Chip Talk is a radio show syndicated by the Associated Press Radio Network. Launched in the early 1980s, it is the longest-running computer-related broadcast program on the air. It was written and hosted by Seattle radio personality Dave Ross, who had produced the program since its inception, until mid-2004, when he took a leave of absence to run for the United States Congress. Kevin Ebi was substitute host during the campaign; Ross resumed his place as host following his unsuccessful campaign run. Chip Talk is produced at Seattle's KIRO (AM) radio.
- Chip Talk Home page with archives
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