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Century III – Rock N Soul Museum in Memphis, Tennessee

Century III Teleproductions created video history for Smithsonian’s first permanent exhibition outside of Washington, D.C. – Rock N Soul Museum in Memphis, Tennessee.

When the Smithsonian Institution needed to visually capture the tempo of a vivid and charismatic period in American music history, they enlisted the talents of producer David Lawrence and the crew at Florida’s Universal Studios. What results from the joint effort is a video presentation as eclectic and dynamic as the musicians being honored at the in Memphis, Tennessee — the first permanent Smithsonian exhibition outside of Washington, D.C. Read AVID  ProNet article on the production.

Century III’s senior editor Oliver Peters edited the “Social Crossroads” video.

Listen to this 2011 interview with CIII’s award winning editor, Oliver Peters.

 

Oliver Peters worked for Century III (CIII – Century 3) Teleproductions from 1985 until he left in 2002 to form his own company. Over the course of seventeen years, Oliver held the positions of videotape editor, project manager and operations manager. CIII was first located in the old Bee Jay Recording Studios on Eggleston Avenue in Winter Park, Florida, but relocated in 1989 to Universal Studios after being selected from many production houses to be the post production facility on the back lot at Universal Studios. During this time period, Orlando garnered the name “Hollywood East” due to the filming/taping and post production of films and television series in the Central Florida area.

Oliver is currently involved in production and post production of commercial and corporate projects; he is a writer for Videography and other industry magazines in print and online; he is a presenter at conventions around the country; a guest instructor at Valencia State College and Full Sail, and he shares his knowledge of editing systems and techniques as a consultant to television stations and production houses around the country. His web site is www.OliverPeters.com


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The following interview took place in May 2011. The interviewer is his wife and Orlando Public Library staff member, Kim Peters.

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Oliver Peters - Century III Teleproductions and Hollywood East

Oliver Peters worked for Century III (CIII - Century 3) Teleproductions from 1985 until he left in 2002 to form his own company. Over the course of seventeen years, Oliver held the positions of videotape editor, project manager and operations manager. CIII was first located in the old Bee Jay Recording Studios on Eggleston Avenue in Winter Park, Florida, but relocated in 1989 to Universal Studios after being selected from many production houses to be the post production facility on the back lot at Universal Studios. During this time period, Orlando garnered the name "Hollywood East" due to the filming/taping and post production of films and television series in the Central Florida area.

The interview was conducted in May 2011 by his wife and OCLS staff member, Kim Peters.




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