Terry Duenas, Executive Director/CEO
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Terry has been with the Media Center since its inception in October of 1990. He has been involved in the training of over 10,000 community members in television production and has supervised the production of over 15,000 TV productions. During this time, the Media Center has served as a community communication vehicle for thousands of individuals, groups, and organizations on Cape Cod. It is a vital member of the national organization, the Alliance of Community Media, and in 1997 received it’s Overall Excellence Award when it was chosen the top Access Center in the country in its budget category.
Duenas has been involved in every aspect of operations at the Media Center, serving as Director of Operations for nine years and as Executive Director since 1999. Terry was appointed to the Special Commission to study County Government on Cape Cod and serves on the Board of Directors of the Cape Cod Technology Council and the Town of Barnstable Community Preservation Committee. He has served on the regional board of the Alliance for Community Media and as past president of the state chapter, MassAccess. His education includes a BS from Arizona State University in Broadcast Communications (Radio Television and Film) and a Masters in Public Administration from Suffolk University. He has served as adjunct professor for Suffolk and coordinated the Certificate in Philanthropy and Media program with Suffolk’s Center for Public Management.
Duenas has been a for consultant on production facility design, PEG Access management and administration, analog to digital migration of corporate/industrial television and video systems and is a innovative and entrepreneurial leader in community media in the 21st century.
Terry and his wife live in West Barnstable.
Ivan Rambhadjan, Director of Operations
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Ivan has been with the Center since 2005. Ivan keeps the staff up-to-date with the latest software, assists members with their video production needs and is the Center’s webmaster, recently updating the Center’s website turning it into a more user-friendly resource that continues to evolve. Ivan grew up in Holland and the Caribbean island of St. Maarten. After serving in the military, he started working in television in St. Maarten. Three years later he opened his own studio production company producing daily newscasts, community programs and entertainment shows for children. Seeking a career with a potential for growth and a better quality of life for his family, Ivan sought out the Media Center. Ivan’s strengths are primarily in the field of video and Web design. Ivan recently won a first place public service award for his work in editing a hurricane preparedness PSA. Ivan and his family live in South Dennis.
THOMAS MILKEY, Director of Facilities
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Thomas Milkey has been with C3TV since 2007. He is an graduate of Arizona State University with a Degree in Psychology. Following his diploma at A.S.U. Thomas earned a degree in sound engineering from The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences. He spent over 10 years in outside sales and marketing in the jan-san industry before making radio and T.V. production his full time career.
Thomas is a certified Final Cut Pro 7 editor,. Outside of C3TV, Thomas writes, directs , and produces broadcast television and radio spots as well as features for corporate clients, on and off Cape with his own production facility and full recording studio in South Dennis. Thomas and his wife Nina have two boys and also live in South Dennis.
Paula Hersey: Director of Outreach & Special Projects
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Before joining the Media Center, Paula was Chief Penguin and hatched Penguin Digital Design, served as Executive Producer for CapeCod.com, Director of Operations for TTLC; and a former VP of Creative and Integrative Services at CommuniCom. Paula has eighteen years of progressive experience in graphic web design, database development, web site production, and project management. She also has many years of experience training non-technical persons in interfacing with technology.
In addition to her new position at CCCMC, Paula also serves as President and long time member of the Cape Cod Technology Council, is a member of the Workforce Investment Board, a member of the Cape Cod Makers Board, a member and past President of ABWA and an alumna and past board member of the Community Leadership Institute.
Paula is a semi-professional photographer, and is interested in all things natural.
Ms. Hersey lives in Marstons Mills with her husband David, and the Hersey Hounds: Jettie, Nantucket, Wellfleet and Brewster.
Susan Johnson, Program Coordinator
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Susan has worked at the Media Center since 2009. Susan started at the Media learning all aspects of productions. Assisting with several show and taking on the role as Program Coordinator she has evolved into assisting, supporting, and being a leader.
Susan has been involved with Community Access Television since the early 1980’s when she formed her production company BREWSTERVISION. She did all the production work for Caring and Sharing, the Sunday services from First Parish Brewster, delivering a weekly show for 17 years to local access centers.
Susan took advantage of all the video education courses at Channel 8 in Provincetown, Orleans, Cape Cod Tech in Harwich and then C3TV in Yarmouth. Most of her production work focused around Social Justice issues and work with non-profits. She has studied Cultural Documentaries at the International Film & Television Workshop in Rockport, Maine, and in Oaxaca, Mexico. In 1999 she started her own business, 360photoviews.com, which provided virtual tours for the Real Estate industry in Southeast Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and the Islands.
Susan is active in community service, a graduate of the Community Leadership Institute, and the founding coordinator for Habitat for Humanity.
She has been a licensed Horseback Riding Instructor for 35 years specializing in Therapeutic instruction. Susan lives in South Dennis.
Jamie Horton, Training Coordinator
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Jamie got his start in public-access television by producing a series of short original movies and music videos for the towns of Bourne and Sandwich, and eventually even here at the Cape Cod Community Media Center! He learned the art of television and film production from Cape Cod Community College and later at the Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts. Since then, he’s worked for Sandwich Community Television (a full PEG access station) and the Dennis Government channel. Jamie is the Training Coordinator at the Media Center. Throughout the year, he teaches Cape Media members the art of studio production, field production, and non-linear editing. Jamie lives on Cape Cod.
Breanna Gustafson, Membership Engagement & Communications Director
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Breanna kicked off her career in Media while attending Cape Cod Community College as a reporter for the college newspaper The Main Sheet. After graduating CCCC, she transferred to Bridgewater State University where she completed her BA in Communication Studies with a concentration in film, video, and media studies. While attending BSU, Breanna was a co-host and producer of a student produced country radio show that aired weekly on 91.5 WBIM-FM. In the summer going into her senior year at BSU, Breanna interned at the Media Center as a production assistant where she co-produced the show Live Like a Local. While interning at the Media Center, Breanna was also on air talent for segments of What`s Happening? and Profile. In her last semester at BSU Breanna landed an internship at WCVB-TV Channel 5 Boston. When she completed the internship she was hired as an Assignment Editor where she was responsible for managing reporters and photographers, reacting to breaking news, and coordinating interviews daily. Breanna currently lives in Plymouth, and enjoys chasing news and storms around Cape Cod.
Sarah Colvin, News Director
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Sarah Colvin is the News Director for the Media Center. She is a broadcast journalist who has spent the past decade and a half reporting from one end of Cape Cod to the other, talking with local leaders, experts, and newsmakers on a myriad of topics. She began her career with Cape Cod Broadcasting in 2005, reporting and anchoring local news on stations WQRC and WOCN, as well as producing weekly public affairs segments. She joined the Town of Barnstable as News Coordinator in 2011, and spent five years as producer and host of the Town’s award-winning daily municipal newscast, “Barnstable This Morning.”
Sarah serves on the Board of Directors for Cape Cod Young Professionals, the Barnstable Land Trust, the Cape Cod Cycling Club, and the Community Leadership Institute of Cape Cod, and is a 2015 CLI graduate. She holds a Certificate in Municipal Government Leadership and Management from Suffolk University. Sarah lives in Osterville.
Jay Sheehan, Production/ IT Coordinator
Jay has been providing sound production services for music and motion picture for over 15 years spanning the globe. He has developed web media solutions and distribution systems for corporations, produces corporate video content as well as independent documentaries. With a degree in Production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music, Jay splits his time between various music studios as well as specializing in sound for motion picture. In 2012, Jay received two EMMY nominations for his work on the documentary series’ ‘Hit and Run History: Columbia Expedition’ and ‘Through My Eyes’, both of which have been featured at WGBH online and were produced locally at the Cape Cod Community Media Center. He can also be seen as a drummer and percussionist with local singer/songwriter Allen McGarry. Jay and his family live in Centerville.
Amar grew up in St.maarten and moved to Cape Cod with his family in 2005 during his young teenage years. He has been an on-call team member of the media center since 2007 assisting with camera work for member projects, field productions such as the local school baseball and football games, and various community functions and town meetings. Starting March 2013, Amar has begun working part time at the center whilst attending school. Heavily influenced by music and his father’s trade in video production during his upbringing, he aspires to be a successful producer and currently runs his own company called Breezy Beats Productions where he sells his beats online and offers music production services for artists and clients around the world. He currently attends Cape Cod Community College studying Business Marketing and currently lives in South Dennis.