The GFQ Network (All Shows)
Summary: About the Network:````Guys From Queens Network Inc. Is a web based television network covering a wide variety of topics from Technology to Entertainment. Produced out of our Queens NYC studio, our web shows feature a wide range of guests, comedians, technologists, authors and broadcasters. Being on the front line of technology, entertainment, and news we are able to provide a insightful view on all topics.````Founded by Andrew Zarian the Guys From Queens Network was created in April 2009, as a way to create a new outlet for great entertainment on the Internet. We are growing fast; in only one year the network already includes 9 great shows. You can watch all of our shows live on our website gfqlive.tv , Stickam.com, Ustream.tv and Justin.tv. All of our previous shows are in the Archive section of Guysfromqueens.com , Blip.tv and Itunes. Currently the network is averaging over 2.5 million live viewers per month. The future of The Guys From Queens Network is promising, along with new content, special shows, musical performances, and website exclusive shows we are growing on a daily basis.
This week the guys tackle all the hard hitting wrestling news! The chat Royal Rumble, Finn Balor, ROH, Survivor Series, the road to wrestlemania, the current WWE storylines, Braun Stroman, Absolution, Riott Squad, AJ Styles, Cody and the Bucks selling out an arena and much more!
On this episode of Mat Men the bad news boys deliver some good news...in the form of pro wrestling observations! They talk Hell in a Cell, The Shield, RAW, Smackdown, Neville possibly walking out of WWE, the Bullet Club, and more! Also check out Mutiny a new Indy horror film you can support on all social channels at @mutinythefilm
We talked about the first episode of "Fuller House," season 3. Wonder how we got to Beverly Crusher? So do we.
Possibly the best regional conference for Radio and TV engineers, the WBA Broadcasters Clinic is our venue in Madison, Wisconsin. John Chelliah, Steve Lampen, Chris Tarr, and Mark Persons make-up an all-star cast for this episode of TWiRT. We’re talking 12 GHz coax, AoIP, and console-less consoles, live from Madison.
The "pill" suppresses ovulation by the combined actions of the hormones estrogen and progestin or in some cases progestin alone. According to The American Hair loss Association and most hair loss experts, women who are predisposed to androgenic alopecia or common female pattern hair loss can be hypersensitive to the hormonal changes taking place while on the pill or other hormonal forms of birth control. These changes can trigger the early onset of genetic hair loss which can occur while on the pill or several weeks or months after stopping the pill. Once that trigger is switched on, it is might not be able to be switched off. If you ever wondered why women’s hair loss seems more prevalent today than in any other time in history, take a close look at the side effects of these hormonal medications and you might find the answer.
Jordan Bitz walked into an existing AoIP radio station and had to learn it - fast! Now he’s extended his AoIP network to a transmitter site 30 miles across the valley. Plus, he’s using streaming audio for distribution and backup systems. Also on this episode, David Bialik previews an amazing Broadcast and Streaming track at the AES Convention in New York.
Google announces a slew of new hardware including the new Pixel and Pixel XL, a new Chromebook, and new Google Home smart devices. How do the new Pixel phones compare to last year's model? Andrew and Paul also run down new hardware from HP such as the new 13 inch Spectre x360. And Andrew questions whether Apple is losing it's way.
We reviewed "3-Headed Shark Attack." Why? Because we hate ourselves. Next up is "Fuller House" season three, episode one. Why? Because Iyaz hates Eric (for this week).
In this SPECIAL EPISODE, GonnaGeek Network’s Official GonnaGeek.com Show crosses-over with GFQ Network’s Tech News Weekly (aka Sunkast’s tech news show that he’s been doing since 2010) to run down the latest tech news happenings including Google Assistant coming to Chrome OS, Amazon releasing a whole ton of Echos, SpaceX flying people to Mars by 2024, Twitter increasing the character limits and a whole bunch more. Of course, we’ll also add a dash of GonnaGeek.com Show flavor with SP giving his first thoughts after using his Apple iPhone 8 Plus for a couple weeks.
Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman speak with a 27 year, multiple procedure, hair transplant veteran about his mostly positive, but conflicting emotional experience in fighting the good fight to maintain a full looking head of hair for the better part of his life. If you are a young guy considering hair transplant surgery, this is a show you really need to check out.
Chris Tobin is speaking at the Central Canadian Broadcast Engineering conference (CCBE) in King City, Ontario, Canada. He joins the show from the relaxing Kingbridge Conference Center. We’re discussing CyberSecurity for Broadcasters - what we learned from a recent expert panel discussion in Columbus, Ohio. And a first look at troubles with the National EAS Test.
This week the guys go off the rails and literally talk about everything from WWE No Mercy, to RAW, to Smackdown, to comic cons, stories about meeting wrestlers, birds, birdmen, Hell in a Cell, the rumble, and much more! This one will have you laughing your bird off.
Paul talks about his trip to Orlando for Microsoft Ignite and a possible October announcement. What could Microsoft announce next month? Andrew and Paul play futurist looking back at technology and where we could be in years to come. Amazon announced several new Fire TV and Echo devices. Paul also runs down details of Windows 10 S for first line Workers.
One of us endorses cults (sort of). Another creates a chimera of movies (sort of). And yet another endorses either or neither (sort of).
The Emergency Alert System - EAS - suffers a love-hate relationship with most broadcast stations. Radio folks may love the fact that EAS handles the burden of alerting the public to life and safety threats. But sometimes the program interruptions are just too much, and the audio quality is often just terrible. Rob Dale is the Regional Planner at the Ingham County, Michigan, Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management. He’s also a broadcaster and meteorologist. Rob joins us to discuss the state of EAS, training, and where we might be headed.