All producers are independent of LCTV and contribute their productions for airing on LCTV free of charge.
| Art has been involved in video production for over 20 years
and is a former chairman of Kennebec Community Television in Augusta.
Art became involved with LCTV when he moved to Newcastle in 1991.
Since then, he has cohosted "Waldoboro with Art and Goodie", "Art's
Video Grab Bag", 'The News with Art and Sam" and
"Wuzzup" with Bobby
Whear and Kit Hayden. He is often seen video
taping local events
including parades and celebrations. Art also
continues to add to his
collection of interviews with the elders of Lincoln County,
"Lincoln County Oral Histories", begun in 1991
and periodically shown
on LCTV. He is also a former newspaper
reporter and a former
selectman of Newcastle. Art has written and
acted in many plays and
currently plays bass with the Narrow Gauge
|Michael has been involved in the professional audio field since the mid 1970's, working in various production studios, nightclubs and outdoor concert venues and building and repairing professional audio equipment. He spent the 1980's in Hollywood, California, as a Pro Audio Technician/Audio Engineer and Location Sound Recordist. Michael relocated back home to Maine in the 1990's to raise his family.
Michael is currently producing "Wuzzup" with Bobby Whear and Kit Hayden and sits on the board of BRCTV in Boothbay.
|Lee Arnott began volunteering for her local community station, Boothbay Region Community Television, in 2004 and has expanded her horizons with Lincoln County Television in Newcastle. Lee has produced ongoing shows: Cooking With Mr. C (2005) and Lincoln County Animal Shelter (2005-2010). Her documentaries include: Conversations With Ruth (2006), From Norway to Maine (2007), and Road to Ferndale (2009). She produces the annual fundraiser Eat Your Heart Out for Charity Waffle Eating Contest each summer, benefiting a local charity. Her production topics usually cover what she is passionate about: animals, children, art, unique individuals, and whatever else she finds interesting. Lee is the owner of Sweet Thunder Productions, a video production company she established in 2010. Her work can be viewed at
Lee received a BS in Mass Communications/Film Studies, from Emerson College in 1994. She attends the Media School in Rockport, Maine every summer to further her craft and to observe the work of other professionals.