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The Communicators Visits CES International

Las Vegas, NV
Saturday, March 2, 2013

This weekend The Communicators airs the sixth in a series of interviews taped at the CES International, a show sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association in Las Vegas. The interviews highlight some of the newest developments in TV and communications and consumer technology, as well as policy issues flowing from them.

The interviews were conducted in January at CES.

C-SPAN tours parts of the CES show with Troy Wolverton, a technology columnist with a leading newspaper in Silicon Valley, the San Jose Mercury News. We also talk about technology developments with him.

Updated: Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 1:20pm (ET)

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