Curious about what it takes to host a weekly radio show? Pick the brain of Mark Hurst during this edition of Now Recording.
About this Event
Join us virtually on January 26th for an afternoon with Mark Hurst, host of Techtonic, a weekly radio show focused on "our shift to a digital future."
During this edition of Now Recording, Mark will talk to us about hosting a radio show from start to finish-- from curating topics to speaker selection & more. Plus, he'll answer your questions about radio & tech live.
Mark Hurst is the founder of Creative Good, the New York-based consultancy & creative platform that he founded in 1997. He has spent his career writing, speaking, & advising teams about how to create better products & services. He has created a number of his own projects, too.
Since fall 2017 Hurst has hosted Techtonic - see techtonic.fm - a weekly FM radio show on WFMU. Here's the Techtonic podcast.
Also in 2017 Hurst ran two Skeptech events questioning today's digital technology, held at WFMU. Hurst is also the founder & host of the Gel conference, which featured the first stage presentations of Khan Academy, Wikipedia, & other world-changing projects.
Mark Hurst holds bachelor's & master's degrees in computer science from MIT. He's also an Eagle Scout, a patented game designer (U.S. Patent #5048839), & studies Mandarin Chinese in his spare time. He lives in New York City with his wife & son.
Techtonic is a weekly one-hour FM radio show on Jersey City-based WFMU, hosted by Mark Hurst. The show covers "our shift to a digital future."