WordPress TV

One of the things Matt Mullenweg talked about during his State of the Word at WordCamp Las Vegas was Automattic’s new project called WordPress.tv

Two days ago, WordPress.tv was finally launched. Here’s a short video introduction for WordPress.tv:

Here’s the post from the WordPress Blog.

Today we’ve switched on WordPress.tv, your visual resource for all things WordPress.

On WordPress.tv, you’ll find tutorials for both WordPress self-installs and WordPress.com to help you get blogging fast and hassle-free. We’ve kicked things off with the basics – now you can shape what comes next. Just drop us a line and let us know what you’d like to see added.

WordPress.tv is also now the place to find all that awesome WordCamp footage that was floating around the web without a home. See the presentations you missed and get a peek at behind-the-scenes action. We call it WordCampTV.

You’ll also find slideshows of presentations made by Automattic employees and other WordPress gurus, plus interviews I’ve done with the media and fellow bloggers.

I hope you’ll consider WordPress.tv not just a support resource, but also a place to hang out and keep up with all the geeky goodness going on in the WordPress community. Tune in regularly for fresh content and updates to the WordPress.tv blog. Lots more is on the way.

Its good to see Automattic diversify and add new stuff to WordPress. Honestly though I expected them to come up with something like this sooner but nevertheless, WordPress.tv is a welcome addition to the current pool of resources in the WordPress community. As a WordPress user, I wish there was something like this when I first started using WordPress which would’ve made it easier and faster for me to learn to use WordPress. For those of you who are just starting to use WordPress, you guys are so fortunate!

My favorite videos would have to be the ones under WordCampTV because I get to see and listen to the different topics and speakers from previous WordCamps. Btw, they already have the videos from WordCamp Las Vegas which I attended 2 weeks ago.

There are a lot of videos and I intend to go through all of them, even the How-To videos. I know those were intended for newbies but I just wanna make sure I don’t miss anything and I might just learn something new from one of those videos.

If you wanna learn more about WordPress or watch WordCamp videos, tune in to WordPress.tv today!

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  • Ambo, January 22, 2009 @ 6:21 PM

    Good thing WP created this site. More relaxing!

  • JP Habaradas, January 20, 2009 @ 11:20 PM

    @loy – Very useful indeed. To be honest, I haven’t ready the WordPress documentation completely myself. Hehe

  • loy, January 20, 2009 @ 11:16 PM

    Very useful site for WordPress newbies, or those too lazy to read the entire documentation. :lol:

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