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FRAMINGHAM – The Board of Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC) is pleased to
announce that it has appointed Framingham resident Jason Daniels to be the next Executive
Director of Access Framingham TV (AFTV).

Daniels will begin work the week of June 20, 2022.

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Audrey Hall, President of the FPAC Board of Directors notes that “Jason comes into this
leadership position with extensive experience and advanced skills that will enable AFTV to
take the quality and mix of programming, the technology, and community service to a new
level. The board is also very pleased to have chosen a Framingham resident with a vested
interest in the community to lead the future growth of public access TV in Framingham.”

Speaking about this opportunity, he said “Access Framingham TV is a valued service
provider. As a resident I can see very clearly why people refer to the City of Framingham as
the hub of MetroWest. I believe AFTV can be the hub of Framingham and I am excited to work
with the community to create a local media network that takes full advantage of the layers and
diversity in Framingham.”

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Daniels is currently the Executive Director of Easton Community Access Television (ECAT)
where in 2010 he began building the organization from the ground up into a 4 channel station
with 24/7 streaming and hundreds of events covered annually. He partnered with the
community to create a valued and trusted organization.

He implemented a leading edge web platform, developed a high school sports streaming network and he served as a Board Member for the Northeast region of the Alliance for Community Media. He has also managed public access operations in Medfield and Lowell and he is the founder and producer of the
International 100-Second Film Festival.

He received a BFA with a concentration in video from Rutgers University. He will be responsible for the overall operation of Access Framingham with plans to orient the organization around community service through media programming and education.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.