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When the lights... go out... in the Convention Center (do you hear a Journey song in your head?)... Who knew it was so hard to play video games in the dark? Jennifer has her first E3 experience, and we're bringing you all the family friendly stuff we could find there. Plus a smattering of tech news, and of course our magnetic personalities - all wrapped up in a nice package we like to call the Family Tech Show.

Hour 1:
The movie rental business just got easier for one major player. Jennifer talks to Microsoft. She also talks with a developer of PC games. We have a first lucky iTunes winner. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 2:
Big news about game consoles from E3. Jennifer interviews a favorite educational software maker. She also tries out some Windows games. Another iTunes winner. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 3:
New game gadgets at E3. FCC makes the rule, but there's still fun for phones. We talke with Her Interactive about a favorite game series. Our last iTunes winner of the day. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Interviews:

Chris Donohue from Microsoft, about Games for Windows

Lyle Hall from Heavy Iron/THQ, about the Incredibles game

Richard Vincent, CEO of Kutoka, about their educational games

Megan Gaiser and Robert Riedl of Her Interactive, about the Nancy Drew series

Kidē—“ Web of the Week:

Parents and kids review games, tv, movies and more at www.commonsensemedia.org

Links mentioned in show:

Links will be posted later. Please check back.

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