Friday, May 16, 2014

New Hampshire Film & Television Office Meet-Up at Portsmouth Public Media, June 18

The next New Hampshire Film & Television Office Meet-Up is scheduled for Wednesday, June 18 at 5 p.m. at Portsmouth Public Media (PPMtv), 280 Marcy Street in Portsmouth.

The New Hampshire Film & Television Office Meet-Up provides members of the state's media production industry with an opportunity to network with one another, with everyone having the chance to take a few minutes to introduce themselves and share information on their recent or upcoming endeavors (Yes, there is a time limit! Each participant will have three minutes!) There is a networking session at the end of the evening where attendees can make connections and talk further. Attendees will also be able to tour the studios of PPMtv.

The New Hampshire Film & Television Office Meet-Up is an extension of the Office’s Industry Roundtables. While the Roundtables are designed to be lunch-time, business-oriented events with a focused topic, the Meet-Ups are scheduled in the early evening and are structured to allow attendees to drive the discussion.

Like the Roundtables, the conversation at the Meet-Up is geared toward the working media production industry and is free and open to the public.

PPMtv is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization governed by an 11-member board of directors and managed by Executive Director Bill Humphreys with two part-time staff. It airs on Comcast Channel 98 and is streaming live at PPMtv is housed in the Old South End Meeting House, having creatively renovated an historic community space into a studio, control room, editing facilities, and office space. PPMtv is dedicated to making the sharing of local news, views, information, arts and entertainment readily accessible to residents and nonprofit and business organizations of the greater Portsmouth area.

Please RSVP to Matt Newton at or 603-271-2220 if you plan to attend. For more information about the New Hampshire Film & Television Office, visit For more info about Portsmouth Public Media, visit