Davison's Inventionland in Pittsburgh Matches With WQED's Mike Lee for Online Show

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Davison Design and Development, an inventor help and new product development firm, collaborates with Pittsburgh PBS affiliate WQED for a Pittsburgh culture and lifestyle show.

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It was created to inspire the creative mind, so it isn't surprising that it will fit so well for this program.

Pittsburgh PBS affiliate WQED will hold interviews for its new online show in Davison Design and Development's Inventionland work environment.

"Pittsburgh inSite," a Web-based show focusing on culture and lifestyle in southwestern Pennsylvania, will feature an interview segment where host Mike Lee, former vice president of the Pittsburgh Penguins, interviews influential public figures in the Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania area, including 24 filmed in Inventionland. With faux trees, innovative sets and novel lounges, this unique environment offers numerous settings to relax and inspire guests.

"Inventionland makes for the perfect setting for a show like this," said George Davison, CEO of Davison Design and Development and Lee's first guest. "It was created to inspire the creative mind, so it isn't surprising that it will fit so well for this program."

Lee has already kicked off the program with a series of promos currently available at "Pittsburgh inSite's" Web site on WQED.

Davison Design and Development is a new product development company and home of Inventionland, a unique, innovative workspace. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently ranked Davison as one of the city's Top 50 Best Places to Work for companies of 50 to 500 employees. Last year the firm, which helps inventors, corporations and entrepreneurs, was recognized by the Industrial Designers Society of America and BusinessWeek magazine, winning two Industrial Design Excellence Awards.

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