This week’s roundup of Mac radio shows includes information on the upcoming Macworld Expo in Boston, a story about a Windows security expert who switched to Macs, information from Kinoma about their new Producer application and more.
Gene and Grayson Steinberg of the
Tech Night Owl Live are featuring on Thursday’s show Macworld conference chair Paul Kent, who will discuss the upcoming Macworld Conference & Expo scheduled to take place in Boston in July. Lino Pucci from Bose will also be on hand to talk about speakers for the iPod and Mac, an Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba Software will talk about his company’s products. Tim Twerdahl of Roku will offer info on his company’s SoundBridge network music players. The show is webcast live on Thursday nights, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific Time (9:00 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern Time), and you can listen to archives afterwards if you can’t “tune in” to listen when it’s happening.
Your Mac Life, host Shawn King will interview Interpact Inc., president Winn Schwartau. His security firm has switched from Windows to Macs, and he’ll tell listeners why. “Store Wars” is a new parody of the Star Wars movie done on Macs, and director and co-writer Louis Fox will be on to talk about the new parody. Graphics guru Lesa Snider will offer tips on Clipping Groups and Peter Cohen will give a roundup of the latest Mac gaming news. Your Mac Life is webcast live on Wednesday nights from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM Pacific Time (8:30 PM to 11:30 PM Eastern Time). An archived show is available following the live broadcast.
Inside Mac Radio’s May 28th show is now available for download. Host Scott Sheppard featured PalmOne president and CEO Ed Colligan, PalmSource interim CEO Patrick McVeigh and Chief Competitive Officer (CCO) and Vice President Michael Mace, iPodderX’s August Rometer and Ray Slakinski, and Kinoma’s Mitchell Weinstock.
Coming soon to Monday nights is a new
Mac gaming radio program to replace the now-defunct Gamesome Mac show. Host Omaha Sternberg is offering a US$200 prize package to the gamer who can come up with the best name for the show.