We’re not out in Las Vegas this week for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (we’re a bit jealous of anyone who is), but we’ll definitely be keeping our eyes on what’s coming out of the event.
The Business Insider is predicting 10 trends for this year’s CES, and we’re eager to hear more about #4:

Content generally takes a backseat at CES, but this year the show devotes an entire day-long track, called “Content, Creativity and Cash,” to emerging paid models for content and how net-connected TVs, e-readers, tablets and mobile phones enable this new ecosystem. Not surprising: CBS and NBC Universal both have big stakes in how the CE industry interacts with content and both have huge roles in this year’s show, the former as owner of CNET and the latter as official TV sponsor (CNBC broadcasts from the floor).