Jon Alpert

Filmmaker and founder of Downtown Community Television Center

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Jon Alpert is a Emmy award-winning filmmaker and founder of Downtown Community Television Center.

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The perks and perils of growing up in the family business, traveling the world and making documentary films.

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The perks and perils of growing up in the family business, traveling the world and making documentary films.

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