Photoshop Radio becomes Photoshop TV

Just as we're trying to get used to all the new voices in podcasting, now it's time for new faces, thanks to the recently introduced version of iTunes and the video iPod. But in the case of Adobe "Photoshop TV," (formerly "Photoshop Radio") which launched its first video podcast episode today, the video component is an asset that goes beyond the personalities of its three anchors, "The Photoshop Guys," aka Scott Kelby, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski.

Particularly when it comes to tutorials featured in the show, put on by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, the information is much easier to digest when you can actually see techniques being demonstrated live on photos.

Video and The Photoshop Guys seem meant to be together. Just wait, however, until the likes of Howard Stern start doing video broadcasts.

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