There is so much to discuss about Computer Talk Radio.

Addressing the simple aspect, in 2007, Benjamin Rockwell first joined Jeff Levy, the KFI AM 640 host from Los Angeles, on the air as part of the J-Team, as Jeff expanded his syndication.  In early January 2008, Computer Talk Radio broadcast it’s first episode on KTRB AM 860 in the San Francisco area.  Over the course of the following year, Computer Talk Radio expanded to new heights, and serving more listeners at every turn.  Currently, Computer Talk Radio broadcasts on 9 terrestrial broadcast stations, serving parts of Alaska, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, California, Nevada, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.  Additionally, you can find Computer Talk Radio on-line at various podcast sites, like iTunes, and of course…

Computer Talk Radio brings nerds to the radio each week, with Benjamin Rockwell leading the team of computer and technology experts.  In a given week on the radio show, you may hear news and interviews; information on tips, tricks, and gadgets; answering your questions; or perhaps just a bit of experience from the technology world.  In some markets, you may find that there is even more available on the podcast.  Additionally, we have the bonus item that helps you learn more about the fascinations that nerds have with computers, entertainment, and more.  Further, Computer Talk Radio works to maintain material that is perfectly clean for the whole family.

Each of the experts on the show have their own specialty fields.  Keith M. Sedor is a daily Apple Consultant, and a car guy as well, so he covers those topics.  Marty Winston, is the author of the 40 Year House, and also serves as a technical consultant.  Steve Keske handles Seniors, Disability,Military, History, and Gadgets.  Mark Jackson is a man who encourages us to follow God’s guidance in our lives.  Benjamin Rockwell, the show host, brings it all together, with an opinion or knowledge in most of the fields above, and then some!

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