Marc contributes to more than 40 prominent publications, including USA Today/Gannett, Yahoo, MSN, Costco Connection, AARP, Toronto Star, Metro, Common Sense Media, TELUS Talks Business, Connected, CAA Magazine, Homefront, OWL, Zoomer, and others.
Marc has authored 16 books, beginning with Internet Games Directory (1996) and Gamer's Web Directory: Sites, Cheats and Secrets (1997) to the White Collar Slacker’s Handbook: Tech Tricks to Fool Your Boss (2005), Siri For Dummies (Wiley; March 2012) and Apple Watch For Dummies (2015).
As a technology expert and commentator, Marc has appeared on multiple TV stations around the world -- including CNN, Headline News, NBC, CBS, FOX, Al Jazeera, CTV, Global TV, CP24. In 2019, Marc will host Tech Impact on CNBC.
Marc is also the host of Gear Guide, a national video spot that plays at Cineplex movie theaters across Canada.
Marc is the host and producer of the nationally syndicated Tech It Out, a radio show and podcast via Radio America (278 stations), and hosts three high-profile radio shows in Canada: on Toronto's NewsTalk 1010 (Bell Media), Montreal's CJAD 800 (Bell Media) and Winnipeg's 680 CJOB (Corus).
Speaking across North America on a wide variety of tech topics, Marc Saltzman enjoys talking to groups big or small, consumer- or business-oriented, and ranging from kids to seniors. Along with delivering keynotes, Marc also enjoys emceeing events, moderating panels, delivering seminars, and hosting lunch n’ learns.
With 25 years of industry experience, Marc Saltzman is a recognized and trusted technology and gaming evangelist in North America.
Marc is a freelance journalist for more than 40 publications (including a syndicated column with USA TODAY), a prolific (16-time) author, radio and television personality, public speaker, and host of “Gear Guide,” which runs on Cineplex movie theater screens across Canada.
Marc specializes in consumer electronics, online technology, business tech, interactive entertainment, and future trends.
USA TODAY: Epic! book app for kids
A look at hot car tech.
Little-known features of Amazon Echo and other Alexa devices.
What to look for when shopping for a home camera system.
A look at recommended add-ons to expand your smartphone's functionality.
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