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 on The Chaunce Hayden Show: Chaunce interviews Elizabeth Vashisht from VH1's Tough Love.
Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler do it again on this awe inspiring and aw inspiring episode of Behind the Counter. Coming back after a much needed Thanksgiving break they hit you hard with some current industry news, Jon fighting the Internet, a huge hater reveal, and a discussion about Brian Michael Bendis' run on Avengers, which has just concluded after eight years. They also go into their books of the week, which include All New X-Men #2, Uncanny Avengers #2, FF #1, and Thor: God of Thunder #2. It was an extremely heavy Marvel week as you can see but make yours Behind the Counter!
This week on Tech News Weekly: Microsoft confirms Surface with Windows 8 Pro pricing. Is $899 too much to ask for the pro version of the Windows Surface tablet? Black Friday and Cyber Monday set record online sales. But has Black Friday become just an awful marketing gimmick? Apple finally launches iTunes 11. Where did the sidebar go? Nintendo Wii U set up frustrations abound, and a Wii mini leaks out. Has Nintendo officially shot themselves in the foot? Also Intel may move to a non-upgradable desktop CPU. What would this do to the custom builders market? And our Picks of the Week.
Keith Smeal is Director of Technical Operations at Greater Media - New Jersey. Keith and his engineering crew prepared for, then looked Hurricane Sandy right in the eye as she made landfall between two of Greater Media's radio stations.Keith talks about preparing to stay on-air during and after the storm, plus which plans worked out and how preparations will be different next time.Tom Ray, VP of Engineering at Buckley Broadcasting, tells us more about his efforts to keep the legendary news & talk station, WOR, on the air during and after Sandy, as well.See Verizon's underground cable vaults in Manhattan, as mentioned on the show, at http://vrge.co/TvYC6eCheck out New York's Orange County Santa Net that Tom Ray brought to our attention at http://ocarc-ny.orgKeith joins Tom Ray and Kirk Harnack for this episode, sponsored by the new Telos Hx6 talkshow system.
This week on The Bald Truth: Andrew Zarian calls to check in. Is he losing his hair yet? Johnny from Ohio calls in with some thoughts on how far we've come in dealing with hair loss. Joe from Staten Island calls in upset over some things Johnny said. What did Johnny say to piss off Joe? Ralph from New York calls in concerned about his hair loss and asks Spencer for his advice. When is the right time to consider a hair transplant?
This week on What The Tech: Paul Thurrott discusses differences between Apple and Microsoft during his Audible pick of the week; Steve Jobs biography. This leads to a fascinating discussion on data in the cloud. Is there any perfect cloud solution? Andrew brings up a point about life after Steve Jobs for Apple. Has Apple changed that much already? Also, why do we still need fax machines? Can't everything just be emailed?
Dave Thackeray from Talknology interviewed Andrew Zarian this week. Take a listen.
This week we chat Geek, Gaming and the fall out from this years Black Friday! All this and more!And of course our Picks of the Week!
This week we chat Geek, Gaming and why Joe thinks that Medal of Honor: Warfighter sucks! All this and more!And of course our Picks of the Week!
This week on The Bald Truth: Spencer speaks with Dr. Craig Ziering about the latest information on Histogen, and his experience using the ARTAS system. Spencer also rants about how the media runs wild about side effects from certain hair loss products rather than more serious issues that affect women taking birth control. First time caller Tim from Boston calls with concern about hair loss prevention products waning off after long term use. TBT regular Marcus from New York also calls to speak with Dr. Ziering.
This week on What The Tech: Paul updates us on Sinofsky leaving Microsoft. Why did he leave Microsoft? This leads Paul into discussing Microsoft blaming OEMs on lackluster Windows 8 sales. Are they the only ones that should get the blame for the poor sales? Paul explains one of his recent articles about buying into an ecosystem, rather than a device. Do iPhone users spend more on apps than Android users? Andrew recently tried out 2 Windows Phone 8 devices. Which one did he like best? Also Andrew and Paul discuss the next gen Xbox and Black Friday.
This week on The Free For All: Andrew talks a little about the new audio equipment GFQ got. Spencer was in town for the weekend. How much trouble did he and Andrew get into? Andrew and Spencer also attended a party for The 7 Line. Why did some stranger want to touch Andrew's hair? Brian Monroe calls to discuss the Hostess shut down. What will the world do without Twinkies? Spencer brings up concerns a plastic surgeon brought up that Obama Care might bring. Mike Phillips calls with a workplace scenario to run by the guys.
This week on Tech News Weekly: Andrew briefly discusses how he and his family fared during Hurricane Sandy. Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky leaves the company. What led to Sinofsky's departure? RIM announces a launch event for BlackBerry 10 on January 30. Is it too little too late for BlackBerry? McAfee Anti-Virus founder is on the run on the suspicion of murder. Andrew and Erik try to make sense of the bizarre story. Google TV gets voice search and a quick guide. Has Google drop the ball on Google TV? And our Picks of the Week.
On this robust premeiere of season 2 of Behind the Counter your two real comic book men Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler push it to the limit and rip your face off with the power of comic book knowledge, beards, tyvek suits, herrings, boner pills, comic news, and overall grade A American banter that you cannot find anywhere else. They talk Batman, Walking Dead, Spider-man, and Thor for their books of the week and dive head first into some current online fan/creator debates. Join them soon for more awesome aerobic anerobic antibiotic action!
Bill Eisenhamer, one of San Diego's busiest radio engineers, talks about solid state FM transmitters, engineering for Arbitron's PPM, and some challenges faced by multi-station engineers.Bill's Blog: http://eisenhamerengineering.wordpress.com/author/beisenhamer/This Week In Radio Tech is sponsored by:The Axia Radius IP-Audio broadcast mixing console. Visit http://telos-systems.com/