Brief news items and worthy reads, another round of articles stemming from CES. Read on for connected cars vs radio; Pandora SVP’s car talk; and iHeart partners for VR. Continue Reading
A study presented at CES reveals consumer interest in a range of music delivery options. Of the more than 4,000 respondents, wireless providers emerged as a strongly preferred music delivery provider. Continue Reading
WiFi speakers have been a recurring topic of interest at CES, and this year’s show has not disappointed. Several tech companies, both large and small, have presented new products in this vertical.
We knew going in that CES 2016 would be a showcase for technology exploring the topic of high-res audio. More and more brands have hopped on the hi-res bandwagon, many of them at slightly less exorbitant prices. That change on the business end could mean that this year marks a shift in how the general consumer thinks about audio quality. Continue Reading
Brief news items and worthy reads about the latest happenings from CES 2016. Sony debuts a turntable; New Google Cast partners; and new products from Pioneer. Continue Reading
iHeartMedia is at CES this week, and issued a press release sharing its newest tech integrations. The company’s iHeartRadio streaming audio platform will now be available on several additional home and wearable technology platforms. Continue Reading
Whether you’re on the show floor or just following the action from home on livestreams and social media, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show promises to have lots of valuable insights for the digital audio industry. This year, we could see developments in topics such as connected cars, home audio, audio quality, mobile devices, headphones, digital distribution, and advertising technology. Continue Reading