PRLog - April 16, 2014 - LOS ANGELES -- A & B Productions, a non-profit organization which has been working with tweens and teens since 1997 is now in the process of revamping their organization to better serve talented youth. The purpose of the organization is to provide services in the creative areas of television, film and fashion, utilizing and honing the talents and skills of youth. By providing events and affording opportunities for participants, they gain experience, exposure and employment. A & B Productions simultaneously strives to further develop the self-esteem of its participants and cultivate future leaders.
Nicole Butler- Director of Program
The organization added a few new projects that targets talented youth, who are seeking new skills and other ways to brand themselves. Recently added is “FTS Kids News”, an online venue where young reporters gain knowledge as field reporters and handle face- to- face interviews with Celebrities and Special Guest at Red Carpet Events. Another venue is “Flip The Script, which is a kids reality show, where kids who are usually found in front of the camera, learn behind the scene skills, while being challenged to create their own shows. The latest adventure is the “Designer Kids” Project, an 8-week workshop teaching tweens/teens to take their ideas from paper and place them on the runway. As they learn the skills, they face both challenges and triumphs.
Over 300 tweens/teens have participated in many of the projects and services provided by A&B Productions, and has found it to be very rewarding. A & B Productions has had the opportunity to play a major role in the careers of some talented and successful youth such as; Marcus Canty (“X Factor” winner), Bianca Ryan (“America’
A & B Productions is dedicated to educating and uplifting local youth through fashion design, news reporting, film/video producing & directing.
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