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CNBC Launches the "CES Stocks to Watch"

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., January 7, 2008-CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced the launch of the "CES Stocks to Watch"-a list of 95 companies publicly traded in the U.S. that could be impacted by news at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV (Monday, January 7-Wednesday, January 10).

Companies featured on CNBC's "CES Stocks to Watch" must fit one of the following criteria: an exhibitor at CES, a consumer electronics supplier/content provider or a consumer electronics retailer.

Beginning today, CNBC's "CES Stocks to Watch" is available on the network's website, CNBC.com, and can be easily accessed remotely by going to http://bb.cnbc.com from your Blackberry® and downloading the CNBC icon. This feature enables anyone to follow these stocks from anywhere as news is announced at the conference.

In addition, CNBC.com will have extensive on-the-ground coverage of CES including blogs and stories about the technology, companies and players at the show. The website will also feature slideshows and video of the new products and technology, a special edition of CNBC's Jim Goldman's Tech Check blog and highlights of the special four-part series, "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch: Road to CES," hosted by Donny Deutsch and made possible by OPEN from American Express. For more information regarding this additional coverage, go to: Ces08.cnbc.com.




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