Washington, DC - FEB 11, 2014 - David Pogue, Yahoo tech columnist and host of Nova ScienceNow, will speak at the NAB Show Radio Luncheon, held April 8 in Las Vegas. Pogue has expanded Yahoo's consumer technology coverage since starting his column last fall. He is also a monthly columnist for Scientific American, a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning and host of Nova ScienceNow. For 13 years before joining Yahoo, Pogue wrote a weekly personal technology column for The New York Times.
Pogue covers topics such as The Digital Generation Comes of Age; Is Mobile Technology Killing Us?; Disruptive Tech: What's New, What's Coming and How It Will Change Everything; Web 2.0, Social Media and Other Buzzwords; and Why Products Fail.
Prior to launching his tech career, Pogue spent ten years conducting and arranging Broadway musicals. He uses his musical and scientific knowledge to write and perform song parodies on the piano, including "Don't Cry For Me, Cupertino" and "I Got YouTube."
Pogue is one of the world's best-selling how-to authors with over three million copies in print. He wrote or co-wrote seven books in the "For Dummies" series, including "Macs," "Magic," "Opera" and "Classical Music." His computer book series, the "Missing Manual," contains 120 titles.
The NAB Show Radio Luncheon will include the annual presentation of the prestigious NAB Crystal Radio Awards, which honor local radio stations for their year-round commitment to community service. Steve Harvey, popular national radio personality, will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame.