It takes a village to raise a TechNet webcast, and I want to give credit where credit is due.  So let me introduce you to the folks who make this TechNet webcast factory run here at Microsoft.   Not only that, but we got pictures baby.  Now you can put a face to the name.

To create a good webcast, you need content.  Keith Mazzuco is the TechNet and Security webcast content manager.  He's the guy who plans and makes sure we have great ITPro content every month. 

Every webcast has a producer, who owns the production of that webcast, wrangles the presenters, collects the decks and demos, and is your master of ceremonies at the live webcast.   Jason Bennett is the lead TechNet webcast producer.   But TechNet does so many webcasts, we need two webcast producers!  So Aurora Queen also produces up a storm for TechNet webcasts.   So next time you're on a TechNet webcast, send Jason or Aurora a note in the QA panel, and let 'em know they're famous!  Or give 'em a piece of your mind!  Here's Jason, and then Aurora (in case you couldn't tell who's who)

And then Lyle Pease rounds out our team as the Webcast Coordinator.   Lyle makes the webcast machine run in the background, setting up the webcast details in our internal tools, and creating all the metadata and URLs for that are needed. 
These folks would say my shortened description of their jobs leaves out alot that they do, but I'm trying to make this short enough that you'll read to the end to see the most important part, their photos.  

As you can see, we're an eclectic group, and have fun making TechNet webcasts.
We hope you enjoy them as well!
Dean Andrews
TechNet Webcasts