orb3000 · Mar 9, 2011 at 03:01 am

Looking For Developers, NW´s, Chefs, and More: Interviews on XDA TV

Ok we are back with a good one! XDA member GrilledCheze is taking care of the interviews section for XDA TV and the show’s first episode will  start this week. Guess who will be the first one to be interviewed? Maybe you know him, a News Writer called orb3000 :D
This project will be about talking with the most interesting personalities around XDA -not including me of course.-
So, if you are a Developer, Chef, Admin, etc. or you know anyone who may be interested, please let them know about this project, which is bound to be a success only if we all support it!
Please share this article and leave your comments telling us who you would want to see on XDA TV!

Originally posted by GrilledCheze
Looking For Developers Who Want to be on XDA TV

Come join me on XDA TV!

Hey everyone. I need to start out by apologizing for the slow start on my XDA TV show. It turns out that doing interviews over hotel internet doesn’t work no matter where you are in the world. My business trip has ended, which means my show, XDA Insider, is ready to get going.

My show is all about you! The community. Each week I will be sitting down with a developer, admin, moderator, or anyone else who helps contribute to the community.

Obviously, I can’t kick start the show without a guest, so this is my callout: Would you like to be on XDA Insider? Post here or send me a private message containing 2 pieces of information – 1. what you do on this site 2. what times during the day you are available for interview.

Please remember that this show will be interactive, so we will need to set a recording date so I can give the community ample time to ask any questions they would like.

Show recording times
I prefer to record the show on Sunday in the morning Japan Time (+9), but anytime Sunday should be fine. Keep in mind that this is Saturday evening for those of you in the Americas

Suggested Recording Times Based on Location
Americas: Saturday evening or Sunday morning (This is Sunday morning or evening for me)
Europe and Africa: Sunday morning (This is Sunday afternoon for me)
Asia and Australia: Our times are similar. Mid-day would be best to adjust for the couple hours difference.

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