The past five years, TPN has produced more than 600 CES on-floor video interviews, reaching an average of 12 million unique viewers each year.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 2, 2010
A vital presence at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the past five years, Tech Podcast Network (TPN) will be more omnipresent than ever at the Jan. 6-9, 2011, show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Millions of consumers have followed TPN coverage as it provides audiences the most advanced technology information by featuring real tech personalities in the thick of the event seeking extraordinary, innovative and unusual products. In 2011, TPN will host a live broadcast booth in the heart of the exhibit hall, where it will stream more than 35 hours of coverage and provide expanded newscasting through affiliate members. The TPN.tv site will be the site to follow for live coverage and to gain access to all of the master content from the show.
TPN affiliate shows represented include: Geek News Central, hosted by Todd Cochrane; SDR News, Andy McCaskey; Geekazine, Jeffrey Powers; Westside Gadget Guy, Karl Susman; MRNetcast, Esby Larsen; Fogview Podcast, Tom Newman.
The past five years, TPN has produced more than 600 CES on-floor video interviews, reaching an average of 12 million unique viewers each year. In 2010, TPN was invited by NBC Universal to produce two live streaming events on its main stage. During those events, the TPN team interviewed 10 separate companies and had a live active audience of more than 10,000 viewers. See the 2010 recorded coverage here http://bit.ly/nbcuni1, http://bit.ly/nbcunib.
TPN coverage includes four video elements:
Live Stream: TPN will stream live from its broadcast booth during open show hours interviewing four to six high profile guests each hour. The stream will be simulcast on multiple TPN partner sites as well as rebroadcast after hours.
TPN Pick of the Day (TPOD): Each day, TPN will host a special wrap-up show covering five to seven product or demo highlights. Only the most interesting products of the day are featured. The four 2010 TPOD videos averaged 155,000 views each within 72 hours of release.
Product Videos: TPN show hosts will also produce on average 140 product interviews from the show floor and at evening "Press Only" events. The product videos are then professionally post-produced and released after the show.
Backchannel Videos: Backchannel videos show the process TPN goes through to plan and execute the event. Backchannel videos highlight the hard work, boredom, excitement, challenge, aggravation, frustration and exhaustion faced by the team. In 2010 TPN released nearly 40 hours of unedited backchannel content.
In 2010, TPN established additional viewing and listing options as a top-tier channel on the Roku set-top box. It has similar placement on Boxee's directory and is creating apps for other platforms such as VuDu and Samsung.
A limited number of Live Channel, Product Video and Backchannel sponsorships are still available, providing an opportunity for companies to have their product or service message integrated into the TPN coverage.
Hundreds of thousands of consumers eager to see the new tech toys and trends setting the pace in 2011 will follow TPN's coverage of CES, returning for authentic insight into products, and foresights that they have come to trust.
For more details or information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Todd Cochrane at 808-741-4923 or ceo(at)rawvoice(dot)com.