Lower Cape TV’s staff keeps the metaphorical film rolling! We’re a mix of full-time and part-time team players, all working together to help make LCCAT a true community resource. We are all committed to providing a framework that will enable the Lower Cape community to participate in producing quality resources.
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Lower Cape TV runs TV stations Ch 99 and Ch 22 for the Lower Cape communities of Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Wellfleet and Truro, as well as for the Nauset Regional and Truro Central school districts.
Lower Cape News applies strong journalistic standards to report on the many issues, events, and topics that shape and define the Lower Cape - working together locally to create our shared regional voice.
Lower Cape LIVE produces live events, like Whitecaps Baseball. Lower Cape TV's production staff also helps the Lower Cape community - off all ages - produce programming through workshops, tutorials, and equipment training.
Teresa brings a long history of journalism, technology, community development, and entrepreneurial and nonprofit management to the role of leading Lower Cape TV. She can talk your ear off about why local matters.
Rafal’s skill in video production both in studio and on site raises the level of Lower Cape TV’s production – and he teaches everyone how to make their work better as well.
Lori brings order and good health to the equipment and technology that makes TV possible – and she’ll help you get your own equipment card too.
Ed brings a highly professional Bentley accounting hat to Lower Cape TV’s planning and reporting processes. He really likes community TV too!
Darren’s eye for design and visual communication helps Lower Cape TV communicate and connect with the many communities around us.
BU Journalism school grad Katharine brings her passion for sports, animals, and all things local to the news team at Lower Cape TV. She even claims to enjoy reporting from a blizzard.
Leah uses her arts educator knowledge to bring Lower Cape TV stories about both education and the broader arts community. She also produces Around Nauset for Channel 22.
Susan handles lots of logistic – names, people, places, and annual meetings, just to name a few. She’s the one who makes sure you’re “on the list.”
A graduate of the Northeastern University School of Journalism, Melissa brings her passion for community-based reporting and storytelling to Lower Cape TV. She loves all things local and also enjoys working with kids and animals.
Lower Cape Community Access TV is a non-profit community based organization that manages channels 99 and 22 for the towns of Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Truro, and Wellfleet.
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