TV show EDGE wants to help geeks show off their best work

A new TV show called EDGE is providing geeks, nerds, techies and makers across the country with a place to show off their inventions.

A new TV show called EDGE is providing geeks, nerds, techies and makers across the country with a place to show off their inventions.

Have you built something that you’d like to show off to the country? Do you have an opinion on a gadget, game or anything at all that’s vaguely techie that you’d like to share? Do you do unboxings on YouTube that nobody watches and you’d like a bit more exposure?

Well, here’s your chance: EDGE, the TV show we collaborate on, has put out a call to all and sundry for gadget reviews, unboxings, hacks and invention showcases, which they’d like to review and use in the show if they pass muster.

You’ll need to make a video of whatever it is you’re talking about/showing off, and submit it to EDGE. You can do that on their Facebook page, via Twitter (@190ed) and also via their official web site.

You will be contacted should the producers like what they see, and your creation could potentially end up on EDGE, which airs on DStv channel 190.

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