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CTA Promotes Executives to Newly Created Positions

Arlington, VA—The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced two executive promotions involving newly created positions. Karen Chupka, a nearly 30-year employee of CTA, is now...

Profit Prospects: NAB—Just Another Convention, or Is It More?

Since the decline of PMA, our industry has been looking for a trade show or convention to embrace. Thought-leading retailers have been looking for...

DIR’s February 2018 Editor’s Note: Our WPPI Issue & Printing Press

We’re pleased to be devoting this issue of Digital Imaging Reporter to the WPPI Conference & Expo. We are also excited to introduce a...

DIR January 9, 2018 Editor’s Note: Is It January Already?

Every year it seems that January comes just a little bit sooner, and the CES show comes right along with it. We’re pleased to...

Marvelous Flying Machines: Drones Taking Flight into 2018

Drones figured prominently throughout 2017, not just in the skies but also in the headlines and in public scrutiny over what the future holds...

Strategy Session: Nikon—Redefining the Imaging Ecosystem

Bo Kajiwara was recently appointed president of Nikon Inc., the subsidiary of Nikon Corporation for the Americas. Kajiwara transitioned from his role as the...

Younger Millennials Are Driving U.S. Picture Taking: CTA

Arlington, VA—The younger millennials demographic is now taking more photos than any other age group in the United States. According to new research by...

CTA 2018 Executive Board Unveiled

 Arlington, VA—The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), a tech trade association as well as the owner and producer of CES, announced the election of its...

CTA Senior VP Departing after CES 2018

Arlington, VA—The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that Jeff Joseph, CTA senior vice president, Communications and Strategic Relationships, will leave the association following CES...

Selective Focus: photokina Goes “Annual”

You could almost see it coming. In the past two sessions of the previously biennial photokina, there seemed to be a search for identity...