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These are notable hosts on TechTV's The Screen Savers


Hosts

Kate Botello (1998-2000)
Kate left the show to co-host Extended Play with Adam Sessler. She also co-hosted a TechTV video on computer basics with Chris Pirillo. Kate currently lives in Traverse City, Michigan, where she owns and operates a web design company.

Leo Laporte (1998-2004)
Leo left the show on April 1, 2004. He was the host of The Lab with Leo Laporte on G4techTV Canada in Canada and How To Channel in Australia. He also has his own technology talk radio show syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks, as well as a host of numerous podcasts, most notably this WEEK in TECH.

Patrick Norton (2000-2004)
Patrick joined the show as Kate left in 2000. Patrick, not wanting to be transferred to Los Angeles after the merger of TechTV and G4, left the show in 2004.

Kevin Rose (2003-2005)
Kevin continued to be a co-host until The Screen Savers ended in March 2005; he co-hosted Attack of the Show!, the replacement for The Screen Savers, until May 2005.

Alex Albrecht (2004)
Alex joined The Screen Savers as co-host on the first G4techTV episode airing from Los Angeles. He was terminated on November 11, 2004.

Chi-Lan Lieu (2004-2005)
Chi-Lan co-hosted The Screen Savers with Kevin Pereira for a short time in December 2004. She was replaced as co-host by Sarah Lane in January 2005.

Supporting members and temporary hosts

See also

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