In November 2001, following a massive round of layoffs, TechLive was divided into three one-hour shows. In the spring of 2002, TechLive was cut further into just one thirty-minute daily news magazine show, with a focus less on tech news and more on how technology changed people's lives. Beginning March 15, 2001, TechTV experienced repeated layoffs.What happened to the call for help on TechTV?
After a stint on TechTV's The Screen Savers, Schwartz became co-host of Call for Help in 2002 with then co-host Chris Pirillo. After Pirillo left TechTV in April 2003, former host Leo Laporte returned to co-host with Schwartz. Call for Help was cancelled in May 2004 after TechTV's merger with G4, resulting in G4techTV .What are the competitors of TechTV?
CNET TV, TechTV's primary competition until the 2004 merger with G4. CNET TV once aired syndicated on USA Network and the Sci-Fi Channel (SyFy); it now runs as an online video network and through on-demand service with cable and satellite. ^ Stacie D. Cramer (June 17, 2004).What kind of podcasts does techtwit offer?
TWiT.tv's lineup includes several nationally acclaimed and popular podcasts: This Week in Tech - Our flagship program with founder Leo Laporte features analysis and commentary from tech experts and journalists in a roundtable discussion of current news and trends and niche topics in the tech industry.