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The Engadget Show returns this Friday, June 24th -- win a ticket to the taping!

Brian Heater

After a month-long slumber, the Engadget Show is back! We're taping this week, on Friday, June 24th at 6:00pm! Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens will be your guide through the world of technology. It'll all start with an in-studio look at some of this month's biggest gadgets before diving off to enjoy some gratuitous footage of a collection of durable gadgets doing what they do best -- getting beaten up. Finally, Rick Karr returns to take us on a tour through the often tragic world of US broadband access and give us new reason to think about moving abroad. We'll also have live music, giveaways, and maybe a few surprises.

The Engadget Show is sponsored by Sprint and will take place in our intimate NYC studio, so if you want to get in, you'll need to win a ticket in advance. But don't worry, if you can't get there in person we'll have a download up soon after taping.

Sprint is also offering guaranteed tickets to The Engadget Show taping to the first 60 entrants who text "ENGADGET" to 467467 or enter online! Standard text messaging rates apply. Click for the Official Rules and see how to enter online.

Here are the details if you win a ticket:
  • The event is all ages.
  • We'll open doors and begin seating at 5:15pm on June 24th, and the taping begins at 6:00PM. We'll be closing the doors at 5:50PM.
  • Winners must pick up their tickets before 2pm on June 24th or risk forfeiting their seat.
  • Please bring a photo ID with you to claim your ticket.
  • The show length is around an hour.
If you're a member of the media who wishes to attend, please contact us at: engadgetshowmedia [at] engadget [dot] com, and we'll try to accommodate you. All other non-media questions can be sent to: engadgetshow [at] engadget [dot] com.

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