Over the years Edmund Dante Hamilton has appeared on Chicago’s CAN TV show Technology Access Television (TATV.org). Several videos which aired on TATV Show can be viewed below via VEOH.com:
Technology Powers the Political Agenda: Obama for Technology Launch
TATV Presents Technology Powers the Political Agenda taped at CANTV Studios Chicago after the Technology for Obama National Support Group general meeting on February 13, 2007. TATV Host Bruce E. Montgomery and guest Edmund Dantes Hamilton, webmaster.
Buyer Beware iPhone Smartphone Gotchas
TATV host Bruce E. Montgomery interviews Edmund Dante Hamilton, editor and publisher of My Internet Webpages Newspaper (MyIWN) regarding iPhone wireless users’ experiencing enormous international roaming charges, women and consumer electronics, among other issues.
Personalization in Print; Technology for Women
Bruce Montgomery, host of Technology Access Television (TATV) interviews Edmund Dante Hamilton, editor and publisher of My Internet Webpages Newspaper (MyIWN) in two segments. Part one explores personalization in media including print and how MyIWN is bringing personalized newspapers to life. Part two explores how technology manufacturers and retail outlets recognize the role of women consumers in the marketplace for gadgets.
Technology for Obama National Support Group Update; Technology for Women: Smartphones
TATV host Bruce E. Montgomery interviews Edmund Dante Hamilton, editor and publisher of My Internet Webpages Newspaper (MyIWN) in two segments. First segment explores “Technology for Obama,” a national support group for Senator Barack Obama’s campaign for United States President and discusses the groups draft Technology Platform Agenda. Hamilton is founder of Technology for Obama and ObamaForTechnology.com. Segment two continues the “Technology for Women” series and discusses Smartphones.
Technology for Women: Lady Geek Survey and Liz Claiborne IT Accessories
Edmund Dantes Hamilton, editor and publisher, My Internet Webpages Newspaper (MyIWN) and Bruce E. Montgomery, producer and host of Technology Access Television (TATV), discuss a recently released “Lady Geek” Survey from Saatchi & Saatchi UK that details the frustration women encounter with being ignored and misunderstood by technology marketers in segment one. Segment two highlights efforts by Liz Claiborne’s October 2007 launch of four collections of technology accessories at Best Buy retail outlets and how this may encourage other entrepreneurs to develop similar products that target women consumers.