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CNBC’s Tech Week Culminates with CES Shows

CNBC_12.29.jpgCNBC is calling this first week of 2010 “Tech Week,” featuring special coverage across the network and ending with live reports and anchored shows from the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

It’s Apple night tomorrow and Tuesday with two documentaries: “Welcome To Macintosh” and “MacHEADS” which tell the story of how Apple came to be.

Wednesday, at 10pmET, CNBC’s David Faber presents “Marriage from Hell: Breakup of AOL Time Warner.” And Thursday, at 10pmET, “Plant of the Apps” hosted by CNBC’s Scott Wapner.

CNBC will broadcast live from CES Thursday and Friday as Maria Bartiromo anchors “Closing Bell” and “The Wall Street Journal Report” from NBC Universal’s studio at the show. NBC Universal is the CES broadcast partner.

CNBC’s Media & Entertainment Reporter Julia Boorstin, and CNBC’s Silicon Valley Bureau Chief Jim Goldman, will provide coverage and interviews from CES throughout CNBC’s Business Day programming.

CES_.png• I’ll be covering CES again this year for several mediabistro.com blogs including TVNewser, WebNewser and eBookNewser

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