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CES and the future of virtual tech events

As CES 2021 opens virtually, our panelists discuss the impact of tech events going online, how TV news production has adapted to remote working and what these shifts mean for the future of broadcast news. This week we are joined by a very special guest and CES regular:

  • Lara Lewington, TV presenter

Lara has reported for the BBC’s flagship technology programme, Click, since 2011 and co-presented the show since 2018. Since March 2020 Lara has been presenting Click from a home studio. She has an interest in testing tech and gadgets that aid and improve lives. Her tech expertise has been called on by Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, BBC1 Breakfast, Radio 5 Live, and more. She has also spent four years writing a gadget column for Woman magazine.

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