Paula Johnson, Executive Director
Paula has been with Sandwich Community TV since 2004 and became Executive Director in 2009. During her time as executive director the organization has seen tremendous growth. She has a keen interest in technology and media and had worked for a number of years in the telecommunications industry before coming to SCTV.
A past member of the executive board of the Sandwich Council on Aging and presently serving on the Glasstown Cultural District Steering Committee and The Fund for Sandwich (Cape Cod Foundation), Paula believes in community involvement. She was also a co-founder of First Night Sandwich and during her tenure, SCTV brought fireworks back to Sandwich for First Night in 2015.
Paula is dedicated to serving the community and considers herself fortunate to be in a position that allows her to fulfill that commitment in myriad ways.
Rob Vinciguerra, Education Access Coordinator
Rob has lived in Sandwich for 25 years and has worked at SCTV for 10 of those years. His first position was the Sandwich High School Media Center manager when SCTV revised the broadcasting program there and then as Operations Manager at SCTV. He has always enjoyed being active in the community and has volunteered over the years in many of the town non-profits and civic organizations. He was the master of puppets and parade organizer for First Night Sandwich and now serves on the board of the Glass Town Cultural District Steering Committee. He also was a founding member of the Sandwich Chamber. He enjoys both the technical and creative aspects of his position at SCTV so he enjoys the diversity of his position. He is a lifelong learner and likes meeting new people which is another aspect of his job. Traveling around town recording various meetings, events, and programs, he has an endless opportunity to explore his town and the people in it. He loves being outdoors in nature, spending time with friends and family and his painting.
Manx Taiki Magyar
Raised on these Sandwich beaches from Kindergarten to Sandwich High Graduation, I made my way to Boston. There I graduated Cum Laude from Northeastern University in 2014 with a duel major in Cinema Studies/Communication and a minor in Video Production. During my time there I had opportunities to work in New York City and Boston; from reality TV to commercials to public access. But through my own independent work and freelance, I further cultivated my love and experience in the video production. After university, I moved to Japan to explore more of my cultural heritage, and continue pursing visual development independently. I recently completed a cross-continental video documentary traveling from Tokyo, Japan to Lisbon, Portugal without airplanes. Now I am back where I started working with the wonderfully and creatively fueled Sandwich Community TV, continuing my journey into the visual and audio landscape.
Alex Rencurrel, Government Access Coordinator
Alex Rencurrel has always had a passion for film and production. In earlier years he would find himself collaborating on several projects with his close friend Nick Polidor. Graduating from Bridgewater State University with a bachelors in communication studies and a minor in English, Alex takes pride in conveying a clear narrative within his body of work. His love for video editing blossomed through his work at Fuller Craft Museum where he learned the foundations of production independently. Alex is always seeking to learn more and improve his skills.
Alex Is responsible for managing Channel 15 for Sandwich Community Television. This involves gathering new content, scheduling programs for television, and posting links to the latest meetings on social media. Alex is also responsible for creating advertisements for local events and streaming them constantly to the monitors at the Sandwich Chamber of Commerce, the Sandwich Public Library and the commercial breaks for channel 13, 14 and 15. Alex is behind the camera for many of the great shows filmed by SCTV as well. He also edits several shows including The Fox Robbins Business Show, House Detectives and Tell Me a Story.
Nick Polidor, SHS TV Club Coordinator
Nick Polidor has been involved with WSDH since his Freshman year of High School in 2009. Nick now oversees the station as WSDH Station Manager and plays a variety of Local, Alternative, and Emerging artists on the air. WSDH wants to provide a station that showcases artists you don’t normally hear on other Cape radio stations.
Nick also produces “WSDH Sessions” which airs on Sandwich Community Television. The show hosts artists from all over the country in the Sandwich Community Television Studio, and they showcase original songs in a live studio session.
Have a song or artist you want to hear on the airwaves? Or want to inquire about a WSDH Session? Email Nick.
- Denise Dever
- Robbie Haigh
- Lannan O’Brien
- Neil O’Brien
- John Vibberts
- Maureen Wiklund