09.17.2006 08:00 AM
CEA announces relationship with Digital Media Wire

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced a partnership with Digital Media Wire, producer of the Future of Television Forum and the Digital Music Forum. CEA will invest in, sponsor and help promote the Future of Television Forum, scheduled for Nov. 16-17, 2006, and the Digital Music Forum East, set for March 6-7, 2007. Both events will be held in New York City.

The Future of Television, scheduled for Nov. 16-17, 2006, at the University of New York’s Stern School of Business, attracts senior executives from the cable and broadcast industries and cable and satellite operators, as well as leaders in advertising, to focus on the growth and development of TV. The forum has attracted key speakers from major industry leaders including Fox Television Stations, HDNet and Viacom.

The Digital Music Forum East draws more than 400 high-level executives from major record labels, music businesses and technology providers, including Columbia Records, EMI Music, Island Def Jam, MTV/VH1, Napster, Sony BMG and Universal Music, to examine the evolution of digital technologies and its effects on the future of music.

For more information, visit: www.dmwmedia.com and www.CE.org.

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