In-house production: The Exeter Weekly Report
Government Camera Operator
Timothy Cremmen graduated from The New England Institute of Art with an A.S. in Radio and Broadcast Television and began his career working in community television in 2004 working for MetroCast Local Origination. He became the Assistant Program Director in 2005. While at MetroCast he would win 2 Telly awards for Outstanding Programming. When he wasn’t producing community programming, Timothy Cremmen would work as a community liaison for MetroCast where he advise communities in developing their PEG channels and help them troubleshoot issues that would arise from time to time. He would also write, produce, and direct half a dozen independent short films. While at MetroCast Local Origination, Timothy Cremmen would be asked to and join numerous nonprofit boards and committees that were dedicated to helping the community. In 2015, Timothy Cremmen would leave MetroCast and begin working as the Television Coordinator at Berwick Community Television. During this time he would be contacted by community nonprofit organizations to help them with their media needs. This would see Timothy Cremmen create Cremmen Creative Community Media.
Cremmen Creative Community Media has since worked with nonprofit organizations and commercial businesses to create commercials, promotional videos, and advice on equipment. In 2017 Timothy Cremmen was hired to become the Manager of Newmarket Channel 13 and as a videographer for Exeter TV. All while continuing his work with Cremmen Creative Community Media. Also in 2017, Cremmen Creative Community media would add event photography. In 2018, Cremmen Creative Community Media worked with Waban Projects to produce their 47th annual telethon.