Written by Amy Tenderich
| Published on August 17, 2007
Hello from Computer-TV-land.
Today I am on-site at Diabetes Health magazine's new broadcast studio in Marin, CA. Editor Scott King and I will discuss the latest D-news, new product designs, and conduct a big fat Q&A session answering dozens of reader questions. The flagship show of Diabetes Live is must-see TV!
So settle down in front of your PC and have your telephone handy to call 800-473-4636 with questions.
Definitely let me know how it works for you, and what you all think. (Unless it's that the camera really does add 10 lbs :)
** UPDATE: Show is over. Lots of fun! Thank you all for tuning in. You should be able to view it HERE on the DH front page for a few days at least :) **
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You're a natural in front of the live camera. Wasn't always sure who was interviewing whom, though.
Nice job. (Though on my browser everyone looked a little squeezed, tall and thin.)I do wish the DH folks would leave a place for comments on the show. Maybe in the future.
Amy,Thank you for offering this on your website. I turned my TV off 6 years ago, so I don't normally get to watch programs like this.jw
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