Patrick Cody, Executive Director

Patrick has been with LPCTV since November 2002 and has been helping to grow the organization little by little ever since. His background is heavily focused on TV, video, and film production. In addition to his work at LPCTV, Patrick has worked as a freelance cameraman and video producer, working in diverse settings ranging from live sports to documentary. He has shot and produced for such documentary films as Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie, and a new project with the Trust for Public Lands & Mt. Ascutney. When not working, Patrick enjoys photography, traveling, sports, cooking, cycling, the great outdoors, and fumbling through guitar chords.

Fred Marin, Programming Coordinator

Fred was a long-serving member of the Board of Directors before being hired in the Fall of 2014. He has stepped down from his role on the Board and into his new role, responsible for scheduling all of the programming on Channels 8 & 10, as well as coordinating the traffic of incoming programming and daily activities around the facility. Fred taught high school science for many years. In addition to his work here, Fred is involved with many other community organizations, such as the Springfield Chorus, Mountainside House, and the United Church of Ludlow. He is also a member of the Cavendish Town Elementary School Board. In his spare time (what there is of it), Fred dabbles in the arts, creating solarplate etchings and singing in the chorus.

   Ed McEneaney, Production Associate / Field Producer / Jack-of-All Trades

Ed comes to Vermont from the greater NYC area, where he worked as a stage and screen actor. For LPCTV, he is spending most of his time behind the camera, recording meetings and community events. Ed also helps out with editing and post-production tasks. We also put his carpentry skills to use around the shop. A true team player, Ed has also donated space in his large barn / workshop for off-site storage of LPCTV items. 

Adam Sayre, Production Coordinator

Hired in April 2016 as the new Production Coordinator, Adam comes to use with several years of commercial production experience, having worked on reality TV shows such as "American Loggers" and North Woods Law". Originally from Maine, he also has a degree from the New England School of Communications in Bangor. Adam is in charge of coordinating the production and post-production / editing activities around the station. He also shoots, edits, and helps to produce much of the local programming seen on LPCTV's channels and on this site.