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Adam Brady named broadcastAdam Brady of Chesterfield Township has been named broadcast production manager at Michigan Community Media (MCM).
production manager at MCM
Brady succeeds Richard Cory, who moved on to other pursuits, according to Sue McPhail, spokesperson for MCM.
Brady will be responsible for day-to-day management of WBRW TV, develop local programs, film local meetings and events, support the Video Production Club and produce public service announcements, said Paul D'Angelo, MCM operations director. Brady will also manage video productions for non-profit organizations and businesses.
"We're fortunate to have someone with Adam's abilities and experience," said D'Angelo. "We're looking forward to melding Adam's commercial experiences with the hometown feel that sets our communities apart from others."
As a WBRW TV freelance producer and video instructor, Brady has worked closely with D'Angelo and 25 students who meet weekly to develop film and editing experience. D'Angelo said the class has doubled in size since it was launched a year ago and has given momentum to a Romeo Community Schools video production class slated to begin in September.
Brady is a graduate of the Specs Howard School of Broadcasting in Southfield. His real-life video training began during student internships at a Mount Clemens radio station and WNIC-FM.
Prior to his work with WBRW, Brady was a videographer, editor and copywriter with Campbell-Ewald, where he was best known for the John Mellencamp Chevrolet commercial, "This is Our Country." During his tenure with Campbell-Ewald, Brady also filmed and edited web, internal video and commercials for National Fatherhood, the U.S. Navy, U-M Health System, Match.com and Ghirardelli Chocolate.
Brady lives with his wife, 16-year-old son and 13-year-old daughter in Chesterfield Township.
Michigan Community Media manages WBRW TV as well as media/video production and editing training programs for residents in Washington and Bruce townships as well as the Village of Romeo.