My name is Craig Crossman, and I am the host of Computer America. The program is live for two hours every weekday, and our purpose with every show is to connect the end user with the engineers and CEOs. We work with our guests to prepare a comprehensive interview (more like a conversation), and we allow our audience to pose salient questions they might have. The show has been on the air for almost twenty-five years, and during that time we have excelled at two functions:
The first is popularizing new technology. Our staff combines enthusiasm and expertise in the right proportions to make what would have been a headache into a joy for the audience. We also have a small army of correspondents which are experts in their fields. As the host of the show, my goal has always been to blend entertainment and explanation into a single experience. My sons follow in that tradition with their innate appreciation for tech. Combined, we here at the show are united in making sure our audience is ahead of the curve and aware of how changes in technology can improve their lives. This service is always free for guests and listeners alike, since our firm belief is that this information benefits everyone and bridging this gap is vital for the acceptance and continued development of technology.
The second is in promoting companies and products which show exceptional merit and novelty. Often these companies are start-ups which find themselves facing a global marketplace dominated by the well-recognized names. The key is, of course, well targeted promotion which clearly explains the value. We can help promote products from global developers to a global audience. Some of our success stories from around the world include PC Tools (Australia), Doodle (Germany), and Slimware Utilities (US). This service is Computer America’s lifeblood, and we would be glad to work with your budget and tailor a campaign which meets your needs.
Check out what past sponsors and guests have said about Computer America:
"I am pleased to announce that our American user base has exceeded our Swiss user base! This was my aim to get there within the first twelve to eighteen months, and we've already done that in only nine months thanks to our ad campaign on Computer America!" --Michael Brecht, CEO @ Doodle
“It’s always fun talking with Craig about the latest tech topics. He knows his tech, and so does his audience. It’s not just computers anymore!” --Michael Miller, Author, Musician, and Consultant
"There's a good reason Computer America is the longest running show of its kind. Each show delivers the latest news and thoughtful commentary when I need to stay up-to-date. And Craig and his team do it all with energy, fun and a great sense of humor." --Ralph Bond, PR Manager of Engineering/Natural Resources/Infrastructure @ Autodesk
"What can one say about Computer America that no one else has said? Well, they could say they listen and they like it! Oh wait, other people have said that, and they've said that for almost 25 years. Me? When I listen, I like it too. Even the shows I'm on, I like. Go figure. Congrats Craig on a heck of a long run." --Dick DeBartolo, The Giz Wiz & MAD's Maddest Writer
"There are few if any alternatives for reaching technology-interested listeners on a dependable basis, 2 hours per night, 5 nights per week, with the track record and unerringly interesting content of Craig Crossman's Computer America radio show." --Marty Winston, Editor of Newstips Bulletin
“One thing I love about Computer America is that Craig Crossman actually lets his guests talk. I think he does this because he’s actually interested in how they think and what they have to say about something, a rarity radio. If someone like Craig can tolerate a know-it-all blowhard like me and still make me feel welcome, he can tolerate anyone. And he does, because he’s been on air longer than almost anyone I know. That’s what true success is; tolerating blowhards. And longevity!” --Nathan Evans, Managing Editor, Popzara.com
Having said all this, let me introduce you to our staff. For scheduling an appearance on the show, please speak with our Booking Goddess, Corissa Greene. For information about product promotion, I will point you to our Sales Manager, Kyle Kalbarczyk. In the off chance you need either of these services in either Chinese or Spanish, the talented Rachael Williams would be glad to assist. And finally, if you have more general questions or would like to learn more about what we can do for you, either Aaron or Ben Crossman are standing by. All of the contact information (and much more) can be found on our website.
Finally, I wanted to personally welcome you to Computer America. Please let us know how we can help you and we hope you enjoy the show!