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About Me

A graduate of Ball State University in Telecommunications (TCOM) Paul Weller has fulfilled various roles throughout his career. From the spring of 2009- May 2011 he was the President and student Executive Producer of the TV show Indiana Outdoors. His peers named him Member of the Year in 2009. In conjunction with this role, he was a representative for the TCOM Student Advisory Council. Paul gave TCOM tours to prospective students each week. In 2011 he was elected to Vice President of Television for this organization.

In August of 2010 he was hired as a production assistant with PBS affiliate WIPB/ Teleplex Production Services. He assisted with underwriter, virtual, and remote productions. In the fall of 2011 he became a member of Ball State Sports Link where he produced the monthly “Be a Fan” program, airing on ballstatesports.com, Comcast Indiana, WIPB-TV, Comcast on Demand, and Fox College Sports at www.msn.foxsports.com/fcs.
He has worked on numerous successful documentaries including Vibrations and Fueling a Region: Indiana’s Gas Boom. Both were WIPB-TV $10,000 grant-winning documentaries. In 2011 Paul became principle editor on the Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry documentary, Black Baseball in Indiana. He was selected to showcase this work at various conventions across the nation. For his effort he was nominated for two Emmy awards for Editing and Technical Achievement. 

After graduation Paul worked freelance for numerous organizations. This included projects with Vision Ventures Production, Road Pictures, PlayOn, the Travel Channel, America’s Got Talent, and ESPN.

Paul was a production intern with the Indianapolis Colts for the 2012-13 season. He was the main editor for Colts UpClose, The Game Day Huddle, along with various other web segments. In 2013 joined Central Indiana Educational Service Center as Media Producer. His responsibilities include working with clients from concept to distribution of promotional, educational, and training videos.

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