Arlington, Va. - Paul Otellini of Intel and actress Eliza Dushku will both play roles at International CES in
2012, to be held Jan. 10-13 in Las Vegas.
Otellini, president/CEO of Intel, returns as a keynote
speaker on Day One of the 2012 CES,
Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 4:30 p.m. in The Venetian.
Actress Eliza Dushku will join the
Entertainment Matters Program as the entertainment matters ambassador.
president and CEO, CEA, said in a statement, "We are thrilled to welcome Paul
Otellini back to the CES keynote stage to share his strategic vision for Intel
and the future of consumer technology."
Intel's fifth CEO in May 2005. Other keynotes at the 2012 CES include
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer, Mercedes-Benz's Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Qualcomm's Dr.
Paul Jacobs and Ericsson's Hans Vestberg. The CES keynotes will take place in
both the Venetian and the Las Vegas Hilton Theater.
As a part of Dushku's
ambassadorship of the second annual Entertainment Matters Program, Dushku will
contribute to Spike TV's "CES All Access Live" broadcast coverage throughout
CES and will also host the network's exclusive VIP CES party at Tryst Nightclub
in the Wynn Las Vegas.
Eliza Dushku rose to fame with her
role in "Buffy the Vampire
Slayer" and its spinoff series "Angel." She
is also a prominent figure in the digital entertainment community, boasting more
than 1 million highly engaged Twitter followers, appearing in a number of
original digital entertainment series including "The Guild,"
and having appeared in a number of major video games, such as the lead role in Bethesda
Softworks' hit game, Wet, and the most recent entry in Electronic Arts' successful Fight Night
Entertainment Matters at CES is
designed by and for Hollywood's film, television and digital communities.
The 2012 Entertainment Matters at CES Program
is sponsored by Variety and Ericsson. The Screen Actors Guild is an associate
sponsor of the program. Highlights of Entertainment Matters at the 2012
International CES include:
Academy of Web Television (IAWTV)'s inaugural IAWTV Awards, the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards, the Next
Generation Program, an invitation-only,
custom experience for Hollywood's next generation of leaders; and
the Red Carpet Program,
an exclusive, invitation-only VIP program open to a select list of executives,
directors, producers and talent.