Bob DeToma - Digital Media Manager
Bob has been the Town of Grafton's Staff Supervisor since June 2013. Bob started out as a radio announcer and disc jockey at Milford's WMRC Radio 1490 AM in the early 70's.
Bob is a GCTV Certified Producer, and received a
2010 New England Cable and Television Award for his
"Day Trip to History" program. In addition he has produced numerous programs, and has been active behind the scenes of past "Two Guys Who Like To Talk" New Years Eve Specials.
As a GCTV Staff Supervisor, Bob is the liason with Charter Access Coordinator Kris McMullin. In addition, Bob works closely with Bill Robidoux and Rick Schultze, sets up their outside and in-house shooting schedules, searches for and creates new content, schedules all programming for channels 191 and 34, works closely with the Town Administrator and his Staff to ensure coverage of important town events, uploads programs to the Video Server, assists GCTV Producers with all facets of television production, and covers the GCTV Studio during normal business hours. Contact Bob at 508-839-2983, email him at
Bill Robidoux - Grafton Access Assistant
Bill has served the Town of Grafton as an Access Assistant since February of 2005, he's been a certified producer since 1996. Bill's first foray into television at GCTV was his series "GenX", a talk show for the 20 something crowd. When Rick Schultze became a producer at GCTV, the pair became friends, eventually directing and guest starring on episodes of each other's talk shows. Rick's guest appearance on an episode of the "All New GenX" in the summer of 2000 led the pair to create 200 plus episodes of, "Two Guys Who Like To Talk".
Bill has also co-produced all 10 GCTV New Year's Eve Extravaganzas between 1998 and 2008
As a GCTV Access Assistant, Bill broadcasts Government Channel live and taped meetings, schedules the channel and updates the bulletin board for Channel 194, Grafton Education Television, assists GCTV Producers with many facets of Television Production, and mans the GCTV Studio during the evenings. Contact Bill at 508-839-2983.
Rick Schultze - Grafton Access Assistant
Rick has served the Town of Grafton since June of 2005, he's been a certified producer since 1997, Rick first production, "Out There", was an exploration of the paranormal. Rick interviewed witches, UFO hunters, psychics, and ghost tour operators. Rick produced "Paintball Frenzy", explaining the game of Paintball. In January of 2007, Rick, along with David McQuiggan,
Bob DeToma and Pete Millon, began hosting the LIVE series
"Ask the Geezers". Rick has also co-produced 10 GCTV New Year's Eve Extravaganzas between 1998 and 2008.
As a GCTV Access Assistant, Rick covers Government Channel live and taped meetings, schedules the channel and updates the bulletin board for Channel 192, Grafton Government Television, assists GCTV Producers with their field and studio productions, and covers the GCTV Studio during the mornings and evenings. Contact Rick at 508-839-2983.