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National Arts Television, Inc. is a full-service television production company capable of award-winnning production in the following formats and endeavors:

Documentaries; Series; PSAs; Commercials; Sports (game coverage and studio shows); ENG shoots (multiple camera formats); Convention coverage and live streaming (multiple-camera); TED Talks (PowerPoint and Keynote); Green Screen (studio and on-site); Scriptwriting (all formats); PBS Syndication; Union Signatory (Union and non-union casting); On-Camera Training; Hosting; Reporting; International travel and production.  


National Arts Television, Inc. President, Michael J. Baker, Jr.

Michael J. Baker, Jr. is a seven-time Emmy Award-winning TV Host, Reporter and Producer.  Baker is also an accomplished videographer who has been honored with five Videographer Awards.  His other TV work has garnered five National Telly Awards and a Marcom Creative Award. 

 Upcoming Productions

2015/16 will feature a 4K remake of Brendan the Navigator: Footsteps in America to include footage of the Faroe Islands, Hebrides, Iceland, Greenland and Newfoundland. Like our Facebook page as we begin our fundraising efforts.

2015 will feature completion of a new English version of a Northern Virginia Community College Marketing video geared to boost student enrollment.

2015 boasts a short film on "Mad Mike," the mouthpiece of NCAA maniacs.






Recent Productions

Michael J. Baker, Jr. begins his 31st season as producer of and commentator on Tony McGee's Pro-Football Plus (formerly Redskins Magazine) on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. The 20-week series featured studio sets, post-game B-roll, studio green screens, and location appearances.

National Arts Television has completed scripting, shooting, and editing three additional Northern Virginia Community College marketing videos in multiple languages - Chinese, Portuguese, and Turkish.
Baker also finished producing and directing three environmental Ted Talks for the prestigious Heinz Center. One of those talks is posted in Theatre II below.

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