The Consumer Electronics Association has announced the Entertainment Matters Ambassador for the 2015 International CES- and it's "Drumline" star and former MTV host Nick Cannon. Cannon, musician, actor, TV host and longtime electronics industry endorser, will do the honors for the Entertainment Matters event, described by CEA as "a content-focused CES program developed for Hollywood’s film, television and digital communities." Variety is the main sponsor.
Head Monster Noel Lee is “Going Retro” and leaping forward at the same time. The standing room only Monster press conference at International CES revealed his ongoing commitment to the headphone market, a stellar new lineup of partnerships and bringing back the legacy Monster M Series including products such as the M 2.2 speaker cable and heavy duty connectors.
At CE Week this week in New York, Monster announced the launch of the NCredible Headphone Collection, a new, youth-focused line of headphones released in partnership with entertainer Nick Cannon.
The new Ncredible line wouldn’t be a true Monster and celebrity collaboration without two pairs of headphones, so today the company announced the Nergy In-Ear Headphones. The Nergy earphones are the product of Monster’s collaboration with entertainer Nick Cannon. Like their singling headphones, the NTune headphones, the Nergy earphones are make specifically for younger listeners, or just those who can’t afford the more expensive Monster headphones.
Monster has announced the launch of a Youth Empowerment Initiative for the new year. The effort includes partnerships with entertainer Nick Cannon and Segway inventor Dean Kamen, and includes both new products and scientific investments.