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Eno River Media History
Eno River Media is the direct descendant and the latest iteration of a video production organization established in North Carolina for North Carolinians. The origins of Eno River Media are from a long line of video production enthusiasts starting in February 1975. In that month, Charles Potter established the North Carolina Film Festival as a nonprofit organization with the State of North Carolina. In May of 1980, a friend of Mr. Potter’s, Gary Richman, established the North Carolina Independent Film and Video Association. Both of these organizations grew, flourished and declined over the passing years. In 1999, Anthony Dowling, Gus Langdale and Lance Britt established Eno River Media Production. With the help of Mr. Potter and Mr. Richman and mutual connections at The People’s Channel in Chapel Hill, NC, the North Carolina Film Festival and the North Carolina Independent Film and Video Association were blended into the Eno River Media organization to carry on their spirit of enthusiastic filmmaking.
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A digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or mobile device, typically available as a series, new installments of which can be received by subscribers automatically. The term Podcast is actually a portmanteau of iPod and Broadcast. Podcasting started as mostly an independent way for individuals to get their message out there and build a community of people with similar interests.
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