County Cable Montgomery's (CCM) producers bring a over 100 years of professional broadcast experience to our channel. Whether its original programming, live remote broadcasts or public services announcements, these professionals ensure the continuity of CCM video content. Background - Staff
In 2008 Aratalearned the trade of television production, and ever since then she has produced tv shows for diverse audiences. Today she works along with Julie Rios Little to further integrate the immigrant and Hispanic community with the local processes of civic participation in Montgomery County.
Grubman combines more than 20 years' experience as both a print and broadcast journalist with an appreciation for the art, culture and history of Montgomery County. A producer, writer and rough-cut editor, she brings her insight as an artist and trademark sense of humor to many of her productions. Grubman's focus has been covering the activities surrounding county, state and federal parks; the County's Office of Consumer Protection, and public information videos and PSAs.
Trained in photography and video production, Barbara Grunbaum has been creating award-winning television since 1984. Grunbaum produces live action video, acting as writer, director and editor. With an interest in her local community of Montgomery County and its history, Ms. Grunbaum has specialized in historical documentaries. However, her experience ranges from multi-camera live productions to scripted promos. At CCM, her "beat" includes County Council special productions, the Montgomery County Planning Board, as well as, the Montgomery County Historical Society.
No one person knows Montgomery County like Kenedy knows Montgomery County. For close to two decades, Kenedy has served County Cable Montgomery as both a producer and liason to the community. Her service has continually contributed to the County's transparency through news style reporting on a weekly basis.
Julie is a veteran bilingual communications professional with over 15 years of experience in video production management, scriptwriting, and direction. She leads a bilingual multimedia initiative at the Council to bring relevant information to the immigrant community and foster their civic participation at the local level.
Virgili's experience as a veteran national broadcat journalist and award winning Spanish language broadcast journalist puts her in a unique position to bring high-quality informational programming to CCM in both English and Spanish. With a background which includes covering the who's who among the Washington, DC political scene, she is more than qualified to bring information from Montgomery County Government leadership. She can be heard weekly hosting Montgomery Al Dia, Montomgery County's Spanish language radio program on Radio America Tuesdays at 2:00pm, online at radioamerica.net.