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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 The Bald Truth: Joe from Staten Island reiterates his viewpoint on castration. Spencer responds with a story about someone who thanked him years later for talking him out of being castrated. Joe also updates us on hair loss news, and freaks out after Andrew Zarian curses him. Vic from DC calls with a couple questions just for Joe regarding the life span of a hair follicle. And Granger calls with questions as to why there is so much bureaucracy during testing of new drugs.
This just in! Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler have just accomplished one year of everyone's favorite weekly comic book broadcast: Behind the Counter! They have been on the air for one year and in your hair! This week they talk about about their one year, some NYCC ramblings, other jovial anecdotal tidbits, and end with their books of the week, which include AVX #12, Uncanny X-Men, and Boys #71! Stay tuned for the future!
Did you ever wonder who first took on chance on licensing IOS MPEG-2 Layer III (MP3) from the consortium that invented it? And who made the very first broadcast studio product that included a DSP chip? It was Steve Church on both counts. In this episode you'll see and hear a story about a humble, fun, and significant inventor, Steve Church. Steve founded Telos in 1985 as a part-time business that's grown become the largest radio studio equipment maker in the world. Steve passed away last Friday from complications of brain cancer. Discover more about Steve Church and his story at http://telosalliance.com/stevechurch
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul complain about camera quality on other smartphones. Why can't anyone beat Apple's camera quality? iPhone 5 owners complain of a purple halo on photos. Did Apple screw up again? Andrew and Paul also discuss Windows Phone 8, Windows RT, and Windows 8 ahead of their launch this month. Paul address comments made by Paul Allen calling Windows 8 innovative and puzzling. Andrew brings up the Nintendo Wii U. Will it be successful?
When we thought we couldn’t get away from the iPhone iOS Maps issue, Tim Cook CEO of Apple gave us a little more to talk about! Also we chatted about Blackberry 10, iOS 6 battery life, Minecraft creator talking about Windows 8, 3DTV, Electrics Cars, Harmony Touch and much much more! On the gaming side of things, we chat about watching the presidential debates on the XBOX 360, Rewards for XBOX Achievements, DayZ coming out in December, Sony to support the PS3 until 2015, Carmageddon, Steam Linux, and more here too! And…last but not least, our picks of the week!
This week on The Free For All: Coco becomes a meme. Andrew, Coco, and Spencer discuss school photos. Why was laser the most popular background? Andrew talks about his weekend plans to attend the Garlic Festival. Coco equates people in upstate New York to hillbillies. Coco rehashes his grudge against Chaunce Hayden. Chaunce calls in. Chaos ensues. Coco and Joe from Staten Island get into it a little too. Does he need to see a psychiatrist. Things get even more heated when Andrew confronts Coco over his Facebook posts supporting unions. Coco defends unions to Andrew and Spencer. What purpose do unions serve?
This week on Tech News Weekly: RIM shows of more of their new OS BlackBerry 10 at BlackBerry Jam, along with leaked renderings of devices. Does BlackBerry have any shot at a comeback? Apple's Tim Cook apologize for the Maps fiasco. Would that have happened under Steve Jobs? MySpace teases a redesigned site. Is MySpace a lost cause at this point in time? Barnes and Noble announces new Nook HD tablets. Lenovo puts a price on the ThinkPad Tablet 2. Samsung confirms an exploit for all of their Android devices running TouchWiz. And our Picks of the Week.
This week on The Bald Truth: Joe Tillman, and Spencer Stevenson join Spencer Kobren in studio for a very special TBT. Joe from Staten Island calls to give updates on L'Oreal. Chris calls to update us on how he is dealing with his botched hair transplant. Vic from DC asks Spencer if there is the same level of anxiety from hair loss in the UK. Joe Tillman, Spencer, and Spencer also discuss body hair transplantation, and scalp micro-pigmentation.
On this flamboyant episode of Behind the Counter your two favorite nudnicks Jon Adler and Rich Stambolian bring the comics, the funny, and throw that money. This episode is filled with spine tingling tales of comic con ribaldry, the anticipation for NYCC, some comics industry news, jovial banter about DC Comics #0 issues, and your books of the week, which include Wolverine and the X-men and Happy #1.
Chris Tarr and Chris Tobin join me to chat with David Bialik about the broadcast and streaming sessions at the Audio Engineering Society Convention. It's October 25th through 29th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Did you know there are two free sessions on Troubleshooting, Maintenance and Repair? Here's a calendar of all the AES sessions: http://www.aes.org/events/133/calendar/calendar.cfm And here's your link to get a free VIP pass for the exhibit hall (and good for at least a couple of program sessions, too): www.aes.org/events/133/vip — and enter code SFAES
This week on The Chaunce Hayden Show: Chaunce interviews legendary comedian Pat Cooper, who has a new book out titled "How Dare You Say How Dare Me!"
This week on What The Tech: HTC announces Windows Phone 8x. Paul Thurrott was at the announcement and gives us his take. Apple iPhone 5 sales hit record high, but falls short of analyst estimates. Paul explains why. Andrew and Paul also poke fun at people who waited in line for the new iPhone 5. Plus our Audible picks of the week. And what if the Zune software was available on any platform?
With iPhone 5 still in the spotlight, we tighten our focus on iOS 6 features, namely the much commented new Maps. We also cover why Apple needed to pull Google Maps and YouTube from iOS 6, AmEx and Starbucks is coming to Passbook, iPhone 5 jailbreak, the Verizon iPhone 5 is GSM unlocked, Kickstarter is making some policy changes and the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s final voyage. In the gaming camp we chat about Microsoft registering domains for Halo, Borderlands 2 is region locked in Russia, Amnesia Dark Decent passing a million in sales, Valve denying working on a heads up display, Skyrim DLC may not be made available on the PS3, Blizzard is considering making StarCraft 2 free to play
This week on The Free For All: Andrew talks about purchasing a new car for his wife, Jessica. This leads to a discussion of whether its better to buy a car, or lease. Joe from Staten Island, and Johnny from Ohio call in to join the debate. Jessica gets back from car shopping, and calls in to talk about a really bad car salesman, and arguing with a restaurant manager over the use of a Groupon. Talk turns to whether or not Andrew has an alcohol problem after he explains how he ended up with $40 worth of food from McDonald's after getting drunk. Is Andrew becoming David Hasselhoff?
On this week's new episode of Behind the Counter your two most favoritest comic book mad men return and this time they brought a guest! Trevor Charles joins the boys to shoot the stuff and talk about his endeavor with Kickstarter, which he is using to fund his own original comic book called Sea Breeze Lane. There was also a surprising amount of Star Wars talk on this episode as well and some comic book news that gets covered before things get kicked into high gear. You can check out Trevor's Project here: http://kck.st/Vp2mFn and donate to it as well! See you next week!