“Taxi Talks” Launches “Great Recession Tell-All” on Google’s YouTube Service

Taxi Talks is a new web series that repaves the way some people survive in a tough economy. A twist on Taxi Cab Confessions.

Phoenix, AZ, March 13, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Taxi Talks is a new web entertainment series where cab drivers from all over the world talk about their lives, professions, and aspirations. Some complain, others inform, but all entertain. Taxi Talks is about real people telling real-life stories. It is a series of interviews that discuss people’s troubles during The Great Recession, trying to survive a tough economy, forcing them to turn to unusual jobs. These are smart, competent professionals seeking work driving, just to make some money to feed their families.

Taxi Talks is a production of Phoenix-based digital marketing company Aperture Web Productions. The show is moderated and is produced by show creator Sean Patterson.

Says creator Sean Patterson, “This series goes undercover into the world of taxi cab driving to discover the fascinating stories of real drivers. Other shows have entertained us by making fun of the passengers, but this show turns that model on its head and features the drivers. They are really the ones with the interesting stories.”

Taxi Talks is a YouTube web series that will be broadcasted on http://www.youtube.com/TaxiTalks.

Aperture Web Productions has released a trailer of the series, available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MImSN-1kfec

Out today is episode one (of a multi-part series), which details the struggle of a road engineer, but also serves as an interesting introspective on how red light cameras and speed traps work. It details what technology is out there to make driving safer for us all.

Taxi Talks episode 1 is now online at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNx-q8eDZiI

Aperture Web Productions is online at http://www.ApertureWebProductions.com.

Aperture Web Productions
Sean Patterson
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