On January 11, 2018

Local TV to host producers’ group

RUTLAND—PEGTV is inviting the community to join its new monthly group called The Producers’ Group. The goal of the group is to inspire, train, and connect longtime and aspiring producers alike in a fun, encouraging atmosphere. It’s an opportunity for locals to share their work, collaborate on projects and learn from each other. No prior video experience is required to join the group, and all Rutland County residents are welcome.

“Whether you’re in the brainstorming stage or putting on the final touches of your video, I hope you’ll join us and share this journey with fellow Rutland producers,” said Daniel Appelt, the technical coordinator at the station. “When you’re creating a video on your own, you’re limited to your own imagination and abilities. When you bring other people into the process, doors start opening up you never knew about.”

The group will meet on the second Thursday of every month, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the PEGTV studio, 1 Scale Avenue in the Howe Center. On Jan. 11, guest speaker Kurt Supancic of Peak View Productions will give a lighting demonstration, with refreshments.

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