Starting up your own broadcasting network is no longer out of anyones reach. Dedication, hard work, a passion for what you love and of course a great internet connection. Andrew Zarian has always had a passion for broadcasting, and after being laid off decided he would follow his passion and make a carrer out of it.

In a sea of generic internship ads seeking ‘candidates with strong work ethic, attention to detail, good analytical skills, and of course, ability to take orders and accept under-compensation’ (okay, maybe not so blatantly on that last one), we stumbled upon quite an interesting tweet:

It’s great to create rich content but unless its easy to create the barriers of entry are high and the masses are not creating it. Webdoc aims to make it dead simple to allow those with/without technical knowledge to create rich engaging content that everyone can enjoy. In this installment of TZ Startup Hot Seat we chat with Vincent Borel Co-Founder of Webdoc.

Online forums have been around almost since the dawn of the internet. As Mark states below “Forums are the original social media”, people sharing information across the web on all sorts of different topics. In this installment of TZ Startup Hot Seat we have a chat with Mark O’Sullivan on Vanilla Forums…

This installment of TZ Startup Hot Seat features Keith Petri, Co-Founder of iGottaGuide. We first learned about them during our trip to New York for BlogWorld & New Media Expo this past May. iGottaGuide is currently in New York Beta before they expand out to other cities. Like in all cities their is the guided tour then the “Real Tour”.

A little while ago, we and our friends at ImTech were able to sit down with CEO of RoboDynamics, a Santa-Monica based telepresence robotics company and get an in-depth look at their new project, LUNA.  Since ‘her’ official introduction in early May in blogs like Engadget, Crunchgear, Gizmodo, etc. there’s been plenty of buzz about the world’s first consumer-friendly home robot.

TechZulu and The California Institute of Technology (CalTech) are pleased to announce Spotlight: LA Tech Summer. Spotlight: LA Tech is part of a quarterly demo series that will highlight the finest technology entrepreneurship in Southern California. We’re looking for companies with new technology to demonstrate (or better yet, those with upcoming launches they wish to promote among savvy peers).

Long time TechZulu partner is hosting a Japan Relief Live and Webathon Benefit Concert. We want to help do our part as well and help them spread the word by embedding their Japan Relief player. This player allows users to donate directly and safely to GlobalGiving Foundation.

TechZulu and Walker Corporate Law Group have come together to bring you the must know legal mistakes you could be making when building your startup.

If you use Yelp, Twitter, Foursquare, Gowalla, GPS navigation, movie searches or anything like those on your mobile device, then you use Location based apps. The Where 2.0 conference, and Wherecamp are largely set around location, hence the word Where in the names.