“TV to New Media: Now Everyone’s a Producer” will be the topic of producer Howard Bolter at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, the final offering this season in the College of Arts and Humanities Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series at Fresno State.
Bolter’s talk will be in the Alice Peters Auditorium of the University Business Center. It is free and open to the public.
With more than 30 years of experience in broadcasting, cable and new media, Bolter will share his perspective on the evolution of television production to the launch of LATV, the first bilingual multicast network. Having worked on shows from Dinah Shore to Seinfeld to E! News with Ryan Seacrest and Networks from FOX to E!, the discussion will range from anecdotes on show production to the latest distribution technologies and what opportunities may lie ahead.
Bolter, who graduated from Fresno State in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts, is president and CEO for LATV Networks, the first and only 24/7 bilingual multi-cast broadcast television network. Bolter also has worked on several high-definition feature films and consulted on the startup of new cable networks.
Free parking for the lecture is available in lots C, D and J. For more information, call 559.278.3056.