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Saturday was a pretty big day on "The Tech Guy" show. Steve Martin called in to let the world in on the secret that Leo is leaving radio! The world-famous comedian, actor, and writer wished Leo well as he announced his retirement from nearly 50 years in radio, 19 of them as "The Tech Guy".

Leo's last live radio broadcast is December 18, 2022, but the end of the Tech Guy radio show does not mean the end of Leo. Or the radio show. We're pleased to announce that KTLA's Rich DeMuro will take the radio show over in 2023 under the name "Rich on Tech".

And Leo is thrilled to announce that he'll continue answering your questions and talking tech with Mikah Sargent, every Sunday from 11a-2p Pacific/2-5p Eastern/1900-2200 UTC starting January 4, 2023 at twit.tv/live and on "Ask The Tech Guys" podcast at twit.tv.

From time to time, many of the regulars you love will join "Ask The Tech Guys", like Scott Wilkinson, Dick DeBartolo, Johnny Jet, Sam Abuelsamid, and Rod Pyle, to address questions specific to their areas of expertise. The podcast will also feature appearances from TWiT's own Jason Howell and Ant Pruitt, plus co-hosts from our other podcasts.

In the coming weeks, look for more details on the official launch of "Ask The Tech Guys". It will be available on all the podcast apps and ad-free on Club TWiT. If you're already subscribed to "The Tech Guy" there's no need to do anything - you'll get the new show automatically.

Let's congratulate Leo on his many years in radio, and wish him continued success as a podcaster and our Chief TWiT!

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