A name for the show has not yet been chosen for the five-minute program, which will begin airing more than 40 times a month on Lake Sumter Television (LSTV) in February. As part of the agreement approved last week, Red Apples Media also will establish a new South Lake office at Clermont's Arts & Recreation Center at 3700 S. Highway 27.
"We are excited at the opportunities this new strategic partnership presents," Clermont City Manager Darren Gray said. "We believe it will provide dynamic ways to inform our residents and visitors."
Red Apples Media President, Marc Robertz-Schwartz said, "Our goal for both Red Apples Media, as well as LSTV, has always been to provide the highest quality, hyper-local production and content for all of Lake County."
"This partnership with the city of Clermont is an exciting opportunity for us to reflect the growth and energy of South Lake's anchor city."
Residents will be able to see the Lake Sumter TV program on Bright House Channel 199, Comcast Channel 13 and Florida Cable Channel 4.
In addition to producing the program, Red Apples Media also will promote the Clermont show in the media company's newly acquired FOCUS magazine. The city will include the program on its website, YouTube and other promotional opportunities.
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