Three weeks after the death of consumer electronics industry pioneer Jack Wayman, the New York Times published a obituary Wednesday.
The Consumer Electronics Association has released a tribute video to the late executive and CES founder, Jack Wayman, who passed away earlier this week.
Jack Wayman, the founder of International CES and a major figure in the consumer electronics industry across six decades, has died at the age of 92, the Consumer Electronics Association announced Tuesday morning.
Industry legend and longtime CEA executive Jack Wayman passed away over the holiday weekend, and since his death tributes have been rolling in from all over the industry. Our readers are welcome to share their tributes to Wayman in the comments to this post.
In the run-up to the 40th anniversary of the Consumer Electronics Show in 2007, the late Jack Wayman, CES founder, who passed away last week at 92, offered – with characteristic candor – his reflections on the Show and his part in its creation to Dealerscope’s Nancy Klosek. Here are his comments:
The Consumer Electronics Association said this week that it has donated $1 million to the CEA Foundation, in honor of industry pioneer Jack Wayman.