One of Sarah’s first jobs was segment producing in San Jose, CA, for a TV show called New Media News. In those years the first internet bubble had not yet burst, and she spent a large chunk of her time interviewing 25-year old CEOs about their Next Big Things.As the Senior Segment Producer for a computer-centric show called “The Screen Savers” at TechTV in San Francisco, Sarah’s daily subject matter got her hooked on all things geeky. After a couple of years, Sarah moved into an on-camera position, which gave her the ability to share her many things geeky with a very large audience.In 2004, Sarah migrated south to Los Angeles to work for G4 and was the first female co-host of the network’s daily live variety hour “Attack of the Show!”In the summer of 2007, a couple of Sarah’s former co-workers from TechTV asked her to join the team at Revision3, an emerging online television network. She accepted the Director of Production position and began building out a production team, a state of the art HD studio, and creating and acquiring new, exciting programming. Sarah also created, wrote, and hosted popSiren, a quirky, fast-paced and educational show highlighting the very best of modern pop/web culture.In February 2009, Sarah joined the team at Current, a cross-platform media company (read: TV and web) as a Host, Online Producer, and Editor of the Current Tech channel, producing original video and written content, and staying on top of everything new, interesting, and just plain fun for her beloved tech community.During her stint at Current, Sarah also hosted a popular weekly live streaming/downloadable podcast, “This Week in FUN” with longtime colleague and friend Martin Sargent on TWiT.tv, where she was also a weekly contributor on web-centric podcast with Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur.In June of 2010, Sarah joined TWiT full-time. She produced, hosted, and edited various live shows across the network, including iPad Today, Tech News Tonight, iFive for the iPhone, and The Social Hour. She ate a lot of peanut butter preztels.In January 2015, Sarah joined TechCrunch as its first Executive Producer of Video. She also writes TechCrunch’s new daily video show, “Crunch Report.”Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Sarah Lane and other top speakers and celebrities.