CEDIA Expo 2009 attendees preparing to enter the exhibit halls at the Georgia World Congress Center on opening day
Sony's Stan Glasgow (left) and Mike Fasulo flank Dan Schub of ABC Warehouse
Panasonic's Rusty Osterstock (from left) with Bob Perry and Shiro Kitajima outside the truck that demonstrated its 3D HDTV techonology at the show.
TWICE's Marcia Grand at the HTSA reception at CEDIA with (from left) Mitsubishi’s Max Wasinger, Ken Kadis and Gary Watkins
Peter Reiner, senior VP of marketing for LG Electronics, during the company's press conference
Toshiba's (from left) Scott Ramirez, Jim Donahue, Jodi Sally and Jerry Satoren at the HES/PRO reception.
Samsung's John Affriol (left) with Rich Lee of Electronics Expo at the HES/PRO party.
Gary Yacoubian of Monster Cable (left) with with Franklin Karp of Audio Video Systems at the HTSA event
Augusto Cardoso, Pioneer's engineering VP, demonstrates the company's Project eTap entertainment networking technology
Designer and TV host Doug Wilson talks about “technorating” during the LG Electronics press conference.
LG Electronics' Rick Calacci (left) and Jae H. Park at the Home Theater Specialists of America (HTSA) event.
Brand Source's Andy Orozco (from left) with Bell'o International's Howie Cooperstein, Marc Sculler and Jeff Thomas, also of Brand Source
Deborah Smith of the Deborah Smith Group with Brendan Morrissey of AV Net Results at the HTSA reception.
Scott Srolis of Universal Remote Control (left) visits with Bernie Sapienza of HD Radio at the HTSA party.
Jim Minarik of DEI Holdings and his wife Megan at the Home Entertainment Source (HES)/PRO Group reception
Monster Cable's "head monster" Noel Lee during his company's press conference.
David Pidgeon of Starpower (left) and D&M Holding's Bob Weissburg during the HES/PRO gathering.
PRO Group member Bjorn Dybhal of Bjorn's Audio Video (left) with Yamaha's Larry Tucker.
John Affriol of Samsung (left) with Al Waters of Stereo Advantage, a member of PRO
Bill Gates interviewed on CBS' 60 Minutes discusses his plans to eradicate diseases and his friendship with the late Steve Jobs.
CES On The Hill’ with TWICE Editor in Chief Steve Smith and guest CEA President Gary Shapiro. With a special look at products from LG Electronics, Voxx, Dish, Livio and many others.
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer and last August, Apple became the most profitable company of all time on Wall Street.
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