Paul Hunton

Production Director

Paul Hunton is the Station Manager for Texas Tech Public Television where he oversees day to day operations. He is also the creator and host of the PBS Digital Series, 24 Frames, which has been nominated for an EMMY award 3 times. Paul also serves as a staff senator at TTU, on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters Lubbock and Plainview and teaches Video Production in the College of Media and Communication.

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24 Frames The Podcast

Jun 23, 2015

We can't thank you enough for your continued support of 24 Frames on KTTZ-TV, Texas Tech Public Media. The show has grown over the 3 years it's been on the air and we have new and excited things happening all the time. From amazing stories about the great people of the Southwest to our continued strive for excellence in everything we do. This fall 24 Frames will be broadcast across the region in Amarillo, Midland/Odessa, El Paso and throughout New Mexico. We're also launching a podcast! The first episode was released Friday June 19th and is now available on iTunes! You can download and subscribe to the podcast by clicking this link. You can stream from your computer through iTunes or podbean

24 Frames LIVE Event!

Apr 2, 2015

This Saturday join Texas Tech Public Media at 7pm at the Bluelight in Lubbock as we tape an all music version of the show featuring, Slow Relics, Kenneth O'Meara and Daniel Markham. Tickets are $10. 

KTTZ's documentary "Life. Hope. Courage: Stories of Cancer" premiered during a special event at The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. "Life. Hope. Courage" is the story of the people who show courage in their fight, hope in their resiliency, and celebrate life. After the film a panel and town hall discussion was held, the panel was moderated by Health Sciences Center President Tedd Mitchell, M.D.

24 Frames at SXSW Day 3

Mar 16, 2015

Good morning dear readers. Another beautiful day in Austin at SXSW. Yesterday saw some surprises the first of which came at my daily hangout in the PBS Lounge where I usually write emails and do other work related things before moving on to workshops and screenings. As I sat writing yesterday's blog post I struck up a conversation with a nice man who told me it was his first SXSW experience. We introduced ourselves, and his name was Walter Isaacson.

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