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Life in Vine chosen by NETA for national feed August 18

NETA, the National Educational Telecommunications Association, has chosen Life in Vine to offer to its more than 200 member public television stations around the United States.

NETA member stations may Feed for Record
Life in Vine, A Year in the Vineyards
August 18, 2002 from 20:30-21:00 EST /513

According to audience data from its premiere on Oregon Public Broadcasting January 16th, Life in Vine was the most-watched television show on public broadcasting that night (see our page on ratings for more information).

Life in Vine is independently produced by writer and filmmaker Matt Giraud. Working outside of any wine industry sponsorship, he wrote, shot and edited the piece, making the documentary authentic, unbiased and personal. Over the course of a year, Giraud shot about 50 hours of footage, taking afternoons off of work when he could to head west to watch a handful of vineyards evolve. The result, distilled into a half hour, is a unique look at the patience, experience and luck it takes to make a glass of wine.

For more information, contact Matt Giraud.

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