Woburn Public Media Center
Brian is a five time Telly Award winning producer who graduated from Peabody Veterans Memorial High School in 1982. He then went on to Suffolk University and the New York Institute of Photography. He produced his first full length documentary in 2003 about a family with three generations of jazz drummers called "Three of a Kind". He moved to Woburn in 1994 and in 2006 he formed his own production company and joined the Woburn Historical Society. There he collaborated with Kathy Lucero and John McElhiney to produce such documentaries as "Woburn: A Leather City" (Telly Award 2008), "Serve and Protect - A History of the Woburn Police Department" and "Ever Ready in Time of Danger - a History of the Woburn Fire Department." In 2009 Brian was hired by the Trustees of the Woburn Public Library to produce a public awareness film to expose the need for renovation and expansion of our "National Historic Landmark" library. The film called "Your Community, Your Library" won a Telly Award in 2010. The years 2012 and 2013 brought two more Telly Awards to Brian's desk with two more films in collaboration with the Woburn Historical Society.
"I'm thrilled to be working at WPMC and continuing the mission to the City of Woburn that has been established by the WPMC Board of Directors." -Brian Ouellette
Lauren is a 2006 graduate of Curry College where she majored in Communications with a concentration in Television Production. She started at WPMC in September of 2006 and has gained full knowledge of every technical process here. Lauren has produced two live three hour telethons here for the Council of Social Concern. Her favorite WPMC show is The Sports Pit and her favorite WMHS event is the Lip Sync. Her vast knowledge and work ethic has earned her an early 2011 promotion to Operations Manager.
Kris has been the receptionist and Programs Coordinator since the inception of WPMC in 2005. Along with handling the phones and ordering office supplies, she schedules the shows and works with host Ed Walker to narrow down topics for the weekly live show "Happenings Around Woburn."
Jennifer is a Woburn native who graduated Woburn Memorial High School in 2003 and went on to graduate from Suffolk University in 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. During college Jennifer interned at WPMC and was hired in February 2008. She has helped to initiate and work on programs such as Happenings Around Woburn, Let's Talk Real Estate, What's on the Menu, Health Source and Getting Involved at WMHS. She also produces many of the government meetings and teaches classes in camera operation and editing. Jennifer "enjoys the whole process of filming and editing."
Along with his janitorial duties, Ed hosts the weekly, very popular, topical and sometimes controversial live show called "Happenings Around Woburn". Ed and co-host Paul Meaney tackle the news of the week and give their opinions and thoughts about any and every subject that affects Woburn. The show goes out live every Monday at 5:00 PM. Ed is also the host of other shows such as "What's on the Menu?" and "Conversations with Ed Walker".