Get ready for iMore's most amazing CES live coverage ever!

CES 2014 - the biggest tech show of the year - is just over a month away, and this year iMore and Mobile Nations are thrilled to announce we'll be kicking up our coverage to a whole new level. This year, we'll be bringing it to you LIVE! Once again teaming up with Cali Lewis, John P., and our friends at Geek Beat, we're going to be rocking #CESLIVE right out of South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center! We'll be setup and streaming during tradeshow floor hours throughout the week, and it'll will complement our usual coverage with plenty of interviews and product demos live from our stage!

Since Talk Mobile 2013, it's become increasingly clear that mobile is more than just phones and tablets, but a growing network of amazing devices that, collectively, will define the next great wave of innovation. So, we'll be going above and beyond this year as well, covering everything and anything we think will interest our readers, listeners, and viewers. That includes wearables, quantified life, automotive, entertainment, and more!

We'll follow up with more details on #CESLIVE as the event approaches. In the meantime, check out the press release below for more details (including sponsorship and interview / product demo opportunities). Then let me know what you want to see from CES 2014!

Geek Beat and Mobile Nations team up for CES Live!

Leading tech sites Geek Beat and Mobile Nations — Android Central, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Phone Central — to provide live coverage, interviews and demos from the floor of the 2014 International CES consumer electronics and technology tradeshow!

LAS VEGAS, NV - (December 5th, 2013) — Geek Beat and Mobile Nations today announced that they are once again joining forces to provide live video coverage of the biggest tech event of the year, the International CES. CES 2014 takes place in Las Vegas, NV, from January 7-10, 2014. Geek Beat and Mobile Nations — which includes the Android Central, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Phone Central family of sites — will host interviews and conduct live product demos from the show floor.

Hosted by podcast pioneer Cali Lewis, tech evangelist John Pozadzides, Android and Google expert Phil Nickinson, BlackBerry champion and Mobile Nations’ Chief Media Officer Kevin Michaluk, Apple analyst Rene Ritchie, and Microsoft and Windows Phone pundit Daniel Rubino, Geek Beat and Mobile Nations’ CES Live coverage will air from the lower level of the South Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center during show floor hours from January 5 to January 10. Each day will feature a steady stream of news and analysis, one-on-one interviews, technology showcases, and more.

“CES is the largest tech event of the year,” said Kevin Michaluk, Chief Media Officer, Mobile Nations. “It’s been around for 40 years, it hosts over 3,200 exhibitors and 152,000 attendees from around the world. After the success we’ve had teaming up with Geek Beat earlier this year for Talk Mobile 2013, we decided to kick off 2014 together with a bang by providing the best live coverage of the biggest show. There’s no event our audience is more excited for, and no better way to bring it to them! ”

“Whether as a sponsoring partner or guest interviewee, the massive web and social reach of Geek Beat and Mobile Nations’ combined audiences makes CES Live the perfect venue for companies to amplify their CES presence,” said John Pozadzides, CEO of Geek Beat. “With over 30 million visitors to our communities per month, nobody else can bring home the live excitement of CES the way we can.”

For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to request to be a guest on CES Live, please contact James Falconer at james@mobilenations.com.

About Mobile Nations

Mobile Nations is the leading network of mobile-focused online communities with more than 27 million readers and 75 million page views per month. Android Central, iMore, Windows Phone Central and CrackBerry form the core of Mobile Nations.

For more information, please visit www.mobilenations.com

About GeekBeat.TV

Geek Beat is one of the world’s most recognizable tech news brands, delivering a daily news show with hosts Cali Lewis and John P., as well as a weekly LIVE show every Friday at 3 p.m. CST, which also airs nationally throughout the week on the YouToo TV network.

For more information, please visit www.geekbeat.tv

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, ZEN and TECH, MacBreak Weekly. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter, App.net, Google+.

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Becjr says:

I can never go into a CES with any one thing that I want to see, it's more exciting to see the things that I did not expect get revealed!
:D

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Eduardo0122 says:

Yay I love this.

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Rowanova says:

Congrats to the Mobile Nations crew. I'm already looking forward to this. Which means congrats to all us viewers too. :)

zdn1042 says:

I'm excited to see all the new cool devices/technologies that they are going to present to us. What a way to start the year!
Rene, you guys better rest up this coming holiday because I bet things will get crazy busy next month for the Mobile Nations family in giving us access to all CES 2014 tech news.

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Brian Sanderson says:

This is great. You guys knocked it out of the park with the Talk Mobile segments this year. Can't wait for the coverage of CES.

Redshirt says:

You're thrilled to announce that you're thrilled to announce? :P

It'll be interesting to see if you can glean anything Applewise out of CES. I don't think they really have much there beyond cases/stands.

asuperstarr says:

I can't wait to see the coverage. I'm sure you guys will provide the complete overview of the event.

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SockRolid says:

Tired - 3D TV.
Wired - 4K TV.

Will be interesting to see what the TV manufacturers will be hyping this year.
From a popcorn-munching perspective. Not from a prospective buyer perspective.

Richard Devine says:

One of the most impressive things for me at these trade shows is the TV's. Hitting the Samsung booth at IFA and being greeted by 100+ inch 4K TV sets puts the nerdgasms into overdrive