Fierce team will be everywhere at CTIA

The International CTIA Wireless 2009 conference in Las Vegas is just weeks away and the Fierce editorial team is gearing up to bring you all the latest news from CTIA.  Once again we will be producing the exclusive online Show Daily, complete with breaking news and photos.  You will be able to find all our coverage at www.CTIALive.com and in our wireless newsletters: FierceWireless, FierceMobileContent, FierceBroadbandWireless, FierceDeveloper and FierceWireless:Europe

Our top-notch editorial team will be covering the keynotes, press conferences, panel sessions and trolling the show floor so we can bring you all the key news. Our veteran reporters will be covering the following beats:

  • Lynnette Luna ([email protected]) will be handling wireless broadband, WiMAX, LTE and 4G
  • Jason Ankeny ([email protected]) will be handling all mobile entertainment, developer and applications news
  • Phil Goldstein ([email protected]) will cover devices, chipsets, and emerging apps such as LBS and mobile payments
  • Dan O'Shea ([email protected]) will handle all wireline/wireless convergence and backhaul

For companies interested in getting coverage, please send any press releases available in advance (we honor embargoes) to [email protected]  Deadline for advance releases for the Show Daily is March 25. However, we are flexible. If you have press releases that aren't available until the show, please send them to me and to Lynnette Luna ([email protected]). Please remember, we are focused on news at the show so our reporters will have limited (if any) time for informational meetings. Priority will be given to companies that are announcing news at the show.

Of course, the online CTIA Show Daily is only part of what the Fierce team will be doing at the show. We will also be hosting our second "Path to 4G" co-located conference April 1.  I'll be chairing the event and we have a great lineup of top speakers including Clearwire President & Chief Architect Barry West; Glenn Lurie, AT&T's president of emerging devices; Anthony Lewis, vice president of Open Development at Verizon and more.  Check out the agenda here.  --Sue

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