Beth Kindig is launching a tech podcast called Tech Lightning Rounds, sponsored by Intertrust Technologies. The goal of the new tech podcast is to deliver information quickly in short “lightning rounds” so you can learn about new technologies while you commute, get ready in the morning, while you’re at the gym, or wherever else your busy life takes you.
Tech Lightning Rounds will consist of bi-monthly episodes approximately twenty minutes each and will interview two to three leading experts on topics such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, artificial intelligence, data privacy, machine learning, 5G, augmented reality/virtual reality, digital trust, the future of media and over-the-top entertainment, digital wellness, cybersecurity, and more.
Brevity is one key differentiator of the new tech podcast, as well as reporting on opposing viewpoints and asking tough questions that will help to drive deep discussions from the people who know these technologies and are bringing them to market.
The first three episodes of Tech Lightning Rounds to be released include:
Episode 1: Autonomous Vehicles with Intel, Torc and Steer (February 2019)
Episode 2: Robotics with Softbank, John Deere, and Robokind (February 2019)
Episode 3: 5G with Qualcomm and Mutable (March 2019)
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The podcast is now available on the following podcast directories: iTunes, Google Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeart Radio, YouTube, Soundcloud, Digital Podcast, iPodder, Podcastpedia, Soundcloud, Acast, Amazon Web Services, Cast Box, Bluebrry, Spreaker, Double Twist, Downcast, Libsyn, Listen Notes, Otto Radio, Overcast, Player, Pocket Casts, Pod Cruncher, Podbean, Podcast Addict, Podcast Blaster, Podcast Republic, Podcasts in Color, Podiant, Podkicker, Podomatic, and Radio Public,
Intertrust Technologies is a leader in trusted intermediary solutions and computing products — from mobile, CE and IoT manufacturers, to service providers, and enterprise software platform companies.
Beth Kindig has published over 700 articles in the last 6 years exclusively on technology and startups. She has held product marketing and developer evangelist roles at tech companies representing products in data, security, internet of things, connected cars, connected home, mobile, encryption, health care, and finance tech. Her articles have been featured in Venture Beat, MediaPost, AdExchanger, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has written over 30 reports and whitepapers on enterprise technologies. She has been a speaker at Android Developers Conference, GamesBeat, Advertising Week NYC, Tech Week and more.