Sarah Lane

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Sarah Lane

Sarah Lane is the co-host of Tech News 2Night on the TWiT network. Sarah also hosts iPad Today with Leo Laporte and iFive for the iPhone. She formerly co-hosted This Week in Fun and RedditUP both of which has since been put on hiatus. The Social Hour Lane also hosted with Amber MacArthur, but the show was retired in late-September of 2014. She currently resides in San Francisco, California, USA.

Shows

Lane hosted the TWiT Network's show on green technology called Green Tech Today with Dr. Kiki Sanford for the first two episodes before the show was redesigned.

iFive for the iPhone is a netcast featuring top five lists of popular iPhone apps and functionality. The show offers visual walkthroughs and helpful tricks in a fast-paced format, with each episode clocking in under 10 minutes. Sarah has hosted it for more than 100 episodes. It was the first and only show on the TWiT Network that only for the iPhone.

iPad Today is the TWiT Network's show only for iPads. It is hosted with Sarah and Leo Laporte on Monday. It is about an hour long and there have been over 200 episodes recorded.

Lane was a co-host on the TWiT Network's daily technology news show Tech News Today (TNT) along with Tom Merritt, Iyaz Akhtar, and producer Jason Howell. In 2014, Sarah began hosting the show with Mike Elgan, but soon left the show and began hosting Tech News 2Night regularly Monday through Thursday.

Lane is a host on Tech News 2Night. She will host Monday thru Thurday regularly. Jason Howell does the show on Friday.

Lane co-hosted The Social Hour with Amber MacArthur. It was about social media websites, apps, trends, etc. The show was announced retired in late-September of 2014.

Lane previously co-hosted This Week in Fun with Martin Sargent; the show is available on TWiT.tv. TWiF was broadcast every Friday, but has since been put on hiatus.

Sarah Lane co-hosted RedditUP with Chad Johnson. The show was announced to be put on hiatus in late September of 2014. The show discussed all things happening on Reddit.



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