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CES 2015 bloopers: Agh! It’s like sex!

By Jaime Rivera January 14, 2015, 2:13 pm

Covering one of the biggest trade shows of the planet can be tough, and CES 2015 was no exception. From long flight hours, to long walks every day, to long lines to get parking, coffee, or even to go to the bathroom, we could tell you so many stories of how the most basic things can become stressful. An example is how we do video in a show like CES. You’d think that after uploading an average of 1,000 videos a year, we’d already have this video thing figured out, right? Well, you’re wrong, and we’ve got nearly 7 minutes of footage to prove it.

Join us for our usual round of CES bloopers, as we show you just how much we can all suck on camera, and how much we have fun doing so as well. Our shift to voice-over trade show videos has done a good job at helping us enhance your viewing experience, and also saving us from many of these bloopers, but you know how Murphy’s Law works.

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