November 1st, 2007
xTrain and host Cali Lewis create a behind the scene “How-to Host a Live Remote with Skype™ Video Technology” podcast
Dallas, TX – Nov 2, 2007 – xTrain.com, the leader in on-line video training for media, arts, and design, and GeekBrief.TV have co-produced a podcast which demonstrates live remotes using Skype™ video technology.
GeekBrief.TV host, Cali Lewis, offers three to five minute video podcasts spotlighting new technologies, consumer electronics, and Web 2.0 projects. Their latest production, using xTrain’s state-of-the-art $5.5 million dollar studio, offers a behind-the-scenes view of how Skype video technology works and is geared for those whose interest range from professional to amateur.
GeekBrief.TV released their first production in December 2005. Their audience ranges from IT professionals to stay at home moms, and they offer fun, interesting updates on the latest trends in technology.
xTrain strives to be a leader in Web 2.0 on-line training by offering a fusion of network quality production, expert trainers, and solid instructional design which creates a truly unique on-line learning experience. On-line instruction ranges from classes such as Adobe CS3, graphic design, digital photography, digital art, on-line marketing, and much more. xTrain offers free preview classes where you can try a high quality training session before you buy. With class offerings priced at $79 per course for one year or $29 per month for unlimited access, xTrain’s training is both affordable and easy to access.