New Director of Cable and Community Relations for Bloomfield Township
Producer and communications leader Carrie LeZotte joins Bloomfield Township as the new Director of Cable and Community Relations. Having started her early video production training at the Dearborn PEG station under guidance of Cable Television visionary Russ Gibb, LeZotte returns to Cable thirty years later, looking to expand the services the station offers to the community, in addition to supporting Bloomfield Township in the Community Relations position.
“Telling the stories of our community and educational programming has always been an area of focus for me. Video production has evolved so much since I began my career. I’m excited about making Bloomfield Community Television a better resource for producing the kind of content today’s audience is looking for and helping connect residents to the abundant resources of our community. Right now, I’m most interested in mental health as an area of focus and highlighting the recruiting demand for police and fire fighters.”
Career highlights for LeZotte include a decade managing video communications at Comerica Bank, supporting Early Childhood programming at Detroit Public Television, founding OIC Movies, a database of content in American Sign Language, and an award-winning campaign video for Detroit’s Mayor Mike Duggan. Her documentary film, Lean, Mean & Green
, which tells the story of reimagined industrial cities, was recently awarded the 2022 UN Spirit Award in Katowic, Poland at the Better Cities Film Festival.
Bloomfield Community Television is a PEG supported cable station that also serves The City of Birmingham, The Village of Beverly Hills, The Village of Bingham Farms, and the Village of Franklin under contract with the Birmingham Area Cable Board.
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