Jonathan Firestone of Hasbro shows off the company's new game, Dropmix, which allows players to beatmatch the vocals, drumbeat, bassline, and guitars from popular songs with the drop of a card.
Charles Sued of Innovative Trends and Raymond Levy of The FESCO Group talk about how Billboard and Car and Driver Magazines are licensing their brand names to sell technological devices.
Kristen Naeini, Senior National Trainer for Samsung, offers an inside look at some of the innovative new technologies that Samsung unveiled at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
Eric Holzer, Industrial Designer for iHome, talks about how the entertainment options on the nightstand have changed with the introduction of wi-fi and voice command. Céline Spillemaecker, the Brand & Marketing Manager for Keecker, shows off her home entertainment robot.
The cars of the future were on full display at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. David Agnew of Hyundai Mobius explains how autonomous driving can be used to prevent fatalities, while Florian Baur of Byton introduces the world to the company's innovative car concept.
At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, a number of companies showcased new vehicles that aimed to change the way people get around in cities. Hugues Despres of UJet, Terry Duncan of GenZe, and Scott Drennan of Bell Helicopter talk about different ways that you'll be able to get from Point A to Point B in the near future.
Danielle Cassagnol, Manager of Industry Communication at the Consumer Technology Association, talks about the technological trends at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
Stacie Campbell of NuBryte and Jason Maynard of Crosley talk about in-home audio, from old school turntables to smart home panels.
Frans de Rooij is the Director of Product Marketing, Automotive for TomTom, a Dutch company that produces traffic, navigation and mapping products. At CES 2017 in Las Vegas, he talks about the state dashboard infotainment systems and traffic apps
Jeff Jury, the GM of Automotive and Radio at DTS, talks about the future of HD Radio -- Connected Radio -- and what it means for terrestrial broadcasters.
Luke Bouma, founder of the website Cord Cutters News, talks about the effect that cord cutting is having on the television industry and what it could mean for the radio broadcasting industry.
Ever since the invention of headphones, enjoying audio entertainment has been a personal experience. But some of the technologies on display at CES take the individual entertainment experience to a whole new level. Seth Resler talks to José Dominguez, Senior Product Manager for AAMP Global, and Joe Pompei, founder of of Holosonics, to learn more.
Otto Radio is an app that helps listeners discover new podcasts by using an algorithm, similar to what Pandora does with music. CEO / Co-Founder Stanley Yuan and CMO / VP of Content Development Alex Loomis talk to Seth Resler about their app at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
Betsy McHugh, the founder and CEO of Hurdl, invented a device to help music artists collect audience data at concerts and other live events.
Chris Orris, a representative with Homido, shows Seth Resler how the company's virtual reality headsets work. They discuss how radio stations could use virtual reality to engage with their listeners.
Alex Thibault is the VP of Business Development, North America for Vulog, a company that produces car sharing technology. He offers a glimpse into the future of the car and how it will impact radio listening.