Desmond Beristain of Festiie talks about the company’s festival wristbands, while Maarten Bodewes of Loop shows off the company’s earplugs.
Meituan is developing self-driving vehicles to deliver goods to consumers while Navatics shows off its underwater drones.
Alex Purdy, the head of John Deere Labs, talks about how self-driving vehicles and AI technology are revolutionizing the agricultural business at CES 2019.
The new Honda Dream Drive suite of apps that is designed to enhance the passenger experience. How will it impact radio?
Now that Alexa is in so many homes, she’s making a push to get into people’s cars. Meanwhile, your speakers may be gathering data to give you a better user experience.
Dr. Shawn DuBravac talks about the digital trends he sees at the show and how they will impact the radio industry.
Tyler Suiters, VP of Communications for the CTA, the organization that produces CES, talks about the big trends at the show in 2019.
Legendary former syndicated radio personality Tom Leykis talks about his rise through the ranks of terrestrial radio before taking his career online with the launch of The New Normal Network.
Perry Michael Simon, the VP/Editor of News, Talk, Sports, and Programming, shares his insights on the radio industry.
Jill Weindorf, the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Promotion at Concord Music, talks about her role as a record label executive.
Haley Jones, Director of Radio at Nielsen Music, talks about the data and services that Nielsen Music has to offer not only radio broadcasters, but record labels, artist managers, and booking agents.
Michael Saunders, the Urban Brand Coordinator for iHeart Radio and Program Director of KQBT-FM (93.7 The Beat) in Houston talks about the urban music format.
Lisa Marber-Rich, Co-Founder and President of the Atlas Talent Agency, discusses the world of voiceover talent agents for radio broadcasters who are looking to break in to the business.
Scott Burnell of the Ford Developer Program talks about the future of radio in the car dashboard at the 2018 Worldwide Radio Summit in Hollywood.
Dom Nero, Imaging Director for Emmis’ Hot 97 in New York City, talks about what he does in his role, how imaging production has changed over the years, and what tools he uses in his craft.
Carolyn Gilbert of NuVoodoo Media Services talks about how radio research has evolved over time and what it means for the future of the industry.
Jon Zellner, the Executive Vice President of Programming Operations at iHeart Media, talks about what it’s like to work with over 800 radio stations.
Jonathan Firestone of Hasbro shows off the company’s new game, Dropmix, which allows players to beatmatch the vocals, drumbeat, bassline, and guitars from popular songs with the drop of a card.
Charles Sued of Innovative Trends and Raymond Levy of The FESCO Group talk about how Billboard and Car and Driver Magazines are licensing their brand names to sell technological devices.
Kristen Naeini, Senior National Trainer for Samsung, offers an inside look at some of the innovative new technologies that Samsung unveiled at CES 2018 in Las Vegas