Future Chronicles on YouTube

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TV Shows



Premiering Monday, August 10 at 9 PM (ET/PT). Hosted by author, comedian, writer and pundit Baratunde Thurston, each episode examines how one important characteristic of human life will fundamentally change within our lifetimes.

Through in-depth interviews with maverick scientists and hands-on experience with breakthrough research and extraordinary prototypes, Thurston guides viewers on a deep exploration of how each aspect will fundamentally evolve within our lifetimes.


Radio and Podcasts



FourCast Podcast

Four people predict the future

Join Tom Merritt and Scott Johnson with other guests once a month to get short term, long term and crazy predictions as well as the ever-interesting FourCast Findings and Four QuickFire Questions segments.


Into Tommorow with Dave Graveline

All About "Into Tomorrow"

Bringing you the latest in technology and consumer electronics every weekend, there’s no other radio show like Into Tomorrow!

Into Tomorrow is the radio network program covering the latest in consumer electronics and technology. The program is hosted by Dave Graveline, one of the most talented and professional award-winning radio and television hosts in the business. The show is a dynamic blend of listener interaction and insightful and informative guests speaking on a variety of topics related to technology.

"Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline" is a 3-hour radio program (as well as 60 second Daily Features and ITTV Video Reports) covering the Latest in Consumer Electronics & Technology available today and ... into tomorrow. The show airs on over 100 AM & FM radio stations around the U.S., on SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio, radio stations in Germany, Bermuda, New Zealand, Canada and several other sources including Mobile Broadcast Network, BeOS Radio, Sprint Radio, TiVo, CelleCast and many others - every weekend. "Into Tomorrow" is also heard around the world on the Armed Forces Networks in several other countries. In addition, they stream all their audio and video via their web site and provide free Podcasts of all show archives.

The ONLY international show covering Consumer Electronics exclusively for 14 years, "Into Tomorrow" highlights the way technology is changing our lives! From Gadgets & Gizmos to Home Theater, Digital Photography, Car Audio, Security & Navigation, High Tech Recreation, HDTV, Technology On-The-Go, GPS and everything else that people are talking about.

They also frequently broadcast from many trade shows and CE events around the world -- including CES Las Vegas ... IFA Berlin ... HomeTech Dubai ... Mobile World Congress in Barcelona ... CeBIT Hannover ... CEATEC Japan ... photokina in Cologne ... Electronic House eXpo in Long Beach/Orlando ... CTIA Wireless ... Computex Taipei in Taiwan ... and many others!


Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy is a nationally syndicated radio show, hosted by Leo Laporte of TechTV and fame. The show, which was first exclusively broadcast on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles, California, was picked up for syndication by Premiere Radio Networks in January 2007. The show currently has over sixty terrestrial affiliates in cities including Los Angeles, California, San Francisco, California, Houston, Texas, and Washington, DC. The show also airs on America's Talk on XM Satellite Radio. Leo streams video of his side of the show via Stickam and Ustream; he does not air the show's caller audio at the request of his affiliates (though Leo's own responses are still audible).

The show is a mixture of interviews and call-ins, as well as Leo's own thoughts and opinions on current events in technology. The current weekly guests are Scott Wilkinson to talk about home theater and Chris Marquardt of Tips from the Top Floor to talk about digital photography. Prior to June 2008, weekly guests included: Dick DeBartolo, Steve Gibson, Paul Thurrott, and Ron Rosberg; these guests were dropped to make time for more callers, which Leo cited as being the more important part of the program. The guest interviews are often pre-recorded to accommodate the guests' schedule. The guests connect to the show using Skype.