Calvin A. Lindsay, Jr. has worked in television production for almost two decades, beginning as a WGBH-TV production intern while attending Boston's Northeastern University. He was the long time Series Producer for Say Brother, one of public television's longest running local series. Over the years, he has produced a number of Emmy Award winning documentaries and productions that have been recognized by the National Black Programming Consortium, The Association of Massachusetts Broadcasters, The New York Festivals, the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences and the International Documentary Association. Lindsay recently wrapped production on The Devil's Music, a one-hour film in the four part PBS series Culture Shock, which examined the relationship between art, morality and society. The Devil's Music, a PBS prime time offering, was designed to make an important contribution to the public debate over controversial art, censorship and the role of art in society. Presently, Mr. Lindsay is the Director of Cable Television for the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts.



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Calvin A. Lindsay Jr.
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