DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group Joins CE Week as a Major Sponsor of the Hi-Res Audio Experience

Activities include panel discussions, Hi-Res Audio Zone and an Exclusive Legacy Recordings Hi-Res Listening Session

CE Week, (June 22-26, 2015), New York City's largest new technology showcase and the CE industry's official mid-year industry meeting, has announced that DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group, the cross-industry trade association for consumer electronics and home entertainment, will be sponsoring a series of activities in support of the Hi-Res Audio Experience.


"The DEG has been at the forefront of promoting High Resolution Audio across the industry in association with the major music companies," said Amy Jo Smith, president, DEG. "This initiative was conceived to bring audiophiles and entertainment enthusiasts closer to the music recording experience. During CE Week, the DEG is proud to sponsor a number of activities that will help broaden this message to an even wider audience and further evangelize Hi-Res Audio."

During Your Next Audio Conference on June 23 the DEG will sponsor a panel titled "The Future of Hi-Res Audio" which will examine the technology that's driving the next wave of Hi-Res Audio innovation. The panel will be moderated DEG Senior Director, Marc Finer, and panelists will include representatives from leading CE companies.

At CE Week Exhibits, June 24-25, there will be a Hi-Res Audio Zone featuring demonstrations of the latest hi-res compatible products from Astell & Kern, dCS, Kimber Kable and Sony Electronics.

As part of the CE Week Conference Program on June 24, Finer will also moderate a panel on Hi-Res Music and Recording that will address the key issues affecting the recording and distribution of Hi-Res Audio content. The panel will include executives from The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, Sony Music Entertainment and other music companies.

Finally, to commemorate Legacy Recordings 25th Anniversary, press are invited by The Digital Entertainment Group and Sony Music to join a Hi-Res Music Listening Session, the evening of June 24. This will be held at Battery Studios in New York City and include Hi-Res music demonstrations of both new releases and classic recordings.

To register for CE Week or for more information visit, www.ceweekny.com.

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About CE Week
CE Week is the consumer electronics (CE) industry's official weeklong, citywide event in New York City. The official mid-year meeting, conference and new technology showcase includes the event headquarters, CE Week Exhibits, which is the site of CE Week's largest exhibition hall and conference program. CE Week is produced by Martin Porter & Associates and Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO Media, publisher of Dealerscope, Technology Integrator and the Technology Tell Network.

About DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group is an industry association that advocates and promotes entertainment platforms, products and distribution channels on behalf of the motion picture, music, consumer electronics and technology companies.

DEG membership is comprised of: Akamai, Alchemy, Alliance Entertainment, Anchor Bay Entertainment, BBC AMERICA, bitMAX, BluFocus, Cinedigm, Cinram, Comcast, Content Bridge, Cryptography Research, DTS Inc, Deloitte, Deluxe Digital, DIRECTV, Dolby Laboratories, DreamWorks Animation, Entertainment One, FilmTrack, GfK Entertainment, Gibson Brands, Inc., Google Play, HBO Home Entertainment, IMAX, Intel, Kaleidescape, Inc., LG Electronics USA, Lionsgate, Mediamorph, MGM, Microsoft, MovieLabs, NPD Group, Neustar Media, Nielsen Entertainment, Panasonic, Paramount Home Media Distribution, Philips Electronics, Playster, PricewaterhouseCoopers, RLJ Entertainment, Random Media, Redbox, Rentrak, Rovi, Samsung Electronics, ScreenPlay, Sellthro Co, Sony DADC, Sony Electronics, Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Technicolor, Testronic Laboratories, The Orchard, Toshiba America Consumer Products, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Universal Operations Group, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, Verizon, Vubiquity, Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Western Digital and Yekra.

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