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Taped live in studio on Tuesday, Mar. 7, 2017.
Twenty Pendleton storytellers submitted photos and videos of the people, places and things they are passionate about in their town. They were then interviewed at the Pendleton Historical Museum.
This live pledge program will include those stories, as well as live, in-studio interviews with the storytellers.
For more information on the program, or to suggest your town, contact Michelle Kinsey, Community Engagement Coordinator, at email@example.com.
The Foundation is so excited about the premiere of the program that they will be hosting a screening party that night. (The premiere is 8 p.m. March 7 on WIPB)
We will be updating our list of sponsors as they come in. Stay tuned.
PENDLETON – The WIPB-TV truck rolled into Pendleton on Sept. 17 to record stories with 20 of its residents for WIPB’s second “Now Entering.”
The backdrop for the interviews was the beautiful Pendleton Historical Museum, located next to the the Falls.
One by one, residents entered the building to share their stories about homesteads, high schools, famous residents, quilts, volunteerism and much more.
Nameless Catering, a Pendleton business, provided our lunch. Delicious.
So many great stories were shared. We cannot wait to share them with viewers!
PENDLETON – WIPB-TV will feature Pendleton in its ongoing series celebrating small towns.
Called “Now Entering…”, this program is a video scrapbook of the people, places and history of towns as seen through the eyes of its residents.
Pendleton community members will collect video footage and still photos to showcase their unique stories.
These stories will combine to create the “Now Entering…Pendleton” program, which will be broadcast on WIPB-TV.
A Community Meeting was held July 27 at the Pendleton Library, 595 E. Water St. At the meeting, resident learned about collecting stories, heard tips for shooting video and more.
WIPB will return to Pendleton on Sept. 17 to interview the storytellers and collect their photos and videos.
For more information, contact Michelle Kinsey, Community Engagement Coordinator, at (765) 285-5887 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WIPB-TV shines a spotlight on our great small towns
Called NOW ENTERING…, this program shines the spotlight on the great towns in our viewing area. The first town selected for this ongoing series was Portland.
Since the debut, we have featured Pendleton, Knightstown, Upland, Alexandria, Winchester, and Tipton. You can check out our Tipton episode here.
Our next town is…RUSHVILLE!
NOW ENTERING… is a video scrapbook of the people, places and history of towns as seen through the eyes of its residents. Community members will collect video footage and still photos to showcase their unique stories.
These stories will combine to create the NOW ENTERING program, which will be shown live as a pledge program on WIPB.
And because WIPB wants to make sure you can tell your story, video cameras will be provided – to be checked out, library-style, at a central location.
WIPB-TV will travel to the selected town to record interviews with storytellers and collect their videos and photos.
Watch the NOW ENTERING… Training Video.
Get tips on using the Canon Video Cameras (which can be checked out in each town).
SUGGEST YOUR TOWN!
Email Sam Clemmons to suggest your town for the NOW ENTERING… series!
Sam Clemmons, Producer and Director, WIPB-TV
Other sponsors include Citizens State Bank, Edward Jones Financial Consultants – Brett A. Bubalo & Dustin A. Pennington of Pendleton, Fredericks Inc. Contractors, Integrity of Madison County, Martin Insurance Group, The Sign-Age, Solutions4ebiz, Town of Pendleton, Anderson Madison County Visitors Bureau and Anderson Creative.
Be sure to tune in to WIPB at 8 p.m. March 7 for the premiere of NOW ENTERING…PENDLETON.