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Computer Talk Radio (March 31st-April 6th, 2012)

From: Benjamin Rockwell
Series: Computer Talk Radio (54 Minute)
Length: 54:00

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Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting March 31st, 2012. Benjamin Rockwell opens with the news, about Apple reaching 1/2 of all households, Facebook warnings about passwords, on-line movie watching surpassing DVD sales, and more. Benjamin then talked with Nick Bradley from IBM about the latest X-Force report (the reports on the bad guys). Following that, he spoke with Deb Shadovitz on the issues of being in a foreign country, and the disconnects from technology we take for granted. Benjamin then covers a number of open source and free alternatives to paid software packages. Benny joins for a few minutes with another update on Mass Effect, and how the Unreal Video Game Engine is being leveraged by the US Government for training. Benjamin then closes out the hour with a commentary on large companies supplying support to small companies, and the folly of some of these moves. Read the full description.

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Piece Description

Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting March 31st, 2012. Benjamin Rockwell opens with the news, about Apple reaching 1/2 of all households, Facebook warnings about passwords, on-line movie watching surpassing DVD sales, and more. Benjamin then talked with Nick Bradley from IBM about the latest X-Force report (the reports on the bad guys). Following that, he spoke with Deb Shadovitz on the issues of being in a foreign country, and the disconnects from technology we take for granted. Benjamin then covers a number of open source and free alternatives to paid software packages. Benny joins for a few minutes with another update on Mass Effect, and how the Unreal Video Game Engine is being leveraged by the US Government for training. Benjamin then closes out the hour with a commentary on large companies supplying support to small companies, and the folly of some of these moves.

Broadcast History

Currently broadcast weekly on 8 terrestrial broadcast stations, and TheRadioFactory.com. Contact Benjamin for information on carrying this show in a customized format for your station.

Timing and Cues

The show does not mention time. The provided break inserts are optional, and may be replaced with your own content. Current content is PSA and sponsor notices (all compliant with FCC non-commercial guidelines). Shows each week are identical length segments for easier programming. Please note that there are adjustments available in timing, to more closely match your stations schedule if you wish to make Computer Talk Radio a regular part of your lineup.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Misc Bumpers (royalty free) Benjamin Rockwell (show host) none. none 2012 :00

Related Website

http://www.ComputerTalkRadio.com