Adobe Photoshop TV Reaches One Million Downloads in a Single Month

Wildly Popular Video Podcast Reaches Unprecedented Viewership

Oldsmar, Florida – March 22, 2006 – The producers of the highly trafficked video Podcast, Adobe® Photoshop TV reported that their 30-minute weekly presentation was downloaded over one million times in the month of March, 2006.

Featuring Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowski and best-selling author Scott Kelby, Photoshop TV is a weekly tutorial program that gives viewers tips, secrets and new techniques for making the most of Adobe® Photoshop software.

Along with demonstrating quick tips and in-depth techniques, the “Photoshop Guys” pepper their Podcast with their own brand of humor and airiness.

The trio are part of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, the organization that publishes Photoshop User magazine and produces the bi-annual Photoshop World Conference and Expo.

Along with the million downloads, Photoshop TV has transferred over 30 terabytes of data in March. In comparison, it is said that the books in the entire Library of Congress contain roughly 20 terabytes of text.

“When we launched the program, we had a feeling it would be a popular Podcast,” says Scott Kelby. “We had no idea it would turn into the behemoth it has. It’s really been a wild ride and too much fun.”

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