CES 2020 is upon us. CES is the world’s leading consumer electronics trade show, and we’re bringing our veteran team of tech experts to cover the hottest products, press events, new brands, emerging technologies, rising stars, and much more.
It’s our role, as tech experts, to cut through the noise, and highlight only the best.
But coming to CES doesn’t guarantee success for either attending media or tech companies. Here’s why: With over 175,000 people attending, nearly 3 million square feet of exhibitor space to cover, hundreds of meetings to attend, tens of thousands of brands, and over 100,000 new individual product announcements, it’s daunting to say the least.
We’re highly selective of whom we choose to invite onto our broadcast platform. We look for the cream of the crop, the best products and exhibitors from the show. If you think you have what it takes, the first step towards securing a coveted slot in our booth schedule is to let us know you are at CES. That is why we invite you to apply for potential coverage with Android Authority and its sister sites below.
Once selected, you will be eligible to receive VIP service from our expert CES broadcast team, who will work with you before your on-site arrival to understand your brand and product. Once you get to the show, all you really have to do is come to our booth with your product, and let the magic happen.
Android Authority, SoundGuys, DroneRush, and DGiT have a social audience of over 8 million followers, and reach an overall audience of 20 million savvy, early-adopter technology enthusiasts each and every month. We’re an independent media company that aspires to produce the very best content for our loyal audience, and with CES being the ultimate proving ground, we come battle ready to uncover the best tech.
Our presence at CES 2019 was substantial, but we’ve grown significantly as a publication in the intervening year, so we expect even higher audience engagement and brand visibility. A roundup of last year’s CES coverage can be found here, and you can see our previous CES award winners here and our 2018 winners here. Our CES 2019 coverage reached millions of early adopters, with us reviewing many of the products we spent our time with in Las Vegas as the year went on. Also, be sure to check out SoundGuys’ coverage from last year’s CES here and catch up on the 2018 winners here.
Once again, Android Authority will be holding our annual CES Top Picks Awards where we award the best products and innovations in the industry. For the early submission of embargoed products for CES 2020 awards consideration, you can find the submission form at the link below. Android Authority honors all embargoes.
If you have something exciting in store for CES, we’d love to hear about it. Please fill out the form below, and let us handle the rest.