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CPTV was happy to post-produce this piece for a wonderful organization, Operation Walk-Maryland. They are a private, volunteer medical service organization that provides free surgical treatment for patients in developing countries and the United States. Their mission is to help those who have little to no access to life-improving care. They provide all care including joint replacement implants at no cost. This is possible through the generous donations of individual and corporate supporters.

June 1st begins Immigrant Heritage Month 2017 and the ‘I Am An Immigrant’ campaign is launching ‘I Stand With Immigrants’, a brand new initiative that provides new avenues for individuals, companies, organizations, and public leaders to take action in support of their immigrant employees, colleagues, neighbors and friends.


Join us on the road, online, and in your companies and organizations as the national I Am An Immigrant coalition proudly states #IStandWithImmigrants!

www.iamanimmigrant.com

Native American Television is the first Native American multimedia broadcasting network and technology training news organization located in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1990 by the late Chuck Kaster, NATV is continuing his dream of training Native Americans in television and multimedia.

CPTV is the main production company to Native American Television, we provide all production, post production, and journalism training on behalf of NATV.

For more information check out www.natvnews.com

Loudoun Unscripted is the result of a partnership created by CS Monroe Technology Center/Monroe Advanced Technical Academy & Capitol Productions Television. 

 This series is produced entirely by the students, under CPTV's supervision and guidance. We allow them to come up with stories and conduct interviews using our professional broadcast cameras and our professional Avid editing system. The kids have such an incredible opportunity to apply their skills in a truly professional setting.