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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.
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This week on What The Tech: Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky leaves Microsoft. Paul Thurrott explains why it may not be such a bad thing. But ultimately, where does this leave the future for Windows? Paul also rants about a little issue he's had recently with Microsoft and their PR team. Does Paul get no respect? Halo 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II have officially been released. Is there any room left to improve video game graphics on Xbox? Andrew and Paul also look at what Windows Phone 8 devices Verizon will be getting. And for the first time, text messaging is declining. Has text messaging reached it's peak?
Is RF spectrum a limited or unlimited resources? Is the FCC allocating it in a fair and efficient way? Should cellular companies get more of broadcast television's RF spectrum? Chris Tarr and Chris Tobin dish out some strong opinions. Chris Tobin, Chris Tarr and Kirk Harnack host this episode, sponsored by The Telos Alliance.
Hurricane Sandy challenged hundreds of radio stations from Maryland to Massachusetts. Dozens were off-air - mostly due to lack of power or flooded transmitter sites. Scott Fybush joins us for some preliminary info on New York area stations hit by Sandy.
This week on What The Tech: What things get under Andrew and Paul's skin? Andrew and Paul air their dirty laundry including a few thoughts on how election coverage is consumed these days. Paul rambles off a few things that he thinks need to be improved on Microsoft's new Windows RT surface tablet. Andrew brings up the recent management changes at Apple. Paul dishes out his thoughts. Microsoft announces the retirement of MSN Messenger. Also rumor points to an Xbox gaming tablet. And what if Windows 8 only had the Metro interface?
This week on The Free For All: Andrew, Spencer, and Coco discuss Hurricane Sandy that hit New York and New Jersey. Spencer talks about all the survival kits he has. Is Spencer over prepared? Hurricane Sandy has caused a gas crisis in New York and Jersey. Do we depend too much on oil? New Jersey turns away electrical workers from Alabama because they aren't in a union. Is that wrong? Coco defends the union. Brian Monroe calls to weigh in. Joe from Staten Island and Chase Nunes call to discuss the upcoming election. Will Obama be re-elected?
Andrew Zarian does a live unboxing of the Telos ProSTREAM, Omnia One, Axia QOR mix engine, and Axia DESQ console. Andrew also speaks with Kirk Harnack from the Telos Alliance for more in depth information about the audio products made by Telos.
This week on The Bald Truth: George from Mobile asks Spencer whether or not he would ever expand his organization to include dermatologists that deal with scalp health. Spencer speaks with Dr. Yates about his experience as both a hair transplant surgeon, and a patient, and specifically FUE. Vic from DC with a question for Dr. Yates about white dot scarring from FUE procedures. And Curtis from Virginia calls to ask for advice on how to talk to his son about his potential hair loss.
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul discuss their meet up last week in New York City. How wild did it get? Windows 8 and Windows RT officially launches. Paul discusses Microsoft's Windows RT device. What short comings, if any, does Windows RT have? Also, where does Microsoft's new OS leave developers? Microsoft announces a slew of features in Windows Phone 8. What's new? Also Google announces Android 4.2 Who really benefits from Android? And what if Windows 8 did not have Metro?
We are back to put the final button on the Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface launch! Also chat about the recent Apple product announcements and more! And of course our Picks of the Week
In every adversity, seek an opportunity. Such is the case this week as scheduling conflicts moved the production of "This Week in Radio Tech" to a morning slot, rather than our usual Thursday evening (8pm US Eastern Time) spot. The opportunity, then, was to get a guest from Europe - normally fast asleep at TWiRT-live time. Goran Tomas is a recognized expert in audio coding, streaming media, and audio processing for broadcast and streaming. Author of several scholarly and industry white papers about audio processing for encoded audio, Goran talks with us about some best practices and pitfalls when setting up audio streaming. Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack host this episode.
This week on The Free For All: Andrew and Spencer discuss their favorite subject - drinking. What was everyone's first drink they got drunk from? Nick from Radar Gaming calls in with a young person's view of drinking and drugs. Andrew also talks about a meet n greet he went to the night before where he was accused of cheating on Jessica. Dave calls to heckle Coco. Why does Coco get on everyone's nerves? And Spencer brings up his strict diet, and how he ends up blowing it on binge eating.
This week on Tech News Weekly: Windows 8 officially launches. Andrew attended a meet n greet party in New York City to celebrate the launch. He shares some of his thoughts on Windows 8 and first impressions of the new Windows 8 Surface tablet. Apple announces a new iMac, Mac mini, 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, 4th gen iPad, and long rumored iPad mini. What happened to the 3rd generation iPad? Also, where does the iPad mini pricing fall compared to other tablets? CEA officially brands 4K as Ultra HD. Will this just make things more confusing? And our Picks of the Week.
On this IAIB Spotlight: Andrew interviews LunaticRadio's Kieran McCann. Kieran talks about his beginning in college radio and WNEW. Kieran also speaks about his transition from traditional radio to internet radio, with the birth of LunaticRadio. What was it like having a podcast before there was the term podcasting?
This week on The Bald Truth: Joe from Staten Island opines that a strong President should have a full head of hair. Does Mitt Romney fit that bill? Spencer speaks with Dr. Alan Bauman about everything hair loss related including the recent hair loss conference in the Bahamas. George from Mobile checks in after not being heard from in several weeks. Where has he been? George also asks Dr. Bauman about where all the breakthroughs are with neogenesis. Chris, who has strong recurring headaches after a bad transplant calls to ask Dr. Bauman for his opinion.
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul sum up Apple's event where they announced a slew of new devices including the long rumored iPad mini. Was there too much Apple hype? Paul talks about his big plans for New York on Thursday. What all will he be doing while in NY? Paul also answers some questions about the Windows Surface RT ahead of the big launch of Windows 8 this week. Has Microsoft done enough to educate the consumer about Windows Surface RT and Pro?