CES, Celebs, & CNN

“Michelle is the Social Media & Client Coordinator with a passion for communication and the media. Having recently graduated with a degree in mass media, and a dream of one day becoming a broadcaster, Michelle brings a fresh take on all things news – technology, politics, and yes, even sports. Her love for people makes the job something she loves, which is obvious in all that she does for the studio.” @MMJISON

Michelle in VegasI hate to admit it, but I had no idea what CES was before I started working in technology. Yes, I read the news. And yes, it was the entertainment section, but I was only 21 — celebs before CNN, right? Well, I’ve done a little growing up since then, and my so mature 22 self is basically a CES expert.

So if you’re stuck in a cave (much like I was), CES stands for the Consumer Electronics Show. It is a gigantic (but bigger) convention where technology experts from all around travel to. Every tech giant out there makes the trip to Vegas (except Apple) to show off their latest creation.


The Samsung type guys have these super elaborate displays that will make the crowd ooo and aww. There’s also thousands of the little guys who have small booths, desperately trying to have their ground breaking product noticed. The show brings in over 150,000 attendees, and all of them are trying to catch a glimpse of what’s going to be “the next big thing.”

CES brings glitz and glamour to technology. There’s models, celebrities, and most importantly, NewsWatch. But I mean, it’s in Vegas… is there really anything more glitzy than that?

Our hotel and flights are booked, so the countdown to CES begins! I’ll be blogging and tweeting live at the show, but stay tuned for the latest CES updates.

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