Bryan Alvarez joins Andrew Zarian to discuss his book The Death of WCW.
A US Safety Commission has officially recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices due to exploding batteries. Microsoft rebrand it's health app. The iPhone 7 Plus has officially sold out. Pandora launches Pandora Plus.
The Apple iPhone 7 officially launches. T-Mobile says pre-orders for the iPhone 7 are 4 times higher than the iPhone 6. Apple faces a new class action lawsuit over it's iPhone Upgrade Program. A US safety group has officially recalled the Galaxy Note 7. Does Samsung's down turn leave an opening for HTC? Amazon launches a less expensive Dot. Also Chris Ferrell from GonnaGeek and Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech join us this week for episode 200!
Eric and Jonathan discuss bad sex robot movies, Larry Miller's butt, Soylent progress and more.
Who wouldn’t want to have a “one and done” hair transplant, and when so called megasession work the results can be by nothing short of miraculous, but what happens when things don’t go as planned? In this episode of The Bald Truth Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman discuss this very real scenario that unfortunately happens to thousands of unsuspecting hair transplant patients every year and take calls from listeners with other hair loss related questions.
Michael Gay’s title is Vice President of Engineering at Cumulus Media, but he’s really an expert planner. His most recent studio project saw construction of 22 radio studios in Chicago, and with insightful planning they were building new studios at an amazing pace, with everything documented and organized. Chris Tobin is here, too, with his perspective and an update from the CCBE conference.