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Well everyone, welcome to a new PodTech.net! It’s been a hectic few months, could you tell? We’ve been building out a platform to support video. Robert Scoble joined our team. We’ve been reorganizing our content. We hired a bunch of new people, including reporters in LA, Boston, amazing engineers, video editors and producers, marketing peeps, and even some “executives”.
We’re really happy with this new update of PodTech.net, and it’s just a beginning. You’ll see many more changes to the UI and features, not to mention more homegrown PodTech shows as well as content partnerships that are in the works.
We’re trying to push the boundaries of video. We’re trying to set a standard in how companies tell their stories. We’re trying to bring you consistently authentic voices and stories that you won’t get anywhere else. And we’re having a great time doing it.
All this is happening at a time when the media industry is rapidly changing – it’s a world of new players. People want content, good content, when they want it, where they want it, and how they want it. Media today is multimedia. It’s more. It’s more than just text. It’s audio and video. We’re all about telling stories you can’t see or hear anywhere else, anytime you want – on your PC or portable device.
We hope you like the direction we’re heading in, and we especially hope you enjoy the ScobleShow, PodTech News, and other great shows coming out of tech and media. We really look forward to your feedback.
So check out PodTech.net, PodTech News, and ScobleShow. Let us know what you think! Huge thanks to everyone who has been working so hard to help us get here. And there will be more updates soon, including, yes, my own show. I’ll be back.