CES 2016 - Just in from LA: CES 2016 Entertainment Matters Ambassadors Announced, Netflix and YouTube Executives to Deliver CES Keynote Addresses
Entertainment Matters (EM) Ambassadors for CES 2016: Justine Ezarik (aka iJustine) and Joey Graceffa.
Los Angeles, October 27, 2015 - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) turned its attention to the content and Hollywood communities stressing the importance of the connection and intersection between technology and the creative community and announcing the Entertainment Matters (EM) Ambassadors for CES 2016: Justine Ezarik (aka iJustine) and Joey Graceffa. Also announced were two additional CES keynote addresses: CES 2016 Opening Day Keynote: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, and an EM Keynote Address from YouTube's Chief Business Officer, Robert Kyncl. Entertainment Matters, sponsored by Variety, is the hub for the entertainment and content community at CES and features exhibits, conferences and events. The program attracts more than 25,000 senior-level executives and includes keynotes, panels and exhibits developed for the Hollywood community. Additionally, after a successful inaugural year, C Space will return to CES 2016 to tell the story of how content, creativity, technology and influencers come together to discover new ways to elevate their industry, business and brand. C Space will host exhibits and networking events that promote learning and discovery for strategic content creators. CES keynote information can be found on CESweb.org.
Digital Media Personalities Justine Ezarik (aka iJustine) and Joey Graceffa Named Entertainment Matters Ambassadors for CES 2016
Binge-Watch CES 2016: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings To Deliver Opening Day Keynote at CES 2016
YouTube's Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl to Deliver Keynote on the Future of Media at CES 2016
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