ROYAL OAK — March Madness migrates to the M2 TechCast Monday, March 5, as noted Lansing economist Patrick Anderson takes the wraps of his software that promises to give you algorithmic advantage in your office NCAA basketball tournament pool. (Please use this for entertainment purposes only. No wagering, naturally.)
Also on Monday’s show, AT&T’s Robert Jones will talk about Wi-Fi upgrades in the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and other areas in the region.
Airfoil Public Relations President Jeff Lutz will also be on the show to talk about the work the company does with technology businesses, and Richard Steinnon, cybersecurity expert, will explain what he’ll be presenting at the April 4 IoT TechConnect conference, an Internet of Things extravaganza at the Troy Marriott.
M2 Techcast is heard live Mondays from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time at www.podcastdetroit.com. You also can listen to archived shows on demand by clicking on M2 TechCast at MITechNews.Com. It’s also available on SoundCloud, iTunes and other audio outlets.
Now in its third year, the M2 TechCast is co-hosted by Matt Roush, director of media relations at Lawrence Tech, and Mike Brennan, owner of MITechNews.com, an online Michigan tech news source since 1999. It’s part of the Podcast Detroit network of more than 80 locally produced podcasts, anchored by IT in the D, which runs Monday nights from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time and which regularly draws more than 500,000 listeners.