Denton, TX (PRWEB) December 14, 2007
Jeremy Estes and Robert Furber are the two guys behind NetStartup.TV, a live video program that allows viewers to watch the two entrepreneurs start and build their Internet business and interact with them while they do it.
The program is brodcasted from Denton, a suburb of Dallas, Texas over UStream.TV, a service that gives publishers the capability of streaming live video and interactive chat 24/7 over the Internet.
"We wanted to give people who are looking to start online businesses a real-world view of how to put together an actual Internet company without holding back the good stuff" says Jeremy, the self-professed 'brains' of the operation.
And they're not holding anything back, with their 9:30 start-time, morning brainstorm sessions, employee hiring, strategy discussions, and everything else until the lights of the office are shut off, which has been known to stretch until 1 or 2 am.
"Our main goal is to have fun," says Furber who often sports beanies and flip flops while counting cash in front of the cameras " if we're not going to have fun, we might as well go get jobs," he finishes.
It's true the NetStartup.TV guys like to have their fun, and even their viewers seem to be having a blast with them, but when it comes working on pointing their startup towards success, they're all business.
For more information on NetStartup.TV visit the website today at http://www.NetStartup.tv