Adobe Photoshop TV Releases "Live from Adobe’s CS3 Launch" Episode
Tampa, FL – March 29, 2007 – Adobe® Photoshop® TV (www.photoshoptv.com) has produced a special video podcast, taped at the much-anticipated launch of Adobe’s Creative Suite 3 (CS3) in New York City. This special episode of the hugely popular video podcast includes exclusive interviews with Adobe CEO, Bruce Chizen, and Senior Vice President – Creative Solutions Business Unit, John Loiacono.
Photoshop TV’s hosts (Scott Kelby, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski) bring viewers a rare, inside look at Adobe’s monumental release and speak with top Adobe executives as well as industry leaders such as Michael Marcum of Wacom, Paul Renaud of Hewlett-Packard and Dennis Derrick of Strata.
“This entire experience has been so remarkable,” states Scott Kelby. “The folks with Adobe have been extremely gracious to us Photoshop Guys and this particular product revision is certain to change every facet of creative workflow in an incredibly positive way.”
Kelby is president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and #1 best-selling author of computer and technology books worldwide. He and his crew have been producing Photoshop TV since October of 2005. The video podcast is consistently one of iTunes Store’s most popular shows, averaging approximately 3,200,000 downloads a month.
The special episode of Photoshop TV will be cast on Friday, March 30, 2007 and can be viewed online or downloaded directly from www.photoshoptv.com.
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