What: “National 3D Demo Days,” powered by CEA and ESPN, provides consumers with intensive 3DTV demonstrations at retail locations across the country. The weekend-long event will help educate consumers about 3D technology and how to bring the experience into their homes. During 3D Demo Days, participating CEA-member retailers will demonstrate 3DTV with surround-sound so consumers can experience the latest technology before purchasing.
During National 3D Demo Days, ESPN 3D will broadcast continuous 3D programming to retail stores across the country, including live coverage of the Miami vs. Ohio State football game on Saturday, September 11, at 3:40 p.m. ET.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 2–3 p.m. (ET)
- “The Current State of 3DTV” Webinar: For reporters interested in learning more about this growing category, CEA’s Chief Economist and Director of Research, Shawn DuBravac, and Senior Research Analyst, Ben Arnold, will present current market research regarding 3D technology and discuss early impressions from sales associates and consumers seeing this technology at retail for the first time.
Friday, September 10 – Sunday, September 12
- National 3D Demo Days during regular store hours at retailers nationwide.
Where: For a list of participating National 3D Demo Days retailers, visit www.digitaltips.org/3D
Webinar Registration and Information: Contact Laura Hubbard, 703-907-4326 or lhubbard@CE.org
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