Sean Effel

Cambridge Community Television , Cambridge MA
I am responsible for planning and implementing new technology and systems throughout our organization, from databases to websites to production gear. I get to wear a lot of hats throughout the year, so it's pretty cool. I like long walks in the snow and my favorite ice cream is vanilla.
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August 14, 2014 - 12:48pm This six-part miniseries features discussions with guests about adopting pets through agencies, protecting consumers when buying pets, caring for sick pets while balancing a budget, working with seeing-eye dogs, training police department K9 units, treating hospital patients with pet therapy, clips from the Humane Society of the United States, and a whole lot of advice on tough situations with animal owners. Hear great information from the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs, Fairy Dogparents, Pet Partners, The Cambridge Police Department and Department of Public Health, and the well know Ask Dog Lady columnist Monica Collins. This miniseries is produced by volunteers at Cambridge Community Television in Cambridge, MA, in July 2014. You can catch the Tails of the City series on CCTV's channels starting September 1, 2014, on Channel 08 on Mondays 9:30PM and Tuesdays 10AM. You can preview the whole series on If you are a public access station anywhere in the United States you can download this series from this link at (the account is free, the download cost is pennies per episode). Congratulations to all the great volunteers at CCTV who worked on... read more
August 5, 2014 - 1:40pm Biogen is a proud underwriter of CCTV. read more
June 27, 2014 - 4:28pm Dave Wakeling was performing at Johnny D's in Davis Square when he ran into our member Kristina Kehrer. She convinced him to step into a dark alley and give Cambridge Community Television a little shoutout. Thanks for the kind words, Dave, and thanks for the legwork, Kristina! read more
May 22, 2014 - 10:12am Bold Italics Uderline Strikethrough Numbered List Numbered List Bullet list Bullet list Headline 1 Headline 2 Quotes Preview Dramatically recaptiualize user-centric strategic theme areas and installed base mindshare. Enthusiastically synthesize leading-edge web-readiness rather than quality paradigms. Dynamically disseminate web-enabled deliverables rather than equity invested benefits. Objectively streamline next-generation metrics vis-a-vis ubiquitous mindshare. Globally streamline prospective scenarios whereas collaborative human capital. Collaboratively visualize cross functional solutions rather than transparent growth strategies. Dynamically syndicate wireless scenarios for clicks-and-mortar catalysts for change. Collaboratively scale user-centric collaboration and idea-sharing via accurate meta-services. Quickly architect leveraged supply chains before resource maximizing bandwidth. Interactively evolve an expanded array of content without mission-critical scenarios. Intrinsicly initiate transparent relationships rather than go forward channels. Rapidiously implement economically sound alignments with emerging expertise. Interactively facilitate exceptional... read more
May 21, 2014 - 11:00am CCTV recorded Mr. Chomsky's talk at the Cambridge Public Library. If you weren't able to attend the event, you can catch the rebroadcast on Channel 9 in Cambridge or on our live Channel 9 webstream Saturdays 5/31/14 - 6/21/14 @ 4 PM, Sundays 6/1/14 - 6/22/14 @ 9 PM, Tuesdays 6/3/14 - 6/24/14 @ 10 AM. Mr. Chomsky generously loaned CCTV his star power for a few moments after his talk was finished. read more
May 12, 2014 - 6:24pm Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, recording a conversation with Undersecretary Barbara Anthony for an episode of Consumer Affairs, lent some of his star power to CCTV. read more
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March 21, 2014 - 4:21pm Cambridge Trust Company is a proud sponsor of Cambridge Community Television! This sponsorship ensures that programming by and about our community is available on CCTV's channels. read more
February 28, 2014 - 6:22pm Enter your community oriented programming into the Hometown Media Awards by April 30, 2014 (or if you are a CCTV member you can enter by April 25 to receive a 50% discount from us). Awards are presented to creative programs that address community needs, develop diverse community involvement, challenge conventional commercial television formats, and move viewers to experience television in a different way. Winners of the Hometown Media Awards will be recognized during the Alliance for Community Media 2014 Conference & Exhibition in May. CCTV can get you a discount on entering this contest. Entering through CCTV, we will pay half of your registration fee making your cost only $25.00. You must be an Access Member of CCTV and you must submit your program entry electronically through the festival website. Deadline to submit entries and get our member discount through CCTV is April 25, 2014. All program entries must have been shown on CCTV's channels between January 1 and December 31, 2013. Note that your video must be under 30 minutes and the size of your file must be under 300MB. If you must send DVDs to enter the festival then your fee will be $95! Read the Hometown Media... read more
January 1, 2014 - 3:16pm Due to anticipated weather-related concerns, the concert and fireworks show at the Esplanade will now be held one day earlier on Thursday, July 3. There will be vehicular and pedestrian traffic restrictions in place for the Cambridge and Boston celebration. Vehicular and pedestrian restrictions will be in place. Please check the City's website for more information: read more