Saturday, January 06, 2007

G4TechTV Canada's Attack of the Show broadcasts live from the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show

CNW Telbec: "TV's most in-depth coverage of world-renowned gadget and gaming nirvana

TORONTO, Jan. 5 /CNW/ - Gleaming big-screen plasma TVs, the coolest
gadgets, newest tech and the greatest games! G4techTV Canada will be in the
thick of an electronic treasure trove when Attack of the Show heads to Las
Vegas for a special two-hour broadcast from the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show
(CES), the world's largest annual consumer electronics show.
Attack of the Show hosts Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn and tech reporter
Wil O'Neal will offer television's most in-depth coverage of CES 2007 on
Thursday, January 11 with a two-hour special from 9:00-11:00 PM ET/PT. This
special broadcast will give viewers an all-access pass to the convention and
will drill down through the sensory overload of technology's latest and
greatest products to highlight the 'best in show,' exclusively for G4techTV
Canada's tech-addicted fans."

Programming highlights will include: The Best of CES: Attack of the Show will scour the show floor to find thebest products from gaming technology and personal computers to digital camerasand portable MP3 and video players. Video games at CES: Gaming will have a bigger presence at the conventionthan ever before with the introductions of the Gaming TechZone. Attack of theShow will feature the best of the latest gaming news from the show floor. Weirdness at CES: Attack of the Show will find some of the most off-beatand unbelievable products out there. Wil O'Neal will get his expert hands onthe latest products that may blow your mind. Bill Gates keynote address: Every year, Bill Gates sets the stage for theweek of CES by announcing what Microsoft has in the pipeline. Attack of theShow will provide the highlights from one of the world's leading technologyinnovators. History of CES: As CES celebrates its 40th anniversary, Attack of theShow will look back at some of the groundbreaking moments that have takenplace at the show.

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