.S., India, China and Europe, the opportunities clearly demand its time to hear from the leaders who are driving this technology forward. Panelists: Younghoon Lee CEO, MasterImage 3D Roland Vlaicu Sr. Director, Broadcast Imaging, Dolby Labs

YOUR WORLD IN 3D 3:30-4:30 p.m.


What 3D and UHD content is catching viewer attention? Join us for this clip-lled session of inspiring, eye-popping content from all over the world. Presenter: Jim Chabin President, International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8. Whats new, whats next and what you never saw coming. Welcome to Technology Trends, the must-attend sessions with the latest on 3D printing, digital health and wellness, connected homes, augmented reality, television and much more. As some of our most popular sessions, these sell out quickly. Register today to ensure youre not left behind. CUTTING-EDGE TV: WHAT TECHNOLOGIES WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE? 9:30-10:30 a.m./Room N261
Ultra HD, OLED, LCD, Plasma - TV technologies that have dominated the conversation all year. Will these four be the driving force behind TV sales over the next ve years, or is there something else on the horizon poised to steal the show? Moderator: Paul Gagnon Director, North American TV Research, DisplaySearch Panelists: Steven Abramson President and CEO, Universal Display Tim Alessi Director, New Product Development, LG Electronics USA Dave Das VP, Home Entertainment, Samsung Electronics America Mike Lucas SVP, Sony Electronics Home Division

FUTURE GAZING 12:30-1:30 p.m./Room N259


Aside from practicing mind control over electronic devices and transportation by self-driving cars, what else does the future hold? Look back at what 20th century prognosticators envisioned for today and acquire a vision of what consumer technology will look like in ten years. How will it impact the way we live and interact? Presenter: Rob Nail CEO, Singularity University/Singularity Labs

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N256 Come experience where innovation meets education. At CES, we have ringside seats for everything from predictive tools designed to make us all knowing, to the analytics that make personalized education as natural as the glasses youre wearing. Well bring technologists, educators and entrepreneurs together to nd solutions that increase the quality and drive down the cost of education. Meet the innovators. Touch the inventions. Come witness the possibilities as we look at how technology will Transform EDU. OPENING KEYNOTE: MOOC AND THE NEXT GENERATION CAMPUS 8:30-9 a.m.
Keynote: Anant Agarwal President, edX

THE NEXT EDITION OF DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS AND COURSEWARE 9:50-10:35 a.m.


Entire states have adopted digital texts. University libraries are becoming repositories of digital content. The question is no longer whether texts will go digital they are. Now we can ask what is working, what isnt, and what the next generation of digital texts will offer.

BAGELS AND BANDWIDTH BREAKFAST ROUNDTABLE: IS COLLEGE AS WE KNOW IT OBSOLETE? 9-9:45 a.m.
Some are calling for the end of four-year campuses. Others are calling for hybrid online/ofine solutions while the MOOCS are still holding ground. Others are creating entirely new institutions with a sharp eye towards post-college employment. And most are calling for rating and ranking systems that are predictors of student success. Join us for a lively roundtable with some of the most visionary thinkers. You bring the bandwidth. Well bring the bagels. Panelist: Karen Francis CEO and Executive Chairman, AcademixDirect

THE POWER OF CO-CREATION AND THE MAKER REVOLUTION: CATCHPHRASES OR INNOVATIVE DESIGN? 10:40-11:25 a.m.
How do collaborative technological environments, adapted social networks, and the maker or experiential learning movement impact product and curriculum design? See for yourself if just a passing trend or the bar to reach. Panelists: L. Miguel Encarnacao SVP and Chief Innovation Ofcer, ACT Gregor Freund CEO, Versal

LUNCHEON KEYNOTE: HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO REVOLUTIONIZE EDUCATION 11:30 a.m.-Noon


Keynote: Rob Nail Assistant Founder and CEO, Singularity University

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INNOVATION IN ACTION Noon-12:45 p.m.
A highly interactive discussion of the state of innovation in education. The panel will be comprised of those individuals that have made an impact in the education arena using innovative strategies and approaches to transform their programs and institutions.

GETTING PERSONAL: CURRICULUM FOR ONE 2:35-3:20 p.m.


Integrated learning systems are becoming smarter using gaming, accelerated intervention, adaptive intelligence, visual and auditory tools, and of course, data, to serve a variety of student needs and outcomes. Well look at the systems and apps that assess, adapt, match, and (dare we say) predict. Panelists: Dan Yang CEO, Rullingnet Stephen Laster Chief Digital Ofcer, McGraw Hill

LAPTOPS RIP? ED TECH DEMOS 12:50-1:40 p.m.


Gadgets from smart glasses to smart watches are debuting at CES. Classroom peripherals well beyond clickers abound. Tablets built with the student in mind now number in the fties. Augmented reality, 3D and even brain engagement headbands will be the new normal. Check out the hardware and gadgets you shouldnt miss. Panelists: Brian Lamb Founder, Swivl Brian Whitmer Co-Founder Canvas by Instructure

BREAKING DOWN THE ONLINE BARRIERS 3:25-4:10 p.m.


Millions of homes across America (and the world) are without Internet access in both urban and rural settings. How do we reach these students and serve their educational needs to level the playing eld for access to online learning?

MAKING BIG DATA IMPROVE OUTCOMES 1:45-2:30 p.m.


Can big data improve outcomes? We collect enough of it to ll Fort Knox, but the kingdom of data seldom trickles down to the classroom or educator in a way it can be actionable. Some innovative companies demonstrate how to turn big data into benets for students. And why it matters. Panelist: Heather Hiles CEO and Founder, Pathbrite

HARNESSING LIFELONG LEARNING 4:15-5 p.m.


Whether keeping up professionally or enriching your mind, lifelong learning has never been more accessible. Maybe you studied C++ in college but need X++ to keep your job. Maybe you want to pick up a second language to enhance your travel experience. Get to know the new options and opportunities for lifelong learning.

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Thursday, January 9/LVCC, North Hall, Room N261 Additional sessions on Tuesday, January 7 and Wednesday, January 8. Ten billion. Thats how many mobile phones, just phones, will be in use by 2016. Add tablets, e-readers, Ultrabooks and a lot more zeroes. Wireless rules. It dominates our personal and enterprise lives. It captures, entertains, works, plays and communicates. The war is on for share of wallet (and mobile wallet) in this highly competitive space. Keep up with the speed of innovation and nd out what you need to lead in our ever-expanding wireless world. TRENDS TO WATCH: MAKING SMARTPHONES SMARTER 11 a.m.-Noon
iPhone sales increase with the introduction of each new model, Android phones are coming on strong. Smartphones continue to capture consumer demand and drive overall CE sales. Mobile experts critique alternative platforms and identify the apps and features that will spark the publics imagination and drive mobile sales in 2014 and beyond. Moderator: Wilson Rothman CEO, NBC News Digital Group Panelists: Anthony Bartolo Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corp. Ryan Bidan Director, Product Marketing, Samsung Telecommunications America Steve T. Holmes VP, Mobile and Communications Group and GM, Smart Device Innovation, Intel Corp. Jon Zweig Founder and President, AdColony

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January 10-13/Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC) The 32nd IEEE ICCE brings you the latest R&D ideas and next-gen Consumer Electronics technologies from around the world. Join us for informative keynotes, state-of-the-art-technology tutorials and 300+ technical presentations from experts at top companies, research laboratories and universities. Presenters cover everything from home and automotive innovations to digital media rights management and security, plus technical topics like spectrum usage. This years theme is Next Generation Mobility. Separate registration required.

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THX CERTIF FIED PROFESSIO ONAL HOME THEATER LEVEL 1


Friday, January 10 / LVCC, North Hall, Room N254 The THX Certied Professional Home Theater Level 1 workshop provides hands-on training on how to help any client, with any budget, achieve the best possible home theater experience. From multi-purpose family rooms to dedicated home theaters this course covers design, installation, calibration and room acoustics. Participants who complete the workshop and pass the course exam will become THX Certied Home Theater Professionals. Theyll receive usage rights to the corresponding THX logo and be listed on the THX website. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Gain the knowledge and skills you need to become a THX Certied Professional in this hands-on workshop. Learn how to design home theaters for any space, to implement the latest 2D and 3D offerings, to choose the right electronics and other important principles that apply to all systems. Instructor: John Dahl Sr. Fellow Emeritus, THX, Ltd.

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