Tetney based company Multimedia Television Ltd (MMTV), which is owned by Louth North Holme district councillor Tony Bridges, has been awarded the contract to produce four programmes for the Football Association (FA).
The FA’s National Referee Development Manager, Dan Meeson, met Mr Bridges last week and presented him with the contracts for four programmes which he will produce over the next few months.
The first programme is aimed at referee tutors to assist with the training of new referees, and the second programme is a fitness training programme for referees which will be filmed later this month.
A further senior tutor video will be filmed in September, and the final programme will focus on the application of the 17 laws of Association Football, due to be produced in October.
Next year, Multimedia Television Ltd will celebrate 20 years of providing programmes for The Football Association.
Mr Bridges said: “The four contracts were won against some stiff competition, so as you may imagine I am immensely proud to be chosen by The FA for these important programmes as part of their training regimes for qualified referees.”