On Thursday evening, April 25, the studio of Dedham Television was packed to capacity with Dedham businesses, residents, and friends of DTV. Local vendors were asked to participate in providing food and beverages for the event; evidenced by the heaps of delicious offerings that were on display.
“We’re excited that we could offer an Open House to celebrate the new location for Dedham Television” exclaimed Director of Operations Greg Agnew. “The production facility moved from its much smaller location on 95 Eastern Avenue to a larger, state of the art facility at 502 Sprague Street. The new studio offers approximately 3 to 4 times as much square footage as the original location and allows for Dedham TV to branch out and offer a wider range of TV shows and production services,” added Agnew.
According to staff and volunteers, taping for monthly shows such as the hit show Psychic Voices can now accommodate upwards of 100 live audience members. Both interest and participation from Dedham’s community members has dramatically increased, which was evidenced by the massive turnout on Thursday night.
“We would like to thank the community for its tremendous support and welcome all of those interested to visit us during any of our upcoming tapings or events,” said Executive Director Donna Greer. She also added, “We would like to thank the participating vendors: JP Licks, Summer Shack, Vincenzo’s, Star Market, Whole Foods, Roche Brothers, Costco, and Tex’s BBQ who greatly enhanced the evening’s ambiance.”
Musical stylings were provided by local guitar player Joe Rich and pianist Andy Celley.
Production Director Kevin Loughran added, “We look forward to more local involvement by the Community in the coming months, and encourage people to visit our website at: dedhamtv.org, or call us at: 781-326-2107.”