We sat down with Dan Robinson, Executive Director of Fayetteville, Public TV. Dan is a long-time resident of Fayetteville that has had experience in the local music, radio, and public television scene. He has a big heart to serve the needs of our local community in any capacity at his disposal.
“Giving people the opportunity to produce content without the obstacles of cost or censorship was very exciting to me!”
In 2017, following the Fayetteville Public Library model, Dan got Fayetteville Public TV to open up its resources to Benton and Washington County residents for a small annual fee of $50.
Fayetteville Public TV will not only help you use their equipment and studio to produce content, but they will also work with you to determine if you have the right equipment to do what you want to do with video.
You can take courses on content creation to help you bring your video and podcast ideas to life. Fayetteville Public TV also offers edit bays for use in 3-hour increments.
If you want to create something special via video, you need to visit Faypublic.tv to learn more about all of their services.
If you connect with Dan, let him know that you heard about him first on the I am Northwest Arkansas podcast.
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