Here to support you
Our core staff of career broadcast professionals is devoted to supporting our producers, users and viewers in all the areas they need to communicate using today’s high-tech tools.
We’re constantly working behind the scenes on keeping the important parts of a complex network of machinery up and running, but we’re also here to teach, advise, and help Milton citizens develop their ideas, learn the skills they’ll need to make their vision a reality, and follow through to bring it to life.
Who We Are
Meet Our Team
As Executive Director, Shane is responsible for the studio’s administrative operations, budgets, employee and volunteer management, filming and programming. He reports to a nine-member Executive Board.
With the station since 2012, Shane spent five years growing Milton Access TV in the role of Operations Director, and previously as Production Coordinator.
He lived and studied abroad in his youth, and was a student at the ESRA film school in Nice, France. Shane also holds a degree in Communications & History from Quinnipiac University.
Director of Operations
Tom is responsible for the programming, production and training at MATV, as well as maintaining and updating MATV’s equipment.
Previously, he spent five years developing new and existing programming as the Director of Original Content, working with producers as well as creating station-produced shows.
Prior to MATV, Tom was the editor of the Milton Times newspaper. He has also worked as a brand strategist at an advertising agency and as a management consultant. His B.A. is from Dartmouth College in English and Creative Writing. He studied filmmaking at Colorado Film School and attended Milton Academy. Tom also works as a freelance video producer and writer/editor, and has won awards for his short films and writing.
Director of Editing & Content
Ted is responsible for editing projects and the continued development of new and existing content at MATV. Before working at MATV, Ted worked in digital marketing, worked as a producer for several small local television and film organizations in Massachusetts, and freelanced in film production, working on many independent film projects in the Boston area. He has also worked extensively as a writer for Double Elvis Productions, a Boston-based podcast company well-known for their Amazon originals “Disgraceland” and “Badlands”. Ted holds a B.A. in Film Studies from Bridgewater State University and an MFA in Writing for Stage and Screen from Lesley University and is committed to telling great stories and producing compelling original content.