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NETA Acquires Going Blind for Distribution to Public Television Stations

We are thrilled to announce that National Educational Telecommunications Association (“NETA”) acquired US public broadcast rights to Going Blind. NETA will offer the film free of charge to all 350 public television stations for broadcast in October 2012 to coincide with World Sight Day and National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Based on the strength of […]

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Going Blind broadcast in Iceland: October 5, 2011

Early on we sought to bring Going Blind to many different countries. This goal became a reality at the outset when the film premiered in Berlin during the 2010 World Ophthalmology Congress. That screening made us strive for more screenings and speaking engagements outside of the United States. Early in 2011, the Lovett Productions staff […]

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WGVU Broadcast & Panel Discussion on Going Blind

In November 2010, WGVU Public Television aired Going Blind on their program, Family Health Matters. An in-studio live discussion on blindness hosted by WGVU’s Shelly Irwin followed the screening. The panel included social worker John McElheron at the ABVI (Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired); Dr. Lori Smolinski, O.D., an optometrist and low vision […]

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Canadian Broadcast Premiere on Accessible Channel: June 9th & 10th

Going Blind will make its Canadian Broadcast Premiere on the Accessible Channel on June 9th & 10th. Accessible Media and Canadian Institute for the Blind (CNIB) jointly acquired the broadcast and non-exclusive educational rights of the film for Canada. The film has had numerous community and educational screenings in Canada and we hope to be […]

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