The Board serves on a volunteer, unpaid basis and oversees the activities and sets the policies of BevCam. We are an educational nonprofit corporation, membership-based. We are governed by a seven member Board of Directors. Membership is open to any resident, nonprofit organization, government agency or school in Beverly. We manage community access cable channels and facilities. We provide training, technical support and production equipment to the individuals and groups who utilize our services. We receive operating revenue through the cable television franchise, memberships, donations and underwriting contributions.

Our purpose is to help individuals and organizations develop programs and distribute information to the people of Beverly. We believe that community access media is an appropriate and powerful vehicle for promoting greater awareness and understanding of our community and the rich diversity of its people. We provide access to information about and archival recording of local issues, government activities and community events that may be unavailable from other sources.

Board of Directors:

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Paul Earl, President (January 2011)
Paul has founded and managed various healthcare, publishing, and information services companies over his business career.  He most recently was Chief Operating Officer of iHope Network, Inc, a telehealth company treating behavioral disorders. Previously, he served in senior management positions for LifeOptions Group; founded and sold Interactive Training, Inc.; founded and ran 3 businesses for International Data Group; and was on the management team of Data Resources and post-acquisition of its parent McGraw Hill.

Paul received a BA in Economics from Bucknell University, and masters and doctorate degrees in Economics from Georgetown University where he taught for 5 years. He has been on the BevCam Board since 2003, and has been Chair of Beverly Harbor Management Authority since 2011.

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John Augeri (November 2013)

John Augeri joined the BevCam Board of Directors in November, 2013. He enjoyed a long career in state government, having last served as Assistant Commissioner for Field Operations within EOHHS’s Department of Transitional Assistance. John began volunteering with BevCam in 2011 and has since been involved in many aspects of BevCam’s productions, from camera operation to editing to producing programming. He is also an active volunteer for the Beverly Farmers’ Market and a member of its Advisory Council, and also volunteers time at The Food Project’s Long Hill farm during their growing and harvesting seasons.  John, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, is a Lawrence native, and he and his wife have resided in Beverly for over twenty-five years.
Judy Miller, Clerk (2009)
Judy is Director of Technology for the Beverly School Department, reporting directly to the Superintendent of Schools. In that role, Judy provides coordination between BevCam and the schools, representing school department interests at our Board level.

Luc Van Anderlecht (September 2017)

Toni Musante (2002)
Toni Musante has been a Board Member since 2002, serving as Board Clerk for 6 years.  She is currently Board Treasurer and serves on the Finance Committee.  She has a BA in Sociology from Mount Saint Mary College and an MSW from Catholic University.  She is a retired State Administrator with extensive budget and contracting experience.  She currently manages real estate investments.  She serves on several local public and non-profit Boards. She co-produced and hosted “Beverly Life” as well as several other shows.