Video Podcast Directory - Podcasts with some video episodes
NAPP instructor & Adobe Certified Expert in Lightroom Rafael "RC" Concepcion takes you on a guided tour of Photoshop Lightroom 3 and walks you through how to use all the program's powerful tools and features in this hands-on, how-to podcast series. Also contains previously published episodes on Lightroom 2.
By Peachpit TV
Don't miss the Arsenal Weekly podcast with host Russell Hargreaves. Available every Monday, the podcast features all the latest from the club with action and reaction from the weekend game, an exclusive player interview, a chat with an 'Arsenal Insider’, an Arsenal history lesson and a tactical heads-up on our next opponent. Tweet your questions for discussion using #ArsenalWeekly.
By Arsenal Broadband Ltd
Moments of peace from beautiful locations around the world. Just take a moment to relax. You deserve to. Each podcast is 1.5 minutes of HD scenary. No music or voiceover, just natural surroundings. Designed to give you a few moments of peace in your day. Travel with us and be free.
By Doug Lapsley
http://www.wavesdvd.com - Enjoy over 20 minutes of beautiful sunsets and waves on 20 of the Best Beaches from Hawaii, California, Caribbean and Florida. SEE our Top 20 "Best Beaches / Relaxation Minute" series from our award winning Waves DVD Series, plus 5 of the best waterfalls in California. Don't forget to comment, rate, and subscribe. Visit http://www.wavesdvd.com Buy a video as a relaxing gift for yourself, family or friends, so we can continue to make them for you. Thanks.
By Greg Voevodsky
My Virtual Window: Norway in HD is an Apple TV compatible video podcast mostly about nature, places and people in Western Norway - the best kept secret of Europe. Be prepared for majestic fjords, snowy mountains and fresh, crisp and clear air that fills your lungs with that much needed oxygen. Since it is a window for you to observe the world through, this podcast has mostly natural sounds. As with most windows, the view may appear somewhat static at times. This is intentional and part of this concept.
By Paul Bergquist