Englewood, CO (PRWEB) March 23, 2007
Apple fans now have their own television station on the Internet. CleverMedia TV launched MacMost.com (http://macmost.com) this week, a video podcast and news Web site for people who own Macintosh Computers, iPods and the soon-to-be-released iPhone.
"The site is geared toward non-geeks, just typical computer users looking to learn more," said CleverMedia TV producer Gary Rosenzweig. "Most Mac users don't care about Apple's stock price or the latest software hacks. They just want to learn how to use their Mac."
The MacMost video podcast is a weekly video show that can be downloaded through iTunes, watched at the MacMost.com Web site, or seen at other video sites such as YouTube. Host Molly Stanberry runs down the week's top Apple news and introduces how-to tutorials.
The Web site itself features news headlines about Apple products, and asks users to vote on which stories are the most interesting. This will not only be used to decide which stories are covered in the podcast, but also what direction the site will take in covering future news.
CleverMedia TV is an Internet content company that produces several video podcasts. Rosenzweig said that the idea for an Apple-oriented video podcast came after they realized that they all use and love Macs, and follow Apple news religiously.
"It is the one passion that everyone here shares," said Rosenzweig. We live and breathe the Apple lifestyle here, so wanting to do a show and a site about it seemed to be a great idea."
In addition to the main video podcast, the site will also feature stand-alone video tutorials, lists of tips and tricks, product reviews and links to other sites that Mac and iPod users might find useful.
CleverMedia TV also produces the video podcasts Podcast Salad, Geek Girl TV, The Daily Vlog and the Secrets of Y.