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Sep 03, 2013
CEA Announces Expanded Support of High-Resolution Audio

Today, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® joins consumer electronics (CE) manufacturers, retailers, music labels and artists in offering expanded support for and promotion of high-resolution audio (HRA). CEA is exploring initiatives to corral support among consumers and retailers, and plans to leverage opportunities to promote HRA at the 2014 International CES®. Full Release


Aug 29, 2013
CEA Celebrates 50 Years with International CES Founder and Industry Legend, Jack Wayman

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® celebrates the 50th anniversary of Jack Wayman’s tenure with the organization. Founder of the International CES®,the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, Wayman is a member of the inaugural class of the CE Hall of Fame. He is widely recognized as an industry visionary whose many contributions and accomplishments helped lay the groundwork for today’s $203 billion U.S. consumer electronics (CE) industry. Full Release


Aug 28, 2013
CEA Seeks Technical Standards to Highlight at International CES

Today, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced a new program to develop innovative industry standards at the International CES®. As owner and producer of the International CES, the world’s leading innovation event, and with accreditation from the American National Standards Institute, CEA launched “CESpec” within its standards program. Full Release


Aug 27, 2013
Consumer Confidence Toward Technology Spending Reaches Highest Level in 2013, According to CEA Indexes

Consumer confidence toward technology spending reached the highest level in 2013, while sentiment toward the overall economy dipped in August, according to the latest figures released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. Full Release


Aug 07, 2013
CEA Releases Report on Ultra HD

Today, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced the release of its new report, Ultra High-Definition: State of the Industry. The analysis provides a snapshot of the emerging Ultra High-Definition (Ultra HD) market, with overviews of key industry segments including content development, production, and delivery, as well as overall product status. Full Release


Aug 06, 2013
CEA Sponsors New “Trolling Effects” Website Aimed at Fighting Patent Trolls

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® is pleased to sponsor the new “Trolling Effects” project. Trolling Effects is a new and innovative resource in the fight against patent trolls. The website allows patent troll demand letter recipients to post the documents online, find letters received by others, and research exactly who is really behind these threats. The following statement can be attributed to Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA, in response to this project: Full Release


Aug 02, 2013
CEA Commends President Obama for Nomination of Mike O'Rielly as FCC Commissioner

The following statement can be attributed to Julie Kearney, vice president of regulatory affairs, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, regarding President Obama’s nomination of Mike O'Rielly as a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Full Release


Jul 30, 2013
Only Seven Percent of TV Households Rely on Over-the-Air Signals, According to CEA Study

New research released today from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) ® found that just seven percent of American TV households rely solely on an antenna for their television programming. The findings of the new study, U.S. Household Television Usage Update, are consistent with CEA’s 2010 research which found eight percent of TV households reported using an antenna only for television programming. According to historical CEA research, there has been a gradual decline in the percentage of TV households using antennas since 2005. The  phone survey of 1,009 U.S. adults is comparable to a 2012 Nielsen study indicating nine percent of all U.S. TV households are broadcast TV/over-the-air only, a decrease from 16 percent in 2003. Full Release


Jul 29, 2013
Tablet Adoption Rates Cool in Second Quarter, According to CEA’s Quarterly Tablet Report

Four in ten (41 percent) online U.S. consumers indicate they own a tablet, roughly on par with ownership rates reported in March 2013 (40 percent), according to research released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. CEA’s Consumer Outlook on Tablets: Q3 2013 report examines trend information on consumer behavior and sentiment regarding tablet computers from April through June 2013. Full Release


Jul 25, 2013
CEA Recognized as Number One Trade Association for Use of Social Media

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® ranks first in use of social media among Washington, D.C.-based trade associations, according to a recently released APCO Worldwide  study. The TradeMarks Study named CEA as one of nine high-performing associations based on 15 characteristics of public policy effectiveness. The rankings were based on a survey of 450 Washington policy leaders. Full Release

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