CES® 2022 concluded Jan. 7, with 2,300 exhibiting companies (including more than 800 startups) and over 40,000 attendees in-person, across 11 indoor and outdoor venues in Las Vegas. That compares to 182K+ total attendants and 4.4K+ companies exhibiting in 2019. Despite the surge of the Omicron variant, the show saw 30% of this year’s attendees travel from outside the U.S., representing 119 countries. Those in the industry unable to attend CES in- person can access the show digitally through Jan. 31. CES.tech features highlights from the show including keynotes, sessions, product announcements and show floor coverage.
NAB Show is partnering with the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) to present educational workshops taught by prominent cinematographers. The in-person workshops will take place April 24-25 at NAB Show in Las Vegas and cover cinematic techniques in lighting. NAB Show is developing the workshops in coordination with the newly formed Cine Consortium. Register here.
RØDE has introduced the VideoMic GO II, an ultra-lightweight, compact shotgun microphone designed for content creators. It features a USB-C output for plugging directly into smartphones, tablets and computers, and an acoustic design, fully compatible with RØDE Connect podcasting and streaming software.