Del Conte is a contributor for The CBS Early Show and WCBS and a host on CNET TV. Photo: natalidelconte.com
Get your daily dose of tech news from a CSUEB alumna
- March 10, 2010 12:00pm
Natali Del Conte has been busy since graduating from Cal State East Bay ('00 Journalism). In addition to serving as senior editor on CNET, she is also a technical contributor to The CBS Early Show. Her last piece on the controversial new Web site, Chatroulette, ended up on the The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Del Conte co-hosts the technology news podcast Buzz Out Loud, one of CNET.com's flagship podcasts, in addition to Loaded, a daily technology news show on CNET TV where she delivers technology news in 5 minutes or less. CNET is owned and operated by CBS Interactive.
Keep up with Natali's exciting career via her blog.
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