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About Bill

I’m Bill Flood, a writer and TV producer based in Connecticut. I currently work part-time for The Connecticut Network (CT-N), and the rest of the time for whomever has an interesting project. My work has aired on TLC, CourtTV, truTV, NBC, dozens of local TV stations across the country, and on I’m available as a video field producer, web producer, writer of articles or press releases, or any other media project you might have in mind. Call or email to discuss rates and deliverables.

Of beer, bicycles, and business: latest Eye article.

Here’s a link to my latest article for The Middletown Eye:  Remington Rand Building The piece grew out of coverage of the monthly Economic Development Committee meetings.  Regularly, the EDC would approve new tenants for the city-owned Remington Rand building. … Continue reading

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Video: Fat Tuesday Turnaround

Eli Cannon’s Tap Room does everything just a little bit differently. That includes social media; the Eli’s Facebook page is a personal page. You don’t ‘like’ Eli’s, you actually ‘friend’ them. That allows you to tag photos, among other things, … Continue reading

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Video: The Metacomet Trail (Remember Autumn?)

Remember Autumn? After getting slammed with three feet of snow, it seems a distant memory. Really, it was just a few months ago. I’ll probably go out snowshoeing later today. But a small part of me hankers for the days … Continue reading

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Video: The Mattabesett Trail (A homecoming, with poodle)

A new “Tales From the Trails” video has been released, this one about the Mattabesett Trail in central Connecticut. This one is close to my heart.  The summer after I moved back to Connecticut from Pennsylvania, I hiked the entire … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview: The NET

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The next three installments of “Tales From the Trails” will be online soon. Here’s a preview: some screen grabs from the pieces, all looking at the 3 Connecticut Trails that are part of the New England Trail, a/k/a “The NET”.

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Video: The Natchaug Trail

Here’s one of my latest videos in a series called “Tales From the Trails” which I am shooting, writing, and editing.  The idea is to highlight some of the “Blue Trails” in Connecticut and promote them as destinations for people … Continue reading

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Cool Shoot Location

I spent part of this weekend shooting another episode of “Tales From The Trails”, a project I’ve been working on since Spring.  More details about that in upcoming posts, but right now I’m just recalling that I have a pretty … Continue reading

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Holga Photography Show

My friend Tony Palmieri does a lot of stuff.  Mostly he’s known as a floral designer, through his company Datura: A Modern Garden.   But he also photographs things with his Holga camera, famous for light leaks and irreproducible “mistakes”. … Continue reading

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“Let Me Be” Music Video

Great fun working on the latest project, a performance video of The Side Doors.  We were very lucky to have a great space for the shoot, the Nilsson Spring Street Studio & Gallery. The band performed for a small group … Continue reading

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“Video for Volunteers” Talk

I had a fun and interesting time talking to the Connecticut Forest   & Park Association’s “Winter Trails Workshop” this weekend.   They asked me to present to CFPA members and folks from various land trusts and other organizations about … Continue reading

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