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Oct 17, 2013
One Third of Consumers Used Physical Retailer’s Multiple Channels to Prepare for Most Recent CE Purchase, According to CEA Study

One-third (38 percent) of consumers have used two or more retail channels as they prepared for their most recent consumer electronics (CE) purchase with retailers that have a physical store, according to the latest study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. CEA’s Multi-Channel Alignment for CE Retailers with Physical Stores explores CE retail channel usage and shopping behavior among consumers who purchase CE from physical retailers (retailers that have a brick-and-mortar store, and may also offer online and mobile channels).     Full Release

Oct 09, 2013
CEA Highlights Role of Technology in Automotive Safety

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® today embarked on a broad-based initiative to educate consumers and policymakers on the role of innovation in enhancing driver safety. The multi-phased campaign titled “Innovating Safety” kicked off this morning at a Real Clear Politics’ policy forum in Washington, D.C. Full Release

Oct 02, 2013
DOE Mandates Costly, Duplicative Test Procedure for Televisions

The following statement is attributable to Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, following the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) move to mandate a test procedure for measuring power consumption in televisions. Full Release

Oct 01, 2013
CEA Supports FAA Recommendations to Allow Airline Passengers Expanded In-Flight use of Electronics Devices

Today, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced support for a U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) advisory committee recommendation that airline passengers be allowed, with limited exceptions, to use typical handheld or lightweight electronics devices – such as tablets and e-readers – at all altitudes of flight on airplanes assessed to be resilient to radio interference. The committee, formally known as the Portable Electronic Devices Aviation Rulemaking Committee (PED ARC), submitted its consensus report to the FAA yesterday. Full Release

Oct 01, 2013
CEA Forecasts Total Holiday Retail Sales to Increase 4.0 Percent in 2013

Total retail sales for the November through December holiday sales period are expected to increase by 4.0 percent over last year, reaching $738 billion in total revenue*, according to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® ’s 2013 Holiday Retail Sales Forecast report released today. CEA will release its full 2013 holiday sales trends forecast, including the 20th Annual CE Holiday Purchase Patterns Study, at CEA’s Industry Forum on October 22. Full Release

Oct 01, 2013
Demo Days Return! Two Weekends for Consumers to Interact with the Latest in TV, Audio and Accessories

For the second time this year, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® is giving consumers the opportunity to see, hear and touch the latest innovations at electronics retail stores across the country. CEA’s CE Demo Days is a nationwide campaign to educate consumers about the latest consumer electronics products and encourage them to experience those products firsthand at a local electronics retailer. Full Release

Sep 26, 2013
CEA Selected as CARE Award Winner for Fifth Consecutive Year

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced today its receipt of the Northern Virginia Family Services’ (NVFS) 2013 CARE Award.  The CARE Awards recognize companies in Northern Virginia who are leaders in providing a workplace that caters to the needs of working families and improving work-life balance for its employees. This is CEA’s fifth consecutive year winning the CARE Award. Full Release

Sep 26, 2013
Energy Efficiency Leads Home Automation Ownership and Purchase Intent

Home automation technologies that offer energy efficiency are the most popular type of installed home technologies among U.S. consumers, according to the latest study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. CEA’s Adoption and Usage of Home Automation Technologies found that 47 percent of online U.S. households indicate they have a programmable (42 percent) and/or smart (12 percent) thermostat currently installed in their homes. Full Release

Sep 24, 2013
Consumer Sentiment Toward Technology Spending Drops to Lowest Point Since 2009, According to CEA Indexes

Consumer confidence toward technology spending dropped to the lowest level since 2009, while sentiment toward the overall economy remained on par with August of this year, according to the latest figures released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. Full Release

Sep 19, 2013
CEA Supports Drive 4 Pledges in Stand against Texting and Driving, Urges Others to Take the Pledge on National Day of Action

To mark the It Can Wait campaign’s “Drive 4 Pledges” national day of action on Thursday, September 19, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® is highlighting the issue of distracted driving through a full day of outreach, advocacy and education focused on CEA members, association employees and Capitol Hill. Putting an end to texting while driving begins with a conscious choice by the person behind the wheel. The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found that those who text while driving are 23 times more likely to get into a crash. Full Release

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