The launch of a new show is a busy time for any production company and the next few weeks will be a blur of activity inside of our offices and editing suite. We might even have to sleep here.

We will spend the next few weeks ensuring graphics packages are in place, the proper licensing is acquired and the content flows together to make sure our first season of IN the Loop exceeds expectations. We have a “healthy disregard for the impossible” as I like to say. I learned that life motto at LeaderShape, a conference designed to inspire you to change the world.

Ideas, dreams, accomplishments, success. It all begins with one person saying “I can do this. I can reach new heights. I can make this better.” I have grasped the opportunity of IN the Loop by the horns and plan to be a part of a show that not only informs viewers about the things going on in our city and state, but also inspires them to care about it.  Imagine what it would be like to live in that city!

Small things can make a big difference. This is going to sound cheesy, but stay with me through this thought. When you throw a pebble into a pond it creates a ripple. We are going to have to rely on this pebble until the official show launch on April 5th to create ripples that reach far and wide. We have to start small, because those are the options before us, but by the time the first episode airs on WISH-TV our ripple will be making waves. IN the Loop will be a success.

Written by Raven Taylor

Everyone always asks me to tell them what it is like to work on a top rated Indianapolis Magazine Show. It is awesome, a lot of work and a filled with Looper Perks. I also like pink.

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