Auto Tech, STEM Education, Women In Tech On Today’s M2 TechCast

ROYAL OAK — Visits with several regular guests will make up three-quarters of the Monday, July 17 M2 TechCast.

Kicking off the internet radio show at 3 p.m. will be Tonya Matthews, CEO of the Michigan Science Center, who will cover a new exhibit at the center, as well as discuss informal science learning.

At 3:15 p.m., it’s auto industry expert David Cole, updating the automotive technology scene from autonomous vehicles to in-car connectivity to future powertrains.

At 3:30, it’s tech entrepreneur and executive Kathleen Norton Schock, who will cover the latest doings at the Michigan Council of Women in Technology, her own women in tech podcast, Diva Tech Talk, and much more.

Wrapping up the show at 3:45 will be Nick Lumsden of Ann Arbor-based Online Tech Inc., with news of a new product, Hybrid Cloud, with managed Microsoft Azure services.

The M2 TechCast airs live on the internet from 3 to 4 p.m. Eastern time each Monday at http://www.podcastdetroit.com. And you can listen to past episodes by clicking on http://www.podcastdetroit.com/artist/mi-tech-cast/.

The M2 TechCast is hosted by Mike Brennan, owner and publisher of MITechNews.com, and Matt Roush, director of the university news bureau at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield. Both covered high tech in Michigan as journalists for more than 20 years.

The M2 TechCast is part of Podcast Detroit, a network of more than 70 locally produced podcasts on a wide variety of topics, anchored by IT in the D, the nation’s No. 1 tech podcast, which regularly draws more than 500,000 listeners a week. IT in the D airs live Monday nights from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time.

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