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Enjoy the Music.com Launches CES / THE Show 2009 Preview Report

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Enjoy the Music.com Launches CES / THE Show 2009 Preview Report

(December 4, 2008) Internet website Enjoy the Music.com has launched their CES / THE Show 2009 preview, which will feature many new and innovative products that will be shown January in Las Vegas. As the industry’s foremost authority and leading provider of event coverage worldwide for well over a decade, Enjoy the Music.com’s efforts continue to be recognized within the field of consumer electronics including the President of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Of note is that editor Steven R. Rochlin was a panelist within CEA’s first seminar concerning online activities, which took place well over a decade ago during the Internet’s infancy. Recently, Enjoy the Music.com hosted an important seminar at the RMAF event concerning digital music delivery.

“As the fourteenth consecutive CES coverage, and tenth consecutive for THE Show, our immense readership expects and receives thorough and in-depth coverage of these important Las Vegas events,” says editor Steven R. Rochlin. “With well over 110 event reports online to date, Enjoy the Music.com continues to provide industry-leading information available to tens of millions of consumers worldwide. As members of our staff are located on virtually every continent within the world, this provides our readers with a wide range of information not equaled by single-county efforts. This year’s CES and THE Show coverage will add to the wide array of state-of-the-art consumer electronics information to Enjoy the Music.com’s worldwide audience.”

The 2009 CES / THE show preview is now online and will be regularly updated until the first day of these events. To see what is currently online, visit www.EnjoyTheMusic.com/ces2009/

About Enjoy the Music.com
Enjoy the Music.com is the Web’s leading information site for high-end audiophile consumer electronics equipment and music since 1995. Since that time, the site continually receives critical acclaim from both the industry and consumers worldwide. Enjoy the Music.com features three in-house equipment review magazines plus is affiliated with five prominent print publications. In-house is our Review Magazine, Superior Audio, and DIY Magazine while we are official Internet partners with The Absolute Sound, hi-fi+, The Audiophile Voice, Sound Practices and The $ensible Sound. On the development side, Enjoy the Music.com is the only specialty audio site with its own Web browser, RSS feed, and graphical links for users of QR Code and Semacode.

Note to journalists: Official logos and graphics are located at www.enjoythemusic.com/press/

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