The Consumer Electronics show is in full gallop today and the news is coming fast a furious. We have made a valiant attempt to follow the tsunami of news and reports on Facebook and twitter but all we gained were bug eyes and a nasty migraine.
The brain child of Leo Laporte now boasts over 20 weekly and several daily shows from iPad Today to Home Theater Geeks and This Week in Tech. Twit also broadcasts live shows from CEDIA, SXSW, CES and others. Featuring products that range from the Gee Wiz! to What The Heck, the show is informative and entertaining.
Just click on the Live tab
The evolution of Tech TV from computer centric to Internet and gaming; the channel is a mashup of Spike TV and Gizmodo themes with a bit of The Onion thrown in for good measure.
G4 TV has broadcast live from ComicCon, The Adult Entertainment Expo among others so their reporting is more John Stewart than Wired magazine. If your provider does not carry G4 the website will have some live coverage
While these free steaming content sites carry the TWIT, CNET and mainstream broadcasts there are also the rouge camera phone pop up channels.
The rouge popups are attendees who decided to turn on their camera phones, log into Ustream and simply broadcast their booth visits and show floor wanderings. It can be numbingly dull or hypnotically riveting, often simultaneously.
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