Crowd Funding for Live Stream Coverage at CES 2014

Support our coverage of health technology and more at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) in Las Vegas. Every year we head out there to cover the show and you get to watch us streaming live from the show plus the hundreds of videos released afterwards from the whole team at Tech Podcasts Network (including Health Tech Weekly).

Check out the funding rewards and backer levels at https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/tpn-livestream-at-ces-2014. You can also learn more by viewing the video below!

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TPN-TV-LogoTPN.TV began covering CES in 2007 with only two people and a camera. By 2010, the crew had grown to 15 people, as we livestreamed our first event from the NBC Universal booth. The numbers were so successful the crew decided to take things to the next level. In 2011, we rented a booth and launched TPN Live.

In the seven years TPN has been bringing great CES content to you, producing thousands of video reviews and interviews. This is no easy feat, with interviews and video production consuming our days and the posting of all this great information for you to see consuming our nights.

“We are the smallest group of folks that create the largest amount of content,” says Todd Cochrane, CEO of RawVoice and GeekNewsCentral. “I am really excited about all the outstanding individuals and organizations supporting us on the crowdfund.”

– See more at: https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/tpn-livestream-at-ces-2014

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3-4 Floor teams plus the Livestream Booth…

To make sure TPN best covers the event, three or fourcrews scour the halls for the most innovative content while another crew conducts interviews at the booth — all this in addition to live-bloggers, photographers and others who make this event run smoothly.

Looking To You – the viewer

Every year we look for sponsors to help us cover costs; they have been — and continue to be — amazing. But, let’s face it, bringing you the best and the brightest and the newest and the trendiest tech gear and gadgets is expensive. By crowdfunding, we’ve found a means to not only support our team and the end product, we’ve found another way to help you be a part of TPN at CES.

With your help, we hope to raise $5,000 to bring the staff needed to cover this marathon event, cover expenses and bring you the best product and tech advances on the spot and down the road.

“Going to CES for this coverage opportunity is one of my favorite things to do,” says Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine. “I have seen gadgets before they come out to the public, I have been able to talk with the creators and get their points of view and I’ve even met a couple of celebrities also at the event…”

Great rewards for great people!

Everyone who donates will get their name linked on TPN.TV/Backers. Our friends at CafePress are helping us with T-Shirts to give to you starting at the $25 contribution level. JustStand.org has also thrown in a few X25 TV mounting brackets for your home theater system! Not to mention Jeffrey Powers’ “Day with the Podcast Coach” so you can get your podcast started.

Help us connect you

Help us give you the tech content you crave. This year, you can look forward to getting more entertaining content out faster. Count on TPN to bring you the fastest and freshest content out there. –

See more at: https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/tpn-livestream-at-ces-2014#sthash.Ndlifbmh.dpuf

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The Crew:

  • – Todd Cochrane – Geek News Central
  • – Jeffrey Powers – Geekazine
  • – Andy McCaskey – SDRNews
  • – Jamie Davis – the Podmedic
  • – Don Baine – Gadget Professor
  • – Mike Baine – Gadget Professor
  • – Nicholas DiMeo – F5
  • – Scott Ertz – F5
  • – Nakia Mann – F5
  • – Andrew “Hard Hat” Smith – GeoCaching Podcast
  • – Daniel J. Lewis – the Ramen Noodle
  • – Jack Ellis – Our production guru
  • – Chris Davis – Production assistant
  • – Cherrie Cochrane – Our administrative assistant
  • – Chris Montera – GeekyMedic
  • – Anne Montera – Geekymedic
  • – Rob Greenlee – My Digital Life
  • and more to come…

See more photos and all the fun backer levels at for our CES Live Stream Backers at https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/tpn-livestream-at-ces-2014.

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