writer, producer, editor
Neal Campbell is an Internet TV pioneer and producer. In 2005, he launched GeekBrief.TV as one of the first video podcasts. The show quickly found an audience hungry for gadget news. Six months to the date that GeekBrief.TV released Brief #1, Neal and his ex-wife Luria announced they were able to quit their day jobs to produce the show full-time.
During it’s five years of production, GeekBrief.TV remained in the top 100 podcast list in iTunes and in the top 10 technology podcasts. In 2008, GeekBrief.TV won the Podcast Award for Best Video Podcast. In 2009, GeekBrief.TV won a Telly Award for an episode called A Geek Brief Bedtime Story in the News Feature category. In 2010, GeekBrief.TV was an question/answer on Jeopardy (video). GeekBrief.TV ended due to a tragic divorce. Neal is back with a fresh take on Gadget News with The Gadget Report.
P.W. Fenton is a legend in the world of podcasting, and it’s his amazing voice you hear on the opening title of GadgetReport.TV. P-Dub was one of the earliest podcasters. He produces Digital Flotsam, BluesLand, Bluesday Night Open Jam, Perfect Head and Whole Nuther Story.
P-Dub’s website, “It’s A Girl Thang,” won an award from the Blues Foundation for “Keeping The Blues Alive – On The Internet.” He received a grant from the Suncoast Blues Society to produce a two hour documentary “A History of The Blues In The Tampa Bay Area” which was aired on WMNF-FM. Digital Flotsam won “Podcast Peer Awards” in 2006 for “Best Produced Podcast”, “Best Story Telling Podcast” and “Favorite Podcast.”
The Company Store
Neal buys his black Apple T-shirts on semi-annual pilgrimages to the Mothership at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, California.
The Company Store is the original Apple Employee store located at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. The Company Store sells Apple logo t-shirts, caps and accessories.