Radio talk show, Computer America™ ranked as the number one podcast in the New York Times rankings as supplied by PodcastBunker.com.
"PodcastBunker.com is designed to find and promote "Only The Best Podcast" on the net, taking Audio Quality and the value of the content into consideration," states Craig Crossman, host of Computer America and syndicated newspaper columnist.
"As each and every podcast is reviewed one at a time for quality, and only the hand selected are listed, we are flattered to be at the top of the list."
"We are facing stiff competition in the rankings up against notable podcasts such as the ESPN, NBC Nightly News, and Meet The Press."
You can have the audio archives of our show automatically downloaded to your computer, as well as to your mp3 player every week day! Just click on the "Podcast" button on our archives page for the special XML page you'll need for your Podcast software.
Or use your copy of Apple's iTunes to subscribe to the Computer America Podcast. Using iTunes, go to the iTunes Podcast page from Apple's Music Store. You can either search for "Computer America" or find us via their program listings. We're listed alphabetically under the "Talk Radio" category, as well as the "Technology/Computers" category.
"This recognition from PodcastBunker.com is very timely as we have just started our 15th broadcast season," concludes Crossman.
About Craig Crossman
Craig Crossman is a McClatchy-Tribune Newspapers columnist writing about computers and technology. He also hosts the nation's longest running nationally syndicated radio talk show on computers and technology, Computer America, heard on the Business Talk Radio network weeknights at 10PM ET. In South Florida, you can hear a rebroadcast of a selected Computer America show each Sunday evening at 8PM ET on WJNO 1290AM.