James C. Marshall, Station Manager
email@example.com – (508) 979-1740
James became Station Manager for New Bedford Cable Network in the Fall of 2010. He is responsible for the day to day operations of all three channels, which include the Education Channel 9, Government Channel 18, and Public Access Channel, 95. He has a background in both television and radio, serving as Assignment Manager at Channel 6 in Providence for 7-years, and as Operation Director at radio station WBSM for 6-years. He has been honored for his work by both the Associated Press and the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association. He is a graduate of Emerson College. He lives in the city with his wife, Kim, and his children, Hannah, Abigayle and Seamus. James.Marshall@newbedford-ma.gov
Nanette Spoor, Clerk
firstname.lastname@example.org – (508) 961-3024
Since 2005 she’s been responsible for directing new and returning users of Cable Access to the right person who can assist them in all projects. She has a great working knowledge of what NBTV has to offer the public. Normally she is the first contact at NBCN. Please do not hesitate to call her with any questions you may have.
Dan Cabral, Program Director
email@example.com – (508) 979-1747
Dan is a New Bedford native who has been with New Bedford Cable Network since 1994. Dan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications/Media from Fitchburg State College, and has been working in the television industry since 1993.
Suzanne Richard, Chief Videographer
firstname.lastname@example.org - (508) 979-1773
Suzanne is a native of Pawtucket, Rhode Island where she graduated from St. Raphael Academy and majored in Theatre & Communications at Rhode Island College. She began her career in the Providence radio market as a talk show producer for WHJJ Radio. She has been with New Bedford Cable Network since July of 1994 and has been locally and nationally recognized for her work.
Dana DeBarros, Videographer
email@example.com - (508) 997-4899
Dana was raised in Marion, MA and graduated from Old Rochester Regional High School. As a teen he showed promise as an artist and enrolled in a correspondence course from Art Instruction Schools of Minneapolis MN. He then attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing. After various jobs, he found a career in newspapers as a graphic designer in the advertising departments of the Brockton Enterprise and the Taunton Daily Gazette. His interest in video production came after being cast as an extra in the Steven Spielberg film Amistad and shortly afterward enrolled in the Public Access video training course. His grasp of the techniques caught the attention of New Bedford Cable Network supervisors and was hired in July of 2005.
Ann Marie Lopes, Videographer
firstname.lastname@example.org - (508) 979-1775
Ann Marie joined New Bedford Cable Network in 2010 as Producer, Special Projects. She has produced several videos highlighting New Bedford’s history, festivals, family fun activities and arts community. Her focus is on producing special programs highlighting New Bedford history for the Education Channel. She was instrumental in working with the New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park in the production of a program highlighting the life of Fredrick Douglass in New Bedford, the first in their series, “Stories from the Homeport.” Most recently, Ann Marie produced programs about Abraham Lincoln in New Bedford and the history of the New Bedford Public Library. Most recent prior experience includes Director of Tourism for the City of New Bedford and Project Associate focusing on the development of educational programs for K -12 teachers at the Center for University and School Partnerships at UMASS Dartmouth.
Ed Camara, Videographer
email@example.com - (508) 979-1585
Ed joined the staff of New Bedford Cable Network late in 2007. With a background as a community volunteer in a number of organizations, and his love of New Bedford history, Ed heads up “event tv”, a division of the government and education access channels that provides video coverage of new events happening in the city. He also produces special programming designed to highlight New Bedford’s history. He served as New Bedford’s Director of Tourism from 1993 to 1998. His program, “Food at the Feast” recently won First Place in an annual contest sponsored by the Alliance for Community Media.
Augusto Freitas, Videographer
firstname.lastname@example.org - (508) 979-1775
Augusto has been one of the regular staff videographers. His assignments range from covering regular city government meetings to his creative series, “Behind the Badge’, “The Medley” featuring City Councilor-at-Large, Debora Coelho, and special programs including “Fifties Night”, “Christmas Special”, and recently a series; “Cruising Downtown New Bedford”. Augusto also enjoys location shoots including, “The Charles W. Morgan”, “Plimoth Plantation” for New Bedford students and a special documentary on the scientific sailing of the Darana R. He has won awards from the Bravo Channel, Independent Channel and New England Cable News for his segment productions of “Parents and Babies” and the original “Law and Order. He has been working with New Bedford Cable Network since 2004.
Tom Sexton, Public Access Director
email@example.com - (508) 979-1744
Tom joined the staff in February of 1999 as Assistant Public Access Director. He took over the reins as Director in July of 2000. Tom has over 25 years of Television and video production experience. Prior to his employment at New Bedford Cable Network, he was an Emmy nominated news photographer at WLNE Channel 6 in Providence. Tom works closely with volunteer producers and is instrumental in helping individuals and organizations formulate Public Access television show ideas.