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Latest TPC News

Peace and Justice Plaza Ceremony

On October 11, the Town of Chapel Hill honored the legacies of former Town Council member Bill Thorpe and former Tar Heel coach Dean Smith with the addition of their names to a granite marker on the Peace and Justice Plaza at 179 East Franklin Street. Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt offered opening remarks, family members and friends offered fond memories, and UNC's gospel choir gave several inspirational performances.The Peoples Channel's production services team was delighted to have been invited to document this historic ceremony.

TPC at Centerfest!

TPC's staff and board of directors had an absolute blast enjoying the sites, sounds, and smells (roasted turkey leg, anyone?) of Durham's 41st annual Centerfest Arts Festival. We were proud to stand alongside the Rotary Club of Durham and the Triangle Downtowner Magazine as Palladium Sponsors of this premier arts event, organized by the Durham Arts Council. Thanks to everyone who dropped by TPC's table to lend their voice to our Centerfest recap video!

National Fabry Disease Foundation Video

The Peoples Channel's Production Services team recently traveled to Greensboro to spend a day at the National Fabry Disease Foundation's annual family conference. The result: this short video designed to raise awareness of and educate people about this invisible, deadly, yet treatable disease. Thank you to all those attendees who took time out of their day to share their stories in front of the camera.

Summer Camp Movies Are Online!

Congrats to all our 2015 summer campers. 70 hours of dedicated filmmaking have led to some awesome, innovative movies. Watch, share, re-watch, and share again! Both the horror movie and action movie are available to stream and download. Thanks so much to Jason Abide, our fearless camp instructor, and to our interns, Megan and Aaron. Thanks also to TPC's Board of Directors and, of course, to the parents and campers for their collaborative and creative spirit!