Re: Local Videos

Mark W. Kopp (iu8film@iu08.org)
Wed, 8 Jan 2003 07:20:32 -0800 (PST)

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My oh My!!! Thank you Becky!!!

Mark
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At 05:50 AM 1/8/03 -0800, you wrote:

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>Mark,
>
>For starters:
>
>http://www.spikesys.com/EBT/sources.html#video for East Broad Top. (Don't
>know if you are aware of this, but EBT RR may not reopen this year.)
>
>Penn State's WPSX / Media Sales does a series called "Our Town" where they
>give camera equipment to the locals and have them go out and shoot
>footage. They then take it and produce a series of programs about small
>towns throughout Pennsylvania. They have done a program on both Bedford
>and Hungtingdon. See http://wpsx.psu.edu/ourtown/default.html for more
>information on this series and other areas of PA that are available.
>
>Also available from PS Media Sales is:
>A Working Life
># 36533
>Crafts
>$40.00
>A portrait of Bob Rock, an eighty-four-year-old blacksmith and banjo maker
>who lives in the Snake Spring Valley near Bedford, Pennsylvania. In more
>than sixty years of innovative handwork, Rock has made more than 400 farm
>trailers, 129 cultivators, and nearly 600 banjos. He often recycles
>discarded materials -- he has crafted several hundred butcher knives and
>corn cutters from old saw blades and once built a tractor entirely from
>spare parts. Directed and produced by Ben Levin. 29 min C1991
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #123: A Day with Darlene
>#60331
>Keystone/Regional\
>$20.00
>Looks at a day in the life of Darlene, a twenty-eight-year-old Appalachian
>housewife with four children living in poverty in central Pennsylvania.
>Realeased in 1976. Includes her household routines and interaction with her
>husband, boyfriend, and oldest daughter. Designed as a supplement to "Notes
>on an Appalachia County: Visiting with Darlene", (50483). Produced by P.J.
>O'Connell for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural America Documentary
>project. Not available for use in Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset
>counties of Pennsylvania. 59 min C1976
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #151 - Americans, Too: 1 -- Black Experiences in Rural
>Pennsylvania
>61556
>Keystone/Regional
>$20.00
>This six-part series focuses on the challenges and successes of black
>Pennsylvanians who live and work in rural areas of the Commonwealth. The
>first program offers an overview of the series and listens to some of the
>voices that speak for this segment of the population: a retired Clearfield
>couple, an award-winning author in Bedford, a militant Mount Union pastor,
>and three women from single-parent families in Altoona. Produced by P.J.
>O'Connell and Kimberly Kranich for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural
>America Documentary project. 59 min C1992
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #153 /Americans, Too: 3 -- Roots: A Pennsylvania Story
>61558
>Keystone/Regional
>$20.00
>Documents the fifty-first reunion of a black family in the mostly white
>town of Huntingdon. Interviews with family members provide a closer look
>into this African-American family's roots, back to their first ancestor in
>the United States, who was brought to Huntingdon as a slave. Produced by P
>J O'Connell for Penn State Public Broadcasting. Rural lAmerica Documentary
>series. 59 min C1992
>
>
>Old Bedford Village preserves the history of the town of Bedford. I
>checked their website, but don't see any videos listed, but you might want
>to contact the following person via e-mail (they close for business over
>the winter).
>
>Kevin Zavorotny, Director of Educational Programming
>Old Bedford Village
>220 Sawblade Rd.
>Bedford PA 15522
>(800) 238-4347, (814) 623-1156
>fax: (814) 623-1158
>education@pennswoods.net
>
>And finally, I have a colleague from that area that's a media person and a
>RR buff, so will check with him.
>
>-------------------------------------------
>Becky Carolus
>Administrative Assistant
>Penn State MediaTech & UCIF
>203 Special Services Bldg.
>814-863-3101 / 814-863-3107 (fax)
>rjc@psulias.psu.edu / rjc5@psu.edu
>
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>Mark,
>
>For starters:
>
>http://www.spikesys.com/EBT/sources.html#video for East Broad Top. (Don't
>know if you are aware of this, but EBT RR may not reopen this year.)
>
>Penn State's WPSX / Media Sales does a series called "Our Town" where they
>give camera equipment to the locals and have them go out and shoot
>footage. They then take it and produce a series of programs about small
>towns throughout Pennsylvania. They have done a program on both Bedford
>and Hungtingdon. See http://wpsx.psu.edu/ourtown/default.html for more
>information on this series and other areas of PA that are available.
>
>Also available from PS Media Sales is:
>A Working Life
># 36533
>Crafts
>$40.00
>A portrait of Bob Rock, an eighty-four-year-old blacksmith and banjo maker
>who lives in the Snake Spring Valley near Bedford, Pennsylvania. In more
>than sixty years of innovative handwork, Rock has made more than 400 farm
>trailers, 129 cultivators, and nearly 600 banjos. He often recycles
>discarded materials -- he has crafted several hundred butcher knives and
>corn cutters from old saw blades and once built a tractor entirely from
>spare parts. Directed and produced by Ben Levin. 29 min C1991
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #123: A Day with Darlene
>#60331
>Keystone/Regional\
>$20.00
>Looks at a day in the life of Darlene, a twenty-eight-year-old Appalachian
>housewife with four children living in poverty in central Pennsylvania.
>Realeased in 1976. Includes her household routines and interaction with
>her husband, boyfriend, and oldest daughter. Designed as a supplement to
>"Notes on an Appalachia County: Visiting with Darlene", (50483). Produced
>by P.J. O'Connell for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural America
>Documentary project. Not available for use in Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and
>Somerset counties of Pennsylvania. 59 min C1976
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #151 - Americans, Too: 1 -- Black Experiences in Rural
>Pennsylvania
>61556
>Keystone/Regional
>$20.00
>This six-part series focuses on the challenges and successes of black
>Pennsylvanians who live and work in rural areas of the Commonwealth. The
>first program offers an overview of the series and listens to some of the
>voices that speak for this segment of the population: a retired Clearfield
>couple, an award-winning author in Bedford, a militant Mount Union pastor,
>and three women from single-parent families in Altoona. Produced by P.J.
>O'Connell and Kimberly Kranich for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural
>America Documentary project. 59 min C1992
>
>Pennsylvania Parade #153 /Americans, Too: 3 -- Roots: A Pennsylvania Story
>61558
>Keystone/Regional
>$20.00
>Documents the fifty-first reunion of a black family in the mostly white
>town of Huntingdon. Interviews with family members provide a closer look
>into this African-American family's roots, back to their first ancestor in
>the United States, who was brought to Huntingdon as a slave. Produced by P
>J O'Connell for Penn State Public Broadcasting. Rural lAmerica Documentary
>series. 59 min C1992
>
>
>Old Bedford Village preserves the history of the town of Bedford. I
>checked their website, but don't see any videos listed, but you might want
>to contact the following person via e-mail (they close for business over
>the winter).
>
>Kevin Zavorotny, Director of Educational Programming
>Old Bedford Village
>220 Sawblade Rd.
>Bedford PA 15522
>(800) 238-4347, (814) 623-1156
>fax: (814) 623-1158
>education@pennswoods.net
>
>And finally, I have a colleague from that area that's a media person and a
>RR buff, so will check with him.
>
>-------------------------------------------
>Becky Carolus
>Administrative Assistant
>Penn State MediaTech & UCIF
>203 Special Services Bldg.
>814-863-3101 / 814-863-3107 (fax)
>rjc@psulias.psu.edu / rjc5@psu.edu
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Mark W. Kopp
Circulation Coordinator
Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8
Instructional Materials Services Department
580 Foot of Ten Road
Duncansville, Pa 16635
(814) 695-1972 Phone
(814) 695-3018 Fax
E-Address:
mail to:iu8film@iu08.org
See us on the Web at:
<http://www.iu08.org>http://www.iu08.org
Click on; "Instructional Materials Services"

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My oh My!!! Thank you Becky!!!

Mark
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At 05:50 AM 1/8/03 -0800, you wrote:

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Mark,

For starters:

http://www.spikesys.com/EBT/sources.html#video for East Broad Top.  (Don't
know if you are aware of this, but EBT RR may not reopen this year.)

Penn State's WPSX / Media Sales does a series called "Our Town" where they
give camera equipment to the locals and have them go out and shoot
footage.  They then take it and produce a series of programs about small
towns throughout Pennsylvania.  They have done a program on both Bedford
and Hungtingdon.  See http://wpsx.psu.edu/ourtown/default.html for more
information on this series and other areas of PA that are available.

Also available from PS Media Sales is:
A Working Life
# 36533
Crafts
$40.00
A portrait of Bob Rock, an eighty-four-year-old blacksmith and banjo maker
who lives in the Snake Spring Valley near Bedford, Pennsylvania. In more
than sixty years of innovative handwork, Rock has made more than 400 farm
trailers, 129 cultivators, and nearly 600 banjos. He often recycles
discarded materials -- he has crafted several hundred butcher knives and
corn cutters from old saw blades and once built a tractor entirely from
spare parts. Directed and produced by Ben Levin. 29 min C1991

Pennsylvania Parade #123:  A Day with Darlene
#60331
Keystone/Regional\
$20.00
Looks at a day in the life of Darlene, a twenty-eight-year-old Appalachian
housewife with four children living in poverty in central Pennsylvania.
Realeased in 1976. Includes her household routines and interaction with her
husband, boyfriend, and oldest daughter. Designed as a supplement to "Notes
on an Appalachia County: Visiting with Darlene", (50483). Produced by P.J.
O'Connell for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural America Documentary
project. Not available for use in Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset
counties of Pennsylvania. 59 min C1976

Pennsylvania Parade #151 - Americans, Too: 1 -- Black Experiences in Rural
Pennsylvania
61556
Keystone/Regional
$20.00
This six-part series focuses on the challenges and successes of black
Pennsylvanians who live and work in rural areas of the Commonwealth. The
first program offers an overview of the series and listens to some of the
voices that speak for this segment of the population: a retired Clearfield
couple, an award-winning author in Bedford, a militant Mount Union pastor,
and three women from single-parent families in Altoona. Produced by P.J.
O'Connell and Kimberly Kranich for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural
America Documentary project. 59 min C1992

Pennsylvania Parade #153 /Americans, Too: 3 -- Roots: A Pennsylvania Story
61558
Keystone/Regional
$20.00
Documents the fifty-first reunion of a black family in the mostly white
town of Huntingdon. Interviews with family members provide a closer look
into this African-American family's roots, back to their first ancestor in
the United States, who was brought to Huntingdon as a slave. Produced by P
J O'Connell for Penn State Public Broadcasting. Rural lAmerica Documentary
series. 59 min C1992


Old Bedford Village preserves the history of the town of Bedford.  I
checked their website, but don't see any videos listed, but you might want
to contact the following person via e-mail (they close for business over
the winter).

Kevin Zavorotny, Director of Educational Programming
Old Bedford Village
220 Sawblade Rd.
Bedford PA 15522
(800) 238-4347, (814) 623-1156
fax: (814) 623-1158
education@pennswoods.net

And finally, I have a colleague from that area that's a media person and a
RR buff, so will check with him.

-------------------------------------------
Becky Carolus
Administrative Assistant
Penn State MediaTech & UCIF
203 Special Services Bldg.
814-863-3101 / 814-863-3107 (fax)
rjc@psulias.psu.edu / rjc5@psu.edu

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Mark,

For starters:

http://www.spikesys.com/EBT/sources.html#video for East Broad Top.  (Don't know if you are aware of this, but EBT RR may not reopen this year.)

Penn State's WPSX / Media Sales does a series called "Our Town" where they give camera equipment to the locals and have them go out and shoot footage.  They then take it and produce a series of programs about small towns throughout Pennsylvania.  They have done a program on both Bedford and Hungtingdon.  See http://wpsx.psu.edu/ourtown/default.html for more information on this series and other areas of PA that are available. 

Also available from PS Media Sales is: 
A Working Life
# 36533
Crafts
$40.00
A portrait of Bob Rock, an eighty-four-year-old blacksmith and banjo maker who lives in the Snake Spring Valley near Bedford, Pennsylvania. In more than sixty years of innovative handwork, Rock has made more than 400 farm trailers, 129 cultivators, and nearly 600 banjos. He often recycles discarded materials -- he has crafted several hundred butcher knives and corn cutters from old saw blades and once built a tractor entirely from spare parts. Directed and produced by Ben Levin. 29 min C1991

Pennsylvania Parade #123:  A Day with Darlene
#60331
Keystone/Regional\
$20.00
Looks at a day in the life of Darlene, a twenty-eight-year-old Appalachian housewife with four children living in poverty in central Pennsylvania. Realeased in 1976. Includes her household routines and interaction with her husband, boyfriend, and oldest daughter. Designed as a supplement to "Notes on an Appalachia County: Visiting with Darlene", (50483). Produced by P.J. O'Connell for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural America Documentary project. Not available for use in Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset counties of Pennsylvania. 59 min C1976

Pennsylvania Parade #151 - Americans, Too: 1 -- Black Experiences in Rural Pennsylvania
61556
Keystone/Regional
$20.00
This six-part series focuses on the challenges and successes of black Pennsylvanians who live and work in rural areas of the Commonwealth. The first program offers an overview of the series and listens to some of the voices that speak for this segment of the population: a retired Clearfield couple, an award-winning author in Bedford, a militant Mount Union pastor, and three women from single-parent families in Altoona. Produced by P.J. O'Connell and Kimberly Kranich for Penn State Television / WPSX-TV. Rural America Documentary project. 59 min C1992

Pennsylvania Parade #153 /Americans, Too: 3 -- Roots: A Pennsylvania Story
61558
Keystone/Regional
$20.00
Documents the fifty-first reunion of a black family in the mostly white town of Huntingdon. Interviews with family members provide a closer look into this African-American family's roots, back to their first ancestor in the United States, who was brought to Huntingdon as a slave. Produced by P J O'Connell for Penn State Public Broadcasting. Rural lAmerica Documentary series. 59 min C1992


Old Bedford Village preserves the history of the town of Bedford.  I checked their website, but don't see any videos listed, but you might want to contact the following person via e-mail (they close for business over the winter).

Kevin Zavorotny, Director of Educational Programming
Old Bedford Village
220 Sawblade Rd.
Bedford PA 15522
(800) 238-4347, (814) 623-1156
fax: (814) 623-1158
education@pennswoods.net

And finally, I have a colleague from that area that's a media person and a RR buff, so will check with him.

-------------------------------------------
Becky Carolus
Administrative Assistant
Penn State MediaTech & UCIF
203 Special Services Bldg.
814-863-3101 / 814-863-3107 (fax)
rjc@psulias.psu.edu / rjc5@psu.edu

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Mark W. Kopp
Circulation Coordinator
Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8
Instructional Materials Services Department
580 Foot of Ten Road
Duncansville, Pa  16635
(814) 695-1972 Phone
(814) 695-3018 Fax
E-Address:
mail to:iu8film@iu08.org
See us on the Web at:
http://www.iu08.org
Click on;   "Instructional Materials Services"


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