We helped Black River Academy Museum (BRAM) produce a new 10-minute promotional video, which shares the story of the building to its visitors. Bill Jenney from the Pres. Coolidge State Historic Site on Plymouth Notch provided the voice over. Music was provided by renowned Vermont musician Spencer Lewis. Thanks to actors Sherri Geimer, Aiyana Fortin, Patrick Cody, Ethan Renkee, Izzy the donkey, Ms. Heidi Baitz & her 6th grade class at Ludlow Elementary School.
Check it out- In case you were wondering what we do...
"LPCTV provides the Okemo Valley region with equal access to multi-media technology for the purposes of education and information." That's our new mission statement, which was adopted as part of our new strategic plan.
Over the course of the past year, the LPCTV Board of Directors developed a new 5-year strategic plan. That new plan was adopted at the annual meeting in June. Here is a photo of us during planning session from last Fall at the Combes Family Inn:
We have worked in partnership with the Plymouth Historical Society on the completion of their feature documentary, Irene: Ruin to Renewal, which chronicles the lasting impact that Tropical Storm Irene had on Plymouth. It will be premiering on the eve of the 5th anniversary of the storm, Saturday, August 27th, at 7pm at the President Coolidge State Historic Site on Plymouth Notch. Due to high demand, a seoind screening was added over the weekend, on Sunday, August 28th at 3pm.
Here is a little something from a collection of station ID videos created by Vincent Guerrera, who will be graduating from Castleton St. this year: