Norm Levy on Mashable Panel: CE LineShow NYC 2011

Norm Levy
Founder & Lead Shouter

Norm Levy has always been in the forefront of new technology.  In the year 2000, he established his first Start-up called Media Street, in which he developed one of the world’s first digital ink and paper solutions that would allow you to print digital photos that were tested and rated to last beyond 100 years before noticeable fading or color shift. Media Street sold its ink and papers to more than 100 countries before Levy sold the business.  During the height of its sales of products used for the “print” side of digital photographs, Levy had the foresight to develop and manufacture one of the first lines of Digital Photo Frames that would allow you to view, rather than have to print, your digital photos 24/7, at any time, anywhere.

Levy developed one of the first Digital Photo Frames that would allow photos to wirelessly stream to the Frame from a web platform.  LifeGoRound was demonstrated by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, at a Walter Mossberg Conference in Silicon Valley and was Levy’s first social web platform that lead to his “Aha” moment to create ShoutOmatic.

Shoutomatic, Levy’s latest start-up, allows you to record “Audible Status Updates” (Shouts) that automatically post to your Twitter and Facebook streams adding authenticity, emotion and tonality that is not possible with 140 characters of text alone. Oh, and by the way, you can also share photos to your social networks using ShoutOmatic with the added ability of telling your friends and followers all about them with your own voice.


CEA LINE SHOWS Returns To NYC June 22-23, 2011

Highlights Include: Conference Program, New Product Showcases and Official CE Industry Mid-year Report

WHAT: CEA Line Shows, the CE industry’s official mid-year conference and tech showcase, will be returning to New York City on June 22-23, 2011. This trade-only event attracted more than 1500 media, NY-area retailers and thought leaders from across the country this past June.

WHERE: 7 West 34th St. (just west of Fifth Avenue), New York, will feature manufacturer line shows for media and dealers, press conferences, a media luncheon and reception, and CEA’s state of the industry mid-year analyst briefing.

WHY: The New York City location and important mid-year timing are ideal for NYC-area media looking to experience the latest technology products to feature in summer vacation, back to school and holiday gift-giving previews. These events will showcase the coolest new tech products soon to be hitting stores shelves and are a can’t-miss opportunity for the local, trade, business and technology media.

WHO: CEA’s member companies will hold line shows and press conferences and CEA will unveil mid-year market research and analysis. Key industry analysts, business leaders and columnists will be presenting exclusive data and insights in presentations and on panels.


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