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Austin Digital Media Demo Reel
Gordon Wilkison
Sound |
 
1980s 1990s |
 Color 
| English
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  • Highlights
    Austin Digital Media is still in operation, offering services that include VHS and DVD duplication, 16mm positive film transfers, and in-house editing
    Opening of the program Texas Real Music
    The train is the 1916 Southern Pacific steam locomotive No. 786, named the Hill Country Flyer. The railroad, built in 1881, was originally called the Austin and Northwestern Railroad. It carried all the granite from Granite Mountain used to build the State Capitol Building as well as hauled silver ore to Austin.
    Interview with Texas A&M Associate Dean Janie Schielack. While a member of the Texas Education Agency, Schielack co-write the state of Texas' first standards for mathematics education in 1979. 
    American Institute for Learning is a vocational charter school that helps dropout teens and adults earn their GEDs and diplomas
    Passed by President Ronald Reagan, the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 1987 is a federal law that provides federal money for homeless shelter programs
    Students from Martin Middle School explain the environmental importance of the Central Park wet pond, located in central Austin. The pond was constructed to improve the water quality of Waller Creek, with 50,000 pounds of Total Suspended Solids are removed annually.
    State President Cathy Greene pledges to keep the AARP members of Texas in the "knowledge loop"
    Opening of the television program The Hill Country Gospel Network. Broadcast on Christian satellite stations from 1999 to 2002, the Hill Country Gospel Music Network was a half-hour television program shot on location in the region. 
    Promo for a summer basketball camp held at McCallum High School in Austin