Posts: Chip Scarinzi


CES 2020: Why data privacy and security concerns will take center stage

by Chip Scarinzi | September 19, 2019

It’s happening. The summer, it’s almost gone. The kids are back at school. We’re knocking on the door of Fall. And in boardrooms across the business world, a familiar question is raising its head: “How are we going to make this CES our best yet?” The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the biggest tech showcase in […]

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Reflections on SXSW 2019

by Chip Scarinzi | March 15, 2019

SXSW once again stirred intense debate on questions of global significance—questions that, if answered, promise to shape the very foundation of our future on this planet (and beyond!). By the end of the first week, one eternal question remained: Does anyone know how to ride a motorized scooter safely? It’s a question that’s likely to […]

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What to Watch for at SXSW 2019

by Chip Scarinzi | March 7, 2019

SXSW may not be the same event it was 20 years ago, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Its continued evolution from local music event to far-reaching, all-encompassing interactive experience has only served to broaden its appeal and impact. In a few short days, nearly 100,000 people will descend upon the quirky little city […]

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What Did We See at CES? Plenty

by Lisa Sullivan , Melissa Kinch and Chip Scarinzi | January 15, 2019

The robots have left the building. CES 2019 is now in the rear-view mirrors of the more than 182,000 industry attendees, exhibitors and media who spent the better part of a week scrutinizing what’s happening – or being promised – in the wild world of consumer electronics. From rollable TVs to plant-based meat, CES never […]

How Sports Teams Can Better Engage the Next Generation of Fans

How Sports Teams Can Better Engage the Next Generation of Fans

by Chip Scarinzi | March 22, 2018

Early last month I watched the Super Bowl the old-fashioned way: on a television screen in my living room. However, that wasn’t the case for all viewers. In fact, TV viewership dipped to a seven-year low as more and more fans chose one of many live streaming options to consume the biggest football game of […]

Full-Court Press: VR for Sports Fans Needs a New Narrative

Full-Court Press: VR for Sports Fans Needs a New Narrative

by Chip Scarinzi | March 29, 2017

I stepped into the batter’s box at Yankee Stadium with shaky hands and weak knees. Waving the bat above my shoulder, I tried to look the part while Masahiro Tanaka stared down his catcher for the sign. Would he try to blow me away with a mid-90’s fastball? Buckle my knees with a slider? If […]