Monday 15th August 2011. The Tech Talk Radio
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This week on Tech Talk Radio: Episode 345, which is Ep 33 / 2011.
- Hacker group Anonymous threatens to take down Facebook on the 5th of November
- The latest report from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman
- Google announces the availability of games in its new social network, Google+
- New South Wales backs an R18+ video game rating
- ...AND... Dr Ron has been AWOL since last week's show - where could he possibly be?
Tech Talk Radio: now available on the Community Radio Network
Do you volunteer at one of Australia's many fine community radio stations? If so, you'll know how easy it is to run content from the CRN on your station. Tech Talk Radio is now available for live playout or pre-record at 10am every Friday.
We're producing a special 56-minute version of Tech Talk Radio for the CRN. But don't be shy! If you'd like to run the full two-hour version, this can be downloaded from our website.
From the website, you can also download program artwork, promo bases (with space for you to tag your station), and promos that advertise our CRN timeslot. Also, it's a great way for you and your listeners to communicate with us; after all, radio is an interactive medium.
What is Tech Talk Radio?
Tech Talk Radio, now in its 7th year, is an informative and entertaining talk show heard on free to air radio as well as streamed live to the world every week, and via podcast.
Each week we present current technology news and views from Australia and abroad. We're independent and non-biased, providing consumers with valuable information to help make educated decisions when it comes to technology.
We're not what you'd call geeks or nerds, just passionate users of today's technology in our personal and professional lives.
We're not too techy. Our target market is consumers, who are keen to make sense of current tech news, along with mums and dads who just want to know what the kids are up to, or what gift to buy that tech-savvy person in their life. There's a touch of politics, mixed with a blend of consumer awareness and humour.
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