Santa Barbara-based Make It Work
, the in-home computer and technology assistance firm known for its bright red Mini-Coopers, is targeting a national expansion, as part of a deal to carry the firm's radio show in twenty three new markets. According to Eric David Greenspan, the firm's founder and CEO, the firm has just signed an LOI to launch its radio show in 23 new markets with Citadel (ABC), and will also be expanding it services beyond the Southern California market as part of that show expansion. The firm runs a popular Saturday show on KNX1070 in Los Angeles, which features the firm's CTO, Jeremy Anticouni and Tim Conway, Jr. Greenspan said target markets for the radio show are San Francisco, Dallas, Detroit, Chicago, and New York, among others; Greenspan said the company plans to offer local services as its radio show launches in each of those markets.
posted on Monday, September 21, 2009
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