Category: Technology

Revolutionizing TV Watching With TVTalk Founder Stuart Crane

Some claim TV is dead because of the Internet. Others believe the Internet adds a 3rd Screen viewing experience to television watching—the first two screens are the TV screen and the computer screen.

What TV’s always lacked for couch potatoes has been a way to interact with one’s favorite TV shows and characters. Previously, it’s happened ad hoc around the water cooler at work or out with friends.

Enter Stuart Crane who plans to use technology to unite fan bases worldwide to discuss and interact with their favorite shows.

Talking Mobile Apps With Coach Ron Tunick

Coach Ron Tunick, owner of, discusses business applications for mobile Apps and the burgeoning App industry.

Appearing As A Subject Matter Expert On Bunny Vreeland’s Show

I appeared as a guest on Bunny Vreeland’s TV show, Living Your Life To The Limit. Bunny asked me to be a subject matter expert on media because of my experience in radio and book publishing.

Marian Merritt Explains Internet Crime In the Early 21st Century

Marian Merritt is an advisor to Norton on Internet safety. We discuss the new threats cropping up on the Internet in the 21st Century.

Jeanne Hopkins And Jamie Turner Update Listeners On The Latest Marketing Techniques From Their Book Go Mobile

Jeanne Hopkins and Jamie Turner are gurus in the burgeoning area of mobile marketing. We discuss location-based marketing, apps and other mobile strategies to grow a business from their book Go Mobile.

Ken May Gives The Winners And Losers In The Apple-Facebook-Google Triangle

Ken May is a local computer services company owner, former radio show host and author of the book The Boss’s Guide to Smarter IT. We analyze the Winners & Losers in Google-Facebook-Apple Triangle.

Joyce Blonskij Demystifies Investing In Cloud Computing From Her Book Own The Clouds

Joyce Blonskij is a financial planner focused on the fast-growing segment of the computer industry—Cloud Computing. She breaks down cloud computing and discusses what to look for as an investor in these high-flying companies.

Dan Russell-Pinson, Top Game Designer, Clues Us Into The “App Economy”

Dan Russell-Pinson embraces the App Economy. He’s created several of the top educational apps in the world. We discuss the App Economy, and how apps are changing the way we live, work and learn.

Bill Davidow Examines Benefits And Unforeseen Consequences Of The Internet In His Book Over Connected

Bill Davidow is a former Silicon Valley executive, explains how the almost miraculous success of the Internet Web has also created a unique set of hazards, in effect overconnecting us, with the direst of consequences for our political, economic, and day-to-day lives. We discuss his latest book Over Connected.

Jack Myers Provides Insight Into The Digital Pioneers Born Between 1991-1995 In His Book Hooked Up

Jack Myers is considered a Media Ecologist. He’s examined the generation of 21.2 million Americans born between 1991-1995 and drawn some remarkable conclusions about this generation’s view on sex, politics and saving the world. We discuss his findings contained in his book Hooked Up.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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