About Author

David Maldow is the Founder & CEO of Let's Do Video and has been covering the visual collaboration industry, and related technologies, for over a decade. His background includes 5 years at Wainhouse Research, where he managed the Video Test Lab and evaluated many of the leading solutions at the time. David has authored hundreds of articles and thought pieces both at Telepresence Options, where he was managing partner for several years, as well as here at Let's Do Video. David often speaks at industry events and webinars as well as hosting the LDV Video Podcast.


  1. swilcoxe@cisco.com'

    Just asking the seemingly obvious question, but aren’t the “Let’s do video” podcasts available in video format? I thought I was missing a plug-in or something on my browser. Not trying to be snarky, just wanted to make sure that audio only was intentional. Great content though David, keep it up! Love hearing from the Acano team.

  2. marco.faassen@visionsconnected.com'

    Hi David,

    Thanks for the valuable information and topics covered in your podcasts. But why are these not done via video? Would be great to see the live Co-Spaces during the chat.

    ps the heavy breathing in the background was the most “disrubtive”.


  3. We are definitely looking to put some Video Podcasts on the menu (and very happy to see that there is some demand for it). After all the time we spend talking about the impact and value of video it does seem a little odd to have an audio podcast, but I like the idea of having both. I listen to audio podcasts all the time (mostly when walking or driving) and it has always been a bit of a dream to be listed on iTunes along with my favorite audio podcasts.


    That being said, I am itching to get video rolling as well after getting a few more of these under our belts and working out some more of the kinks. For now the best I can do is share a pic that the Acano team snapped during the session.


    As far as the heavy breathing, that’s a great example of the kinks we are still working out. I started noticing it a few minutes in and didn’t want to break the conversation flow by calling out the breather. I should have called “cut” and asked everyone to mute their mics. I hope it doesn’t take away from the content too much.

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