Vimeo.com articulated today that it plans to send a stories crew to CES 2010 to cover the most recent technology aimed toward content creators. Vimeo staff, known for their own creative productions, and controlled by Vimeo's Community Director, Blake Whitman, will produce video news stories that are educational, academic, and entertaining.
Video stories segments will be posted to Vimeo every day in the show and will highlight some of the coolest products, services, and accessories that are interesting to its members. The goal is to help Vimeo members expand their creative processes. Vimeo is inspiring its community to voice what they would like it to cover during CES by posting their ideas and interests online at http://vimeo.com
This guarantees that Vimeo provides CES content that relates to the categorical desires and interests of its members. Spectators can watch Vimeo's news stories at the Vimeo CES Channel, http://vimeo.com / ces.
"Vimeo's goal is to provide our members with an environment that inspires learning, teaching, and sharing," related Blake Whitman, Community Director at Vimeo. "As we cover CES, we've got a responsibility to not only report what we find in a correct demeanour, but to present it in a creative, and entertaining fashion. We are expecting to have a large amount of fun with this assignment while providing the members with reports they can use.”