The Folklorist Premiere

Written by Angela Harrer, Co-Director of Original Programming

NewTV's Original Program The Folklorist has just launched its second season. The premiere episode that aired on Thursday, November 6th on NewTV included the stories of a team of explorers that struggled to survive in a snowy wasteland in Shackleton's Voyage, a town that descended into hysteria after a mysterious sea creature from the deep was spotted off the coast in The Gloucester Sea Serpent, and two young ladies who enchanted the world with their mystical photographs in The Cottingley Fairies.

Use NewTV Production Services This Holiday Season

Written by Melinda Garfield, Production Services Manager

There is no better time for your company to promote services and give thanks then the holiday season. Consider using NewTV Production Services to create a custom video that can be used as a marketing tool to gain exposure while boosting employee moral and thanking clients who have helped take your business to the next level. Whether it's a silly spoof, a heartfelt thank you, or a simple gathering of holiday spirit, our creative team can work with you to execute a video that suites your needs, while keeping with the look and feel of your company. Contact Melinda Garfield now to get that special holiday video started before another season passes you by!

Original Programming Invited to NYTVF

Written by Andrew Eldridge, Co-Director of Original Programming

NewTV's Original Programming team was recently invited to attend the 10th Annual New York Television Festival as official artists of the festival, which presents an amazing opportunity to connect producers directly with major networks such as A&E, History Channel, Pivot TV, the CW, NBC and many more. Over the course of the week, Angela, Melinda, and I attended the festival's sessions on ways to perfect your pitch, discussions on the content networks are seeking, talks with industry professionals about their personal stories of how they got to where they are today, and development days where top executives from various channels discussed the future of television,

After School Program: From Simple Hobby to Passion to Rewarding Career

Written by Joe Garozzo, Director of Educational Media

When I was a kid, I remember picking up my dad’s old camcorder and recording anything and everything that crossed my path. I would spend weekends, school vacations, and summers making movies with my friends. This is how I first discovered the great big world of video production – it was a creative and technical outlet for me to express myself. At first, it was as simple as grabbing a camera and shooting, but eventually I found out it was so much more.

I recently attended the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) conference in St. Paul, MN. Geared toward professionals working in municipal and county government, it was a great meeting point to learn as well as share different initiatives that are bringing information to constituents. Discussions underscored the changing landscape in how government will need to be flexible, thoughtful, as well as innovative in the near future to address the needs of community stakeholders.

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