Staff

 

  Keith Thibault has served as Director of FRCMedia since July of 2000. Keith has worked in community media since 1994, first as director of New Bedford’s public access television station and, prior to that, as a news and sports reporter/anchor for WNBH Radio in New Bedford. Born and raised in Fall River, he graduated from B.M.C. Durfee High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in communications/media from Fitchburg State College. Keith is a member of the Alliance for Community Media (ACM)'s national board of directors and was the chair of ACM's 2016 national conference.  He is also ACM’s representative in the Northeast region.  Email Keith
 

Luce Cabral, Videographer, is a technical director, producer, and videographer at several Southeastern New England community cable access TV stations. She is also a voice talent professional, a freelance graphic designer with extensive experience in print design and production, and the co-host of a local high school sports radio talk show.  She interned at FRCMedia, TV9 Seekonk, and Four Deep Sports Talk while earning an associate degree in communications from Bristol Community College and also has a B.A. in piano and voice from Berklee College of Music and an associate degree in public relations and advertising from Johnson & Wales University.

 

Jayne Darcy, Manager of Community Relations, is a specialist in marketing, public relations, and communications. Her professional experience has included serving as director of marketing in the Boston office of PricewaterhouseCoopers and at Fall River Historical Society.  She has also served on the boards and marketing committees of organizations including the City of Fall River, SouthCoast COMPEER at UMass Dartmouth, and South Coast Community Chorale.  She has a B.A. in English from Albertus Magnus College and an M.S. in communication from Boston University and completed a graduate program in management at Radcliffe College. 

 

Michelle L. Dumais, Videographer/Programming Assistantis the programming coordinator for FRCTV.  Michelle also produces and directs programs for FRCTV and received awards for programs she produced at the Alliance for Community Media’s 2013 and 2015 video festivals. A graduate of B.M.C. Durfee High School, she earned an associate’s degree in liberal arts from Bristol Community College and a bachelor’s degree in communication from UMASS Amherst. Previously employed at Cable 9 in Seekonk, she joined FRCMedia in 2001.  

 

Donna Mottis the Managing Editor of FRCMedia’s online news site, FRCMedia News, and produces a weekly television program of the same name for FRCTV.  A seasoned communications specialist with a background in broadcast, print, and social media journalism, she has served as news director at radio stations including Lite 105 in Providence and produced and hosted a live talk show at WSAR radio for two years. Donna earned a B.A. in communications & media arts from York College and an M.A. in professional & promotional writing from UMass Dartmouth and is an adjunct faculty member at Bristol Community College.  

  Denisse PumagualleVideographer, is a video editor, producer, videographer, and filmmaker with expertise in journalism and video. She first joined FRCMedia as an intern in 2013 and subsequently freelanced for us for several years. She has also freelanced for Fall River Government Television/FRGTV and Swansea Cable Access. Denisse earned an associate degree in communications and liberal arts from Bristol Community College, where she served as editor-in-chief of BCC's student-run newspaper The Observer. She intends to continue her communications studies in film, video, and media at Bridgewater State University.
  Steven Rys, Assistant Director of TV services, has been with FRCMedia in a full-time capacity since 2012. He was a work-study student for FRCTV and an intern at WPRI-TV while attending Bristol Community College, where he earned an associate’s degree in communication.  Steve also graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in mass media communication from Rhode Island College, where he helped to establish a student TV station and was involved in the student newspaper, The Anchor, and the student radio station, WXIN. 
 

 

 

 

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