CES 2012: Spike TV's Live Coverage Adds Zachary Levi, Felicia Day, and 50 Cent (Video)
Guest hosted by Eliza Dushku and iJustine, the cable channel will broadcast from Las Vegas starting at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT.
If you can’t be at CES 2012, why not watch Eliza Dushku or iJustine try out the latest in tech gizmos for you?
As the official broadcaster for CES 2012, the largest consumer technology tradeshow in the world, Spike TV is airing CES All Access Live from the event in Las Vegas starting Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT.
On Monday, the cable channel announced its lineup of interviews including Chuck’s Zachary Levi, The Guild’s Felicia Day, rappers 50 Cent and Ludacris, and Public Enemy’s Hank Shocklee (who, by the way, was also the sound designer for the broadcast), as well as executives from Yahoo!, Nintendo, Google TV, Hulu, Spotify, Microsoft, Sony, XboxLive, Netflix, CEA and more.
The broadcast will be hosted by GTTV’s Geoff Keighley, Dushku of Dollhouse and Buffy fame, viral internet video star Justine Ezarik aka iJustine with tech reporters KTLA’s Rich DeMuro, Gizmodo’s Sam Biddle and Joe Brown, and writer/actress Jessie Cantrell.
Spike TV has a lot more planned during CES All Access Live, including audience participation with the hosts via Twitter and Facebook, and its list of the “Top Ten CES Game Moments of All Time,” which will culminate with its presentation of “Spike’s CES 2011 Game Changer” award at Tryst Nightclub at the Wynn Las Vegas -- which Dushku will be hosting, as well.
You can watch the live coverage on Spike or online and on your mobile phone or tablet at Spike.com, GameTrailers.com, Gizmodo.com and Yahoo.com.
Watch the promo below.
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