Teresa Martin named Lower Cape Community Access Television's executive director

LCCAT serves Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet and Truro
LCCAT Board President Larry Greeley (left) and new Executive Director Teresa Martin (right). LCCAT photo.

Lower Cape Community Access Television (LCCAT) announced Tuesday that Teresa Martin has been named the organization's executive director.

Martin brings more than 25 years experience in media, technology and non-profit management, according to a release from LCCAT. "With the addition of a seasoned community leader and media business executive like Teresa, we're taking another step forward in furthering our mission," said Chair of the LCCAT Board of Directors Larry Greeley.

LCCAT serves Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet and Truro on Channels 99 and 22. A non-profit, LCCAT offers the community a voice, according to Greeley.

Martin, who has launched several start-ups and written books on web and online technologies said of her new venture, "Community access plays an important role  in today's media landscape. We're looking foward to growing LCCAT into a center for creativity, collaboration and communication across the Lower Cape."

Lower Cape TV is located at Nauset Regional High School, 100 Cable Road, Building B in Eastham. The Board of Directors is comprised of two representatives from each of the five towns served by LCCAT. A variety of production and volunteer opportunities are open to community members.

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