CEA Inducts Industry Leaders into 2007 Hall of Fame
Oct 24, 2007
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The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) elected 11 industry leaders into its CE Hall of Fame.
The 11 new members are:
- Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft
- Dr. Amar Bose, founder and chairman of Bose Corp.
- William G. Crutchfield Jr., founder and CEO of Crutchfield Corp.
- James Edward Day, counsel, who represented CEA in the landmark Betamax case
- John McDonald, president of Casio Europe and Casio America, Inc.
- Steven Sasson, inventor of the digital camera at Eastman Kodak Co.
- Richard M. "Dick" Schulze, founder and chairman of Best Buy
- Art Weinberg, journalist, who covered the CE industry for Home Furnishings Daily
- Dr. Karlheinz Brandenburg, Dr. Heinz Gerhäuser and Dr. Dieter Seitzer, co-developers of the MP3 format
The Hall of Fame inductees were chosen by a panel of industry judges from nominations submitted by industry professionals.
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