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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.
On this episode of Geek Gamer Weekly, we wrap up what happened at CES 2013, the CNET/CES situation, Eve Online and Dust 514, bumpy tablets, the Pebblem, talk about NVidia’s new hardware announcement and much much more! Including our Picks of the Week!Show notes at: http://www.geekgamer.tv/ggweekly/ggw226
This week on The Free For All: Andrew, Spencer, and Coco are back for The Free For All in 2013. So what did the guys do over the break and New Year's Eve? Andrew and Spencer discuss their diets for the new year. Will Andrew be able to stick to the diet? Andrew explains why it was really weird for Coco to ask him for a letter of reference. What did he need it for? Chase Nunes calls in to update us on how the search for a new job is going. Also, a friend of Coco's calls to harass him for being a bass player.
The year is 2013. It is the future. In an an atomic dust filled post apocalyptic future there are only two men who can give you the comic book talk that you so desperately need in this desperate time. Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler have united to bring you Behind the Counter 2013! On this inaugural New Year's episode they kick off 2013 with a bang and talk about basically two things; Spider-man and Walking Dead. Join in on the conversation as that take you on a journey you will never forget. Oh yea, they talk about other stuff too, but you have to tune in to find out.
This week on Tech News Weekly: Andrew and Sunkast discuss this year's CES. What products stood out? Also, has CES become over hyped? Microsoft confirms the death of MSN Messenger. Amazon introduces AutoRip. Will it help bring back the CD market? Ubuntu announces Ubunto OS. Will anyone be interested in yet another smartphone OS? Netflix launches Super HD. Will more ISPs support Super HD? And Verizon gives more info about it's new 6 strikes anti-piracy policy.
On December 13th, 2012, the rules of CALM went into effect, and the FCC began enforcing them. In its simplest terms, this means over-the-air (OTA) broadcasters, cable operators, satellite television providers, and multichannel video program distributors must ensure that commercials have the same average loudness as the programs they accompany.More specifically, it means applying the ATSC A/85 Recommended Practice - a set of methods to measure and control the loudness of digital audio - to commercial advertisements delivered to viewers.Tim Carroll, President of Linear Acoustic, discusses some history of film and television program loudness, then brings us to a better understanding of loudness management. One goal is to keep TV viewers happy, and not give them any reason to complain about jarring volume changes.Chris Tobin, and Kirk Harnack are your hosts.TWiRT is sponsored by Telos and the ProSTREAM audio streaming encoder with built-in Omnia audio processing.
This week on What The Tech: 2013 gets off to a start with the biggest electronics show of the year, CES. Does Google, Apple, and Microsoft's absence from CES matter? Paul gives a few predictions for Microsoft this year. What can we expect? Andrew runs down what he thinks Apple needs to do this year. Andrew and Paul also talk about what they got for Christmas, including the Nintendo Wii U.
On this Week's Spencer Kobren's The Bald Truth UK, Spencer and Spex discuss the current state of the UK hair restoration industry and field listener calls from throughout Europe and beyond. The general consensus of UK hair loss consumers seems to be that Europe, as a whole, falls short when it comes to accurate and objective consumer hair loss information, and education and that it's time for a change.
First show of the new year and we kick it off with covering of the CES 2013 show in Las Vegas, NV! We also talk about Google redirecting traffic on Windows Phone, a small town in Connecticut wanting to pull violent video games off the street, our picks of the week and much much more!
Every tenth TWiRT show is devoted to "War Stories" - tales from the trenches of broadcast engineering. Our guest, Mark Mueller, tells us about working with AM Directional transmission systems, and describes some of the things that go wrong. Chris Tarr and Chris Tobin have their own experiences to share, too.You may know of Mark Mueller's work from his famous (among radio engineers) T2535SA Subaudible Tone Decoder. It's the one product that actually worked well under a variety of program and tone levels to help automate syndicated radio programs before digitally-fired closures came along. The manual and schematic diagram of the T2535A is here.Chris Tarr, Chris Tobin, and Kirk Harnack are your hosts.TWiRT is sponsored by Axia and the range of studio accessories and intercoms for Axia IP-Audio consoles.
On this sweeter than sugar episode of Behind the Counter Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler wax pop culture and talk about a variety of topics including what's new in comics today and the massive amount of books that dropped Their books of the week include Amazing Spider-man #700, Cable X-Force, Uncanny X-Force, Green Lantern, Captain America #2, Avengers #2, Whistling Skull, Hawkeye, Thunderbolts, and Saga! Stay tuned for more mad cap adventures and hijinks after the new year!
This week on The Bald Truth: Joe from Staten expresses why this time of year is difficult for him. Is Joe the new Grinch? Johnny from Ohio calls to comment on the latest news on A-cell. Is it a game changer? Vic from DC calls to ask Spencer if there are any side effects to A-cell. First time caller Mike Phillips calls wondering why some hair loss sufferers don't seek emotional help to cope with their hair loss. And TBT regular Marcus calls to talk about hair loss in relation to cancer.
This Week in Radio Tech Ep. 149 - DGPS with Gary Galbraith 12-20-12The radio frequencies below the AM broadcast band have found several interesting uses over the past century. A modern-day use of these low frequencies is to disseminate data to correct GPS readings, especially for ships, boats and barges.Gary Galbraith works with Nautel, a provider of DGPS transmitters to the US Government. We look at a DGPS transmission site in Mississippi and discuss this technology. We also discuss other "radio navigation aids" in the modern world.Chris Tarr and Kirk Harnack are your hosts.TWiRT is sponsored by Axia and the range of studio accessories and intercoms for Axia IP-Audio consoles.
This week on the Chaunce Hayden Show: Chaunce interviews Heather Robinson, wife of NBA star Cliff Robinson.
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul discuss their choices for best technology for 2012. Paul picks cloud computing services like SkyDrive and Outlook.com, Windows 8, and 7 inch tablets like the Google Nexus 7. Andrew goes with Android, specifically the latest Jelly Bean update. Did any any Apple products make the list?
This week we welcome Mr. Andrew Zarian from GFQ Network to chat about the latest news from the worlds of Gaming and Geek to include Google making changes and Valve introducing a new console possibly in 2013? All this and more on Episode 224 of Geek Gamer Weekly!