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.
Are drones more than “big boy toys” for broadcast engineers? Well - YES! Sam Wallington is VP of Engineering for Educational Media Foundation. He’s using drone video and photography to locate trouble spots and prep for tower repairs, saving return trips.
Let’s examine a couple topics and explore “how we do them”. Chris Tobin discusses mics, pre-amps, and techniques for recording live music at WBGO-FM. Then we see how PC platforms have moved into the equipment space that was only purpose-built equipment. And just how far is that concept going?
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss more in depth about Microsoft's Windows 10S and the future of Universal Windows Platform apps. Will we ever see developers like Adobe fully develop their programs for UWP? Paul talks about why the original iPhone was a failure and the response from other smartphone manufacturers to the iPhone.
The first microphones were invented as far back as the 1870’s, but that’s before there were any tube amplifiers! We’ve come a long way, though most mic inventions occurred 70 to 90 years ago. John Holt is an expert on vintage microphones and gives us a fascinating look and lesson.
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone. Andrew Zarian and Stevie Richards take a look back at how the iPhone and smartphone technology over the last 10 years has changed our lives. Andrew and Stevie also discuss Nintendo unveiling the Mini SNES Classic. Will Nintendo short the supply of the Mini SNES Classic like they did with the Mini Nintendo Classic?
On this weeks episode of Mat Men the boys talk about so much pro wrestling it hurts. They chat RAW, Smackdown, Lavar Ball, Hogan, Cena, Jeff Jarrett, Cody Rhodes, ROH, NJPW G1 Special, Billy Gunn, and field some questions from the chat!
Tonight's episode features the adjectiveless trio talking about all kinds of things including "Vampire Dog," "Transformers: The Last Knight" and bands. Plus, a bonus argument between Jonathan and Iyaz over "Beauty and the Beast!"
This week the dudes talk all things professional wrestling and Andrew's apathy toward the Big Show! They talk Money in the Bank, the fallout, Baron Corbin's win, predictions for Summerslam, RAW, Smackdown, fantasy booking Hogan, and much more! This is a fun one so buckle up!
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems or “drones” are quickly getting popular with broadcast engineers and consultants. A bird’s eye view can help us better visualize our antenna systems, plus there’s real value in catching visible problems before sending a tower crew to troubleshoot. Chris and Kirk show video examples of aerial tower shots, plus Chris describes bringing Internet access to a Boy Scout camp in New York State.
Jonathan and Iyaz review "Vampire Dog." Eric takes a powder.
On this episode of your favorite wrestling podcast the stud buds Andrew and Rich break down this week in pro wrestling. They chat about RAW vs The NBA Finals, the opening segment between Joe and Brock, 205 Live, Smackdown, Money in the Bank and then take it to Japan talking Okada vs Omega II and Dave Meltzer's internet destroying 6.25 rating of one of the greatest matches in the history of pro wrestling.
Microsoft officially unveils the Xbox One X, previously known as Project Scorpio, at E3. Is the $499 price tag for the Xbox One X too high, or just right? Paul Thurrott also gives us his first impression of the new Microsoft Surface Pro, and Apple iPad Pro. What would Paul change about these new devices? And Andrew continues talk about his issues with his MacBook Pro.
Streaming audio is bringing a whole new lexicon - geo-targeting, geo-fencing, interstitials, pre-rolls, adaptive bit-rates, video, and virtualization. Matt Kellogg - a guy with a solid radio background - joins us from StreamGuys to sort it all out.
Guys! It's time. It's time. It's double Maharaja Time!! Your favorite New York Maharajas are here to talk all things pro wrestling and this week the guys chat the 6 straight days of WWE programming from the U.K. Special, to NXT, to Backlash, to RAW, to Smackdown, to NXT again! The guys talk Jinder Jinder Jinder, and then jump into Best of the Super Juniors! …dive.
SAS is well-known for high-reliability audio routing systems. SAS Co-founder, Al Salci, is here to talk about their early technology breakthroughs, as well as their audio mixing console designs. Plus, Al shares his thoughts on AES67, Livewire, and Dante.