The Consumer Technology Hall of Fame is a prestigious awards program that honors innovators who have made significant contributions to consumer technology.
Launched in 2000, past inductees have advanced how we live, work and play, including the developers of iTunes, the creator of Bluetooth, the co-inventor of the Roomba, the founder of RCA — the U.S.’s first radio company — and more. Each CT Hall of Fame class welcomes a new group of inventors, engineers, business leaders, retailers and journalists.
We are seeking nominations for the next class of industry pioneers.
Deadline: Oct. 31
Eligibility criteria for induction:
We are looking for judges to help us recognize the next class of industry pioneers.
Deadline: Oct. 20
The judging panel will include:
Please note: Judges must disclose if they are an associate or are or have previously been employed by a nominee or nominee’s company. Judges must recuse themselves from voting for that nominee.
As a judge, you will be responsible for reviewing the nominations over a specific period in November 2023. Additional details will be shared if you are selected.
View highlights from the 2022 Hall of Fame dinner held in New York City.
Video and Audio Center, 2015 Hall of Fame
Dealerscope, 2021 Hall of Fame
Formerly TWICE, 2016 Hall of Fame