The last post I made was me whining about not being caught up. Well now I am. Cool. It took a couple days of sitting at my desk and editing all stinkin’ day. HOWEVER, if I’m editing all day, I can’t really get out and shoot stuff at the same time. No, I’m not whining. Really. That’s just how we operate with a two-person TV station. I hope you have seen the stuff we’ve been doing lately, I’m pretty proud of it. “Indian Road” episode two was just kind of snakebit it seemed. It should have been in rotation 6-8 weeks ago. I wonder if this is how it feels to make an album? Well, here’s hoping the next one won’t take three months to get on the air. We’re hoping to shoot an “Indian Road” at Gathering of Nations next month–we’re not sure yet what the format would be, but we feel it would be something that our viewers would like. Stay tuned.
Monthly Archives: March 2013
See all these great stories here? I’ll bet you’d like to see them on CATV 47. So would I. We’ll get them on soon, I promise. But really, having TOO MUCH content and being kinda backed up is not a bad problem to have. There was a time not long ago when we were really hurtin’ for content. No one knew who we were, or exactly what we did. Things are getting much better–I think that folks are actually seeing our product since a lot of our signal issues have been worked out.
And I’m editing my rear end off, and I’m still behind.
The pics you see are from: The 2013 Red Earth Run, which should be finished by the time you read this…or very close. There’s also a Pop Art Exhibition at the Jacobson House in Norman that I visited and talked with artist Tom Poolaw. If you’ve never been to the Jacobson House, it’s a cool little place on Boyd and Chautauqua, just down from Campus Corner. It’s a Native American art gallery housed in a cozy little house, and by cozy, I mean small. But it’s very cool. We also got video and interviews from a drum-making camp for teen boys held here at Concho…I haven’t even started that one yet…oops. AND, I just got back from a youth leadership forum that the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes held.
And I’m still trying to get “Indian Road” episode two finished.
Wish me luck…and keep watching.