Entrepreneur, actor and record producer Nick Cannon will serve as the Entertainment Matters Ambassador for the 2015 International CES, announced the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA®) today. Sponsored by Variety, Entertainment Matters is a content-focused CES program developed for Hollywood’s film, television and digital communities. The 2015 CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies and is scheduled for January 6-9, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada. “I look forward to attending CES to see the future of technology and entertainment and to do my part to make that future more entertaining and fun. I can’t wait to be in Vegas for CES this January!” The Entertainment Matters Ambassador illuminates CES’ focus on collaboration between the entertainment and technology industries. Cannon will advocate for uniting entertainment thought leaders, who are at the forefront of digital content creation, with innovative executives and entrepreneurs who are developing the next generation of breakthrough technology products and services. “As a successful entrepreneur, producer, actor and television host, Nick Cannon is the perfect ambassador for the 2015 CES Entertainment Matters program,” said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, events and conferences, CEA. “Nick’s multifaceted career is a vivid testimony to the importance of – and the opportunities presented by – merging content and technology to create the next-generation of entertainment. And that is what the CES Entertainment Matters program is all about.” “I am honored to serve as the 2015 CES Entertainment Matters Ambassador,” said Cannon. “I look forward to attending CES to see the future of technology and entertainment and to do my part to make that future more entertaining and fun. I can’t wait to be in Vegas for CES this January!” Cannon is currently the host of America’s Got Talent at Radio City Music Hall, New York City, where he has helped draw in record-breaking viewership to the show. Behind the scenes, Cannon produces TV and film projects through his multi-media company NCredible Entertainment. Some of Cannon’s current projects include TeenNick’s Annual “Halo Awards,” which honors teenagers for outstanding community service, a music countdown show hosted by Cannon called “TeenNick Top 10,” and Cannon’s first studio film directorial debut “School Dance” for Lions Gate. Cannon has expanded on his entertainment know-how by delving into the technology sector, creating products with heavy multimedia usage in mind. His collection of Monster “NCredible” high-end headphones are marketed to sound-quality aficionados, teens, and music artists looking for a product that synergizes style and top audio quality components. Cannon also created a line of tablets sold through QVC with affordability and features that enable connectivity on-the-go.