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Help WPSU Tell the DuBois Story!

Posted by Whitney on 03/24 at 02:44 PM

Grab your video or still camera and help us tell stories from your hometown of DuBois, PA. Don’t worry…no experience is required, just enthusiasm! Join your neighbors & WPSU-TV to help plan the project at the community meeting on Wednesday, April 6th at 7 p.m. at the DuBois Business College.

At the meeting local residents will work with WPSU producers to decide which landmarks, events, and local stories will be featured in the program. WPSU will answer questions about the project, provide some training, and ask volunteers to select a topic or subject to focus on for the show. The volunteers will work with WPSU to capture video and still photos that feature the topics they’ve selected. WPSU will return to DuBois to interview volunteers and then take the footage back to the station and edit the program together. The final television special will be broadcast in June on WPSU-TV. For more information, call our producers at 814-863-6634 or 814-863-6224.

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