Meet the Staff


Scott May

Executive Director

A graduate of Oakmont Regional High School and Graham Junior College, Scott began his more than four decades long communications career as a radio announcer at the former WFGL in Fitchburg. During his 20 year radio career Scott also worked for WKOX in Framingham, WNCR in Worcester, WRKO in Boston, WCMX in Leominster and WEIM/WPKZ in Fitchburg. Scott also spent 20 years in corporate communications and training with Digital Equipment Corporation, New England Financial and MetLife. He joined FATV in December of 2011 as Community Access Coordinator and retired from FATV in April of 2017 after serving for two years as Executive Director. Scott was elected to the FATV Board of Directors in August of 2018, and returned as Executive Director in January of 2019. Scott is also a member of the Applewild School Board of Visitors, Aurora Lodge of Masons, and along with his wife Mickey is a longtime member of the “Rays of Hope” team that participates in the Greater Gardner Relay for Life.

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Anne Bisbee



Anne coordinates and schedules all programming on Public, Education and Government channels. As Operations Manager, Anne has a comprehensive understanding of how the team works and the tools needed to operate.

Anne also coordinates equipment checkout for our member producers, assists in studio productions and is usually the voice you hear when calling FATV. Anne came to FATV bringing many years of radio broadcasting experience. She holds a BS Degree in Communications/ Television from Fitchburg State. Travel, books and music are among Anne’s favorite things when she’s not spending time with her family.



Travis oversees the day-to-day technical operation of FATV. He is the Mobile Production Truck 'guru', monitors online streaming and all things technical. His introduction to FATV came n 2006 as a student in Mark Rocheleau's video production class at Sizer Charter School. When the class ended, Travis stayed involved at FATV by volunteering on numerous productions including football, hockey, parades, and various studio shows. In 2009 he was hired as Media Archivist,  transferring VHS tapes to DVD and entering the information into the archive database. In 2010 Travis was promoted to Production Technician where he continues to keep FATV’s technical facilities in tip-top shape.


Dave Oster


Dave is originally from New Jersey and made the migration up to Fitchburg for college at Fitchburg State University and decided to stay after an internship at FATV became a fulltime position in January of 2016.  Dave’s main focus is furthering the education department of FATV and coordinating productions both in and out of the studio.  He also provides support of live productions in the studio, where he specializes in the technical side including virtual sets and green screen.  Field productions, and local event coverage are other responsibilities of Dave’s. He works as Education Manager in the Fitchburg Public School system and Fitchburg State University classes.  This includes training students on equipment, editing programs, and studio production. He loves working with all aspects of television production. He has found a new passion in aerial videography using a 4K camera mounted drone, and the footage has been used in football productions, FATV promos, Inside Fitchburg episodes, and other local productions.  Outside of work he enjoys the outdoors, hiking, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities.  


Jarrod Roberts


A recent graduate from Fitchburg State University, Jarrod began working at FATV in 2014, covering the local government meetings such as the City Council and School Committee. Now, a full time employee, he assists in the shooting and assembly of studio productions and field events. Jarrod also helps with checking out equipment, and training students and members. Jarrod is a Film/Video major with a deep interest in editing. Outside of work, he's either writing, watching video essays, or lounging with his dogs, Charlie and Bucky.


NICOLE Gaffney


Nicole's responsibilities at FATV include equipment check-outs, sales, member assistance, and production help for studio shows and field events.  Nicole attended Fitchburg State University as a film/video major with a minor in English Professional Writing. She has a particular interest in Documentary Production, which she plans to pursue after graduating.  She is a three-year captain of the Women's Cross Country and Track teams and is enthusiastic about telling stories. Nicole enjoys running, reading, and any kind of outdoor sport.


Matt Murdocca


Matt's start in film began at Wakefield Memorial High School, graduating in 2017 soon to attend Fitchburg State in the fall to study Film/Video Production. Currently a Junior, Matt began volunteering with FATV through his Multi-Cam Production class. Starting fall 2019, his tasks vary such as covering the local government meetings, City Council, Finance Committee, etc., sales and check out, member assistance, and production assistance for studio/field work. Matt's interest in film are numerous, writing, audio production, documentary, studio, sports broadcast, he aspires to have a diverse film career. Matt's interests include: writing music, playing an instrument, listening to music or comedy (podcast/stand-up), and filmmaking. His favorite band is Black Sabbath, and he also enjoys bread.