New CEA Working Group Melds Content with CE
CEA's new Device, Apps and Content (DAC) working group to unite content creators, app developers and consumer electronics manufacturers.
The Consumer Electronics Association has formed a new working group called Device, Apps and Content (DAC) to unite content providers and consumer electronics (CE) device manufacturers.
The group will be a collaboration among device manufacturers, content creators, aggregators and app developers to increase and enhance consumer availability of content and apps on CE devices.
“Our aim is to transform content convergence so that consumers have better access to what they want directly from their electronic devices,” says Jason Oxman, SVP, industry affairs for CEA.
The DAC working group is chaired by Bryan Burns, VP of strategic business planning for ESPN.
The first meeting will take place via teleconference on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012.
For more information, or to join the DAC working group, contact Kinsey Fabrizio at [email protected].
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