"O'Donnell on Technology,"
(formerly "O'Donnell on Computers") which is now in its ninth year on the air, is the
#1-rated consumer-oriented call-in computer talk show broadcast throughout Silicon Valley
and the entire Northern California Area. The program was selected
as the Winner of the Overall Audio Show category by the
Press Association, a prestigious nationwide organization of computer
journalists, making it the best computer radio show in the US—either on the web or over the
The program airs every Saturday
morning from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. Pacific Time on San Francisco-based ABC Radio affiliate KSFO (560 AM). You can also listen
the web and join in the weekly Live Chat. Hosted by Bob O'Donnell, the
program offers breaking industry news, weekly product and web site reviews, and lots and lots
of answers to real-world computer problems.
Regular contributors to the show are gadget guru Ron Rosberg of Early
Adopters, who offers reviews of cool gadgets and gizmos; Dr. ROM, who looks at multimedia titles and other creative applications;
and the Web Wanderer, who comes up with a set of cool, useful web
sites every week. In addition, Tim McCarthy, who does kid-tested kid's software
reviews, joins in on an occasional basis.
Whether you're looking to buy a new computer,
peripheral, or software package, you're interested in the convergence of
consumer electronics, HDTV and PCs in the new digital home, or you're having problems with a PC or Mac, you'll find
the answers you need every week on "O'Donnell on Technology."
If you want to ask a question on the air, you can
call the program directly at 808-5600, from the 415, 510 and 707 area codes in Northern California.
If you're outside one of those areas, you can use anyone of them along
with 808-5600 to dial in. You
can also fax in questions at (415) 658-5401, or send e-mail during the show to
email@example.com. If there's a
free giveaway, the contest line is (415) 478-0560.