The success of EDTV is based on a collaborative effort put forth by a core group of 7 individuals along with student interns working toward a common goal of providing the schools and community with informative, entertaining and quality productions.
Each member of the EDTV crew looks to one another for ideas and inspiration in an effort to create the best video productions for our teachers, students and families in the Plymouth Community and beyond.
The EDTV team combines creative, technical and strategic talents in a positive atmosphere that encourages students to think, grow and expand their skills in video production.
EDTV productions can be seen in a variety of venues via social media, television, websites and online video. Follow our social media platforms to stay informed and up to date on our latest productions.
Dan created EDTV back in 2009 during his first year in the Plymouth School System. This is his 18th year in video education. His goal for EDTV is to provide students with the opportunity to learn video production while also creating programming for the community to enjoy. His hobbies away from Video Production are Traveling, Woodworking, and Snow Sculpting.
Educational Production Manager
After graduating from Quinnipiac University in 2012, Brian has spent the last couple of years working for a number of video production studios throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. He has joined the EDTV team in hopes of creating high quality, engaging content for the Plymouth Community. In his free time, Brian enjoys skiing, watching TB12 highlights, and traveling.
TV Technical Assistant
Evan McNamara is new to EDTV as of 2015. As the TV Technical Assistant he is responsible for creating videos as well as teaching both Falcon TV and Jag TV at PCIS and PSMS, respectively. He has been involved with video production since 2012. He believes in always pushing to improve the engagement that videos provide to the audience through increasing quality and storytelling.
Elementary Video Specialist
Jen has taught in Plymouth since 2007 and is excited to bring video education to the elementary level. She looks forward to teaching students the tools and skills necessary to create broadcast news and providing the opportunity to share their productions with the community. Outside of school she enjoys going to conferences to learn about technology and reading with her son.
Media and Communications Specialist
Emily Goonan joins the district as the Media and Communications Specialist. Emily manages multiple communication channels and has implemented a district wide social media initiative to share important announcements, academic events, and educational moments in the classroom. Emily’s background in marketing with various industries brings a unique sense of creativity to the district. And as a Plymouth Native and alumni to the Plymouth Public Schools, her passion for her hometown is evident in her work. Outside of Plymouth schools, Emily enjoys hiking New England’s best peaks, fixing up her home, and finding the best Food Network spots in her travels with her husband.
Video Production Assistant
Libby Hurley is the Video Production Assistant and joined the team in 2015 upon graduation from Plymouth North High School. She is currently pursuing a degree in video production. Libby works with both elementary and middle schoolers to produce news shows and loves having the opportunity to work all over the district. Libby is an alumni of both Plymouth North News and FalconTV.