Justin Heiser graduated from Kingswood High School in 2015. He studied in the Multimedia program at Lakes Region Technology Center and volunteered with WCTV during his high school years. When Justin's not behind a camera or programming one of the 3 TV channels, he can be found spending time with family and friends.
P-E-T-E-R Pijoan was instrumental in developing WCTV to be what it is today. After retiring as an engineer in the Boston area, he started the Lakes Region Public Access station in Laconia, and came to the Wolfeboro station shortly after WCTV got off the ground. Under his leadership, WCTV acquired it's non-profit 501(c)3 status. Today, P-E-T-E-R can be found at the editing station in the studio, at a ball game, or running the switcher at a concert, among many other tasks he is quite willing to take upon himself. When he is not behind a camera (or doing these other various and sundry things), you might find him spending time with his family or out on lake Winnipesaukee in a sail boat.
Timothy Goodwin comes to Wolfeboro Community Television with a unique and varied background. He has worked for General Electric as an electronic engineering technician, worked for several non-profit organizations as Executive Director, and most recently served the town of Rindge, NH as the Recreation Director. The role of Executive Director for WCTV is a challenge Timothy is honored to take on and we anticipate some great changes are ahead. When he's not behind the camera, you can find Timothy enjoying time with his family, helping with school concerts, and involved with programs throughout the community.
Telephone: 603-569-0219, Email: WCTV25@GMAIL.COM
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