#CESlive: Behind the scenes!

CES 2014 is officially over, and while we'll still be bringing you a few more videos shot at the show, #CESlive is done for the year as well. Right before we struck the set and packed everything up, however, our good friends and partners in this escapade, Cali Lewis and John P. took us on a tour of the set, and everyone from Geek Beat and Mobile Nations showed off just exactly what we do to make a show like CES.

The video above is 15 minutes long, but it's all shades of awesome. It's what let us bring you 80 interviews, 5 podcasts, and who knows how many amazing moments over the last 4 days. Check it out, if you have questions, let me know in the comments, and make sure you head on over to our CES super page so you don't miss the last few videos!

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Rene Ritchie

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#CESlive: Behind the scenes!


That woman (Callie I think) needs to have a glass of water. She sounds like a 13 year old boy on the verge of puberty with all the voice cracking.

"Behind the Scene" - It's like candy!
Cali certainly earned some R&R, especially for her voice! (& her eyes too, evidently.)
Job well done for everyone involved. Thank you GeekBeatTV & Mobile Nations for all your efforts. Also, a great thanks to all of you sponsors for this event.
Great CESlive 2014!
* John P has ruined your delectable contraband smuggling operations from now on... Good job John. xP

Thus was a great feature and very exciting to see how everything is put together. I take a sandwich and chips please! Great video!

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I see this video was using a multicam setup, but I did not see any cables connected to them for their feeds to the video mixer. Was this video edited in post or switched live?