Motorz Instructional Web Video Series Soars Into the Top Ten Automotive Apple iTunes Podcasts
SAN DIEGO, CA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Duke Networks, LLC, a producer of DIY television programming, is proud to introduce Motorz TV, www.motorz.tv. This online instructional web-video series has been developed for the automotive enthusiast offering the first step-by-step instructional series of its kind. Each episode demonstrates the installation of aftermarket products in a home garage using common hand tools that almost everyone already owns. On Motorz, correct installation methods are demonstrated while common installation pitfalls are uncovered and explained.
Motorz was recently made available as an Apple iTunes podcast, and within the first week of being added to the iTunes podcast catalog, Motorz soared into the top 10 featured automotive podcasts with numerous five-star testimonials from first time viewers. Innovator and host, Chris Duke of Duke Networks, is an accomplished writer and photographer for several national print publications, as well as an avid automotive enthusiast.
“We want Motorz to give enthusiasts the confidence to be a successful do-it-your-selfer, while also having fun”, said Duke. “Most people want to learn how do things themselves with common hand tools that they have around their garage at home. We want to show folks how simple many of these installations can be.”
Go to http://itunes.motorz.tv to subscribe to the iTunes Podcast. Download past episodes by just clicking the “Get” button. Listen to your podcasts on your computer with iTunes or sync them with your iPod or iPhone and watch on the go. Duke Networks is currently scheduling aftermarket manufacturers for future episodes of Motorz and will feature coverage of SEMA 2008.
About Duke Networks, LLC
Founded in 2008, Duke Networks produces educational DIY (Do-It-Yourself) programs and distributes them through its distribution partners, including TiVo, Apple iTunes, and popular video sharing websites like YouTube.. For more information, please visit www.duke.net.