|Hosted by||Dana Warren, Eric Johnson, Eric Beehler, & Josh Jones|
|Original release||December 5, 2007 – present|
CS Techcast: The Technology Information IT Professionals Need to Succeed is a technology podcast released every Monday that is hosted by Dana Warren, Eric Johnson, Eric Beehler, and Josh Jones; all are authors, IT professionals, and avid contributors to the IT community at large. Each week they discuss the latest in technology trends and technology news and conduct expert interviews with key members of the Information Technology community.
After the show's theme, Josh Jones begins with an introduction of the show and the hosts. The first few minutes are usually consumed with light banter between the hosts about goings on from the last week. This is followed by IT News, in which the hosts typically discuss and comment on four or five stories. Dana Warren introduces the stories and then all three hosts offer their opinions on each. After news, the show turns to a 12-15 minute interview of an author or other prominent member of the IT Community. The final 10 minutes of the show is filled with segments. Most shows have a "Weekly Tech Tip" from Josh Jones and the "Worst Tech Move of the Week" in which Eric Beehler discusses notably bad technology or business news. There is also a rotating segment each week led by Eric Johnson. Topics have included closer looks at technology, rants about IT Pet Pevees, and tech book reviews.
The show has featured many guests, all authors, Microsoft MVPs, or other prominent members of the IT community. The following is a list of some of the show's past guests.
The show's first episode was released on Wednesday December 5, 2007. New episodes were released every Wednesday until episode 11 on February 11, 2008 when the release date changed to Monday.
The first video episode was a live roundtable discussion at the Colorado PASS Camp  in Denver, Colorado on March 6, 2008.
Distribution and Licensing
All episodes are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License, and are distributed via download from the CS Techcast  website, from Apple's iTunes Store, and from several major podcast directories. All episodes are in 64 kbit/s MP3 monoral format. There is no download charge from any source.