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Lou Reda, the award-winning producer of historical documentaries, will speak on “Producing for Television” at 4:10 p.m., Wednesday, March 10, in room 120 of Lafayette College’s Skillman Library. Reda will be accompanied by two senior members of his production team, producer Sammy Jackson and editor Tracey Conner.

Lou Reda Productions has produced more than 200 specials for network and cable television, including the CBS miniseries The Blue and the Gray; A&E biographies of Norman Rockwell, George Patton, and Milton Hershey; and The Doomsday Flu: Killer Epidemic of 1918.

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