Glenn Litton, videographer and editor

Glenn began in the video business in 1977 as a producer for the public affairs series The Advocates, which originated with the PBS flagship station WGBH/Boston. In 1981, Glenn became the station’s Executive Producer for the Performing Arts.

While in National Programming at WGBH, Glenn was associated with two Emmy-award winning programs, "The Soldier's Tale" (Great Performances) and The Living Planet with David Attenborough. He was also nominated for a national Emmy for "The Cradle Will Rock," introduced by John Houseman and starring Patti Lupone. He was executive producer for “New England Begins” (narrated by Sam Waterston), which won the New England Association Video Award and was nominated for a Boston/New England Emmy.

Among other WGBH programs for which Glenn served as producer or executive producer were “The Boston Symphony Orchestra Centennial Celebration,” The Compleat Gilbert and Sullivan (national Emmy nominee), “Olivier’s King Lear,” “On Second Thought,” “The Music Studio,” “Sweet Adelines,” and the “U.S. Grand National Ballroom Dancing Competition.”

In 1987, Glenn started his own business, Litton Communications. Since then, his work in video has won awards from regional, national, and international organizations, including ITVA New England, AMI International, CINE Golden Eagle, and the TELLY Awards.

In 2011, Glenn founded DocuThis. He is certified in video editing by Boston’s Emerson College.