Even Las Vegas could barely handle the crowd!
Last year, CES strained Vegas hotel capacity and bent the airline ticket cost curve. So this year they capped attendance at last year’s 176,000 of us.
And THEY even changed their name!
They WERE “The Consumer Electronics Association.”
They’re NOW “The Consumer Technology Association…”
… because there’s more to tech than gadgets.
Hey, the world’s biggest retailer doesn’t own a single store: Amazon dot com.
Google and Uber are verbs, not gadgets.
Uber – which now equals “car” to a growing worldwide customer base – has a bigger market cap than General Motors.
The world’s biggest taxi fleet doesn’t own ANY cars…it’s a social network.
What all this means to broadcasters?
Read/see/hear my notes/quotes/pix/video
Every time I meet with Sales reps at a client station, I remind ’em that “I’ll help you with copy!”
Read the success story of one who took me up on my offer, and help yourself to the copy that got the order (from a non-radio user) — including the finished commercials, which you can use locally as spec spots when you pitch this opportune Q1 category — when you subscribe to my monthly newsletter.
“How do we keep radio a critical part of everyone’s media life?”
Nielsen Audio’s Jon Miller, opening the 2015 Client Conference.
Read my notes from:
Thursday morning sessions;
Thursday afternoon sessions;
ICYMI: Read my notes from Westwood One’s “State of Podcasting in America” webinar.
Got an hour? Attend “virtually” (webinar recording).
Radio Talent: Do What Cable Is Doing
Read:When Sony Pictures Television Chairman Steve Mosko spoke at NAB Show/New York, I heard an opportunity.
If you couldn’t make it to Atlanta, I’ve gotcha covered.
Here are my notes.
Read: here’s my September newsletter, which was distributed at the convention.
And DO NOT MISS: the October issue. LOTS of ammo for Sales.
Click here to see select Radio Show sessions.