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Miss something on my show? Watch it again online

Miss something on my show? Watch it again online

Every weekend on my national radio show I cover the things you really need to know about living your best digital life. I go over safety tips, ways to use your phone more productively, data breaches, the latest happenings from the big tech companies and so much more. I cover so many important things during my show that I don't want you to miss one minute.

The new Komando Community is the best way to catch up on what you missed. You can watch each hour of the show on-demand anytime. Or, if you want to get in on the real action, watch the live recording on Fridays.

You can chat with me and other members during the live show recording. And if you miss the show Friday, we stream it Saturday too with the same interactive chat experience. Click or tap here to join Komando Community now!

The best part? Where the radio show goes to commercial break, you can watch the show uninterrupted for a more enjoyable experience. Not only that, the entire community is ad-free.

You can also watch past episodes. If you want to take the show on the go, you can download it as a podcast so you can listen while you drive or during your morning walk.

Show Times

Friday Live Stream: 12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Pacific/3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Eastern

Saturday Streaming: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Pacific/10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

Join Komando Community to watch the show now!

Want to be on my show? Call during the live recording on Friday 1-888-825-5254 or book an appointment here.

Don't forget you can always catch me on my TV show that airs on Bloomberg Television. Episodes are one hour and air on Bloomberg TV every Saturday at 3 p.m. Eastern. You can also check out The Kim Komando Show YouTube channel that features the same great content you'll find on the shows and website. Check it out by tapping or clicking here.

Best ad-free alternative to Facebook

Kim has been telling her audience for years to ditch Facebook, and for good reason. Since its inception, Facebook has been plagued with privacy problems. So she created her own members-only social media network, and her fans are loving it.

Tap or click to find out about the ad-free, secure social media network.

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