If you are in Europe, you may hear of Intruders TV which a global network of video blogs covering the web 2.0 and technology ecosystem. We used to talk to Vincent Camara, co-founder of Intruders TV about the possibility to expand this WebTV network into Asia, and I thought it was not easy. There are millions of bloggers in Asia, but the fact is very few of them is professional, really I just could not find anyone passionate about video blogging. We need someone take us to the conference and event in Asia, interview influential entrepreneurs, visit startups etc. Blog is not just about text and image, the audience needs audio and video too.

Finally, we found one, it is named Geek Goddess Show. I have to say it is not very professional yet, but its team is doing very interesting work. Geek Goddess Show is co-produced by SG Entrepreneurs which is co-founded by Bernard Leong and Podfire.sg, Singapore’s premier video podcast network founded by Michael Cheng of Singapore PHP User Group.

Geek Goddess Show is produced in Singapore, but Bernard told me, the show seriously wants to talk more about things in Asia instead of being US or Europe centric. The video clip followed is Geek Goddess Show Episode 4 which talks about OpenWeb Asia and Social Media Breakfast in Singapore. More episodes can be found on Podfire. If you want to contact the team for news in Asia, please email geekgoddessshow At gmail.com.

One more note: if you love video blogs and are interested in life in China, you should visit Danwei TV founded by Jeremy Goldkorn and Sexy Beijing TV.

Dr. Gang Lu - Founder of TechNode. He's a Blogger, a Geek, a PhD and a Speaker, with passion in Tech, Internet and R'N'R.

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  1. Hi Gang Lu,

    Thanks for the heads up and review of the Geek Goddess Show. We are still in the process of experimenting and improving the show for the better.

    Will stay in touch and let you know of our latest progress.

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