Lets's Talk Computers - On The Radio
Broadcasting Computer News / Reviews - Since 1989
Hear it on the Web via the Internet

On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers ® ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows.  Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

You can hear Let's Talk Computers at any time, from anywhere in the world, over the Internet, using Streaming Media. You can listen in to the "insider" conversations, covering the latest innovations, hardware, and software and how they affect you.

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Let's Talk Computers
488 Saddle Drive, Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37221-1903
Telephone: 615) 662-0322


Let’s Talk Computers® (LTC) wants to take this opportunity to thank you for making LTC one of the most enduring computer talk shows in this ever-changing business.
We are one of the first web sites to combine the radio talk show format with the familiarity of an insider’s perspective.

This dynamic combination actually began over 25 years ago and is still going strong.
Produced in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, LTC is broadcast everywhere and on the World Wide Web via the Internet 24/7.

What is it that keeps our guests and our listeners coming back for more?
Let’s face it; all computer talk shows are not created equal. Here’s how LTC goes to work to give your company and your products the most dynamic exposure.   ·     
When you are scheduled on Let’s Talk Computers you will receive the VIP treatment you deserve.
Hosts, Alan and Sandra Ashendorf get to know each guest during a preliminary conversation, which allows the special personality of each guest and product to shine.   ·    
 

Why do we use an actual shipping product for review?
We test your product in real-life situations just as your customers do.
Since we review the actual product, not a pre-release, beta, or evaluation copy,
our listeners are confident that your product will work for them as it does for us.

They know that they can trust our evaluation because we have the same “out-of-box” experience.  
     

The actual interview takes approximately 20 - 30 minutes.
During this time period, we only incorporate the points agreed upon during your confidential conversation.
Our state-of-the art sound equipment allows us to filter our conversation and guarantee a “clean” broadcast.        

Since your interview will be heard for years to come, LTC prides itself on each being a work of art.
Your original 20 minute interview is edited to approximately 14 minutes by our staff, removing irrelevant sounds and awkward pauses.

Our objective is to make each guest’s segment reflect the professionalism you want your company to portray. 

   

Our work doesn’t end when the interview is complete. 
Days before the interview is scheduled to air, our partnership with  M2 and other press release services goes to work.
Press releases, announcing your interview, are distributed to over 3.3 million consumers and over 40,000 journalists.

And these press releases do not stop there. Other news organizations such as UPI, Yahoo Financial, RCW Mirrus, and Bloomberg Financial have redistributed these releases.  

LTC will reserved a separate page for each of our guests and only your interview will reside on that page.
Our listeners will be able to hear your interview in streaming audio formats anytime, from anyplace on the globe.  ·     

Now you have your own PodCast for your use.  

When you have new products coming out, be sure to keep us in mind.


Contacts
Hosts Alan Ashendorf
Sandra Ashendorf  
   
Producer Sandra Lee

 

If you would like for your company or product be showcased on our show, please contact our Associate Producer, Sandra Lee, about many of the opportunities for being a guest on Let's Talk Computers . She can be reached via email, or by paper mail at Let's Talk Computers, 488 Saddle Drive, Nashville, TN 37221.
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