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Moving to Thursdays at 4PM Eastern

This month, Technology Today moves to Thursdays at 4PM Eastern, 1PM Pacific. Episodes continue to be available as always for download from the website, technologytodayradio.com; the station’s site, voiceamerica.com/voiceamerica/vshow.aspx?sid=1691, and on iTunes, itunes.apple.com/podcast/technology-today/id359207549.

This is still a major change. My executive producer and I have reworked our weekly schedule, the schedule for signing & prepping guests for the show and for our audience communication.

Speaking of the audience – and you really are the most important part of Technology Today – this change really is at your request. As many of you know, we continue to conduct audience surveys and always welcome feedback from listeners on any aspect of Technology Today, our topics, guests, and even the time the show airs.

Many have written that they plan to listen live but when they get into work Mondays after a weekend, they lose themselves in the day’s activities and miss the show and resort to downloading it later.

The Thursday time slot still allows the download, and should give everyone more opportunity to listen live.

And if not, don’t hesitate to tell us. You can continue to reach the show by e-mail (agupta@technologytodayradio.com); Twitter (/techtodayradio); on my FB site (facebook.com/agupta20854) or the show’s site (facebook.com/pages/Technology-Today/283508466325?ref=ts), and you can leave comments here on our blog.

We’ll talk Thursday – 4PM Eastern and 1PM Pacific.

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June 1, 2010 - Posted by | Audience Communication

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