Tune in today at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific for the launch of TechCrunch Radio on Sirius XM 102 Indie
World, prepare yourself for TechCrunch Radio!
Ok, that settles it. People do want to listen in on the startup world.
TechCrunch is partnering with Sirius XM to connect with their readers in a brand new way. Jordan Crook and John Biggs will host the show, and each week, they’ll dedicate a good portion of the show to a TechCrunch pitch-off, where startups can call in and pitch their business over the radio to Jordan, John and a guest judge. Winners will grab tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt.
For those of us not at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, FOMO no more. TechCrunchRadio will be launching on today, live from the Disrupt SF Startup Alley. For the first half of the show, Jordan and John will be discussing Apple’s keynote, which just went down four hours ago. If you missed the live stream, you can watch it here before the show. Then, Jordan and John will select a few startups from the Alley and let them pitch away.
TechCrunch Radio will air every Tuesday evening at 3pm PT/6pm ET for six weeks. If it’s a success (and it will be), they’ll keep at it until they’re as big as Howard Stern, says John Biggs.