BiographyBrian Drolet is currently the Executive Director of Deep Dish TV and a board member of the AJ Muste Memorial Institute. He has over 40 years experience in media production and distribution and has been at the forefront of education and media technology for many years, working to increase access to rapidly improving technology and develop its use for learning purposes. In the 1990s, he served as Development Director of Voyager Press, which pioneered production of CD-Roms on cultural and political subjects. Subsequently he served as Managing Editor of Electronic Publications for the National Center for Science Literacy, Education and Technology at the American Museum of Natural History. From 1999 until 2003 he was the director of Internet and Special Projects at Free Speech TV where he co-produced FSTV's 2000 coverage of Democratic and Republican national conventions. He has produced dozens of live television broadcasts for Free Speech TV and Deep Dish TV Network. His production credits include: Where Should The Birds Fly(Executive Producer 2013), The Russell Tribunal on Palestine (Producer 2012), Winter Soldier (Video and Broadcast Producer, 2008), Environmental Justice for All (Executive Producer 2006), Trouble The Water –After the Flood, TV pilot (Producer, 2006-7). He is currently working with Choices Video in Los Angeles and Pacific Digital Distribution to develop a subscription model digital distribution platform for independent filmmakers and non-profit producers.