NCTA launches 'NC Tech Talk' Internet radio program
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Raleigh, N.C. — In an effort to deliver more relevant content to its membership and the business community, the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) will launch an internet radio show starting today.
According to NCTA, NC Tech Talk will explore how policy, talent and engagement drive the success of tech sector and its impact on North Carolina’s economy.
Each show, broadcasted on the fourth Monday of each month, will feature local leaders discussing the technologies and trends that impact their company and the industry.
The show today will be broadcast live from 1 to 2 p.m.
The inaugural NC Tech Talk episode will be co-hosted by Brooks Raiford, president and CEO of NCTA. He will be joined by Michelle Calton, vice president of membership development, and Marc Montoro, senior director of programs and communications. Guests include Steve Chase, senior vice president of global sales for Alphanumeric Systems, and Craig Scates, partner with Resolvit.
“We are excited to offer another platform to trumpet the tech sector, along with our member companies and their contribution to the vibrant tech sector in North Carolina,” said Raiford.
NC Tech Talk is being produced through a partnership with Business RadioX’s Metro Raleigh Business Radio, an internet radio broadcasting channel. Each episode will feature a variety of business and technology executives telling their companies’ success stories.
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