Bob Glowacky grew up in Brentwood, NH and started working at Exeter TV as one of his first jobs way back in 2007 when he was a high school student. More recently he’s gone on to get a B.A. in Mass Communications from Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. While in college he lived and worked in Yellowstone National Park and volunteered with the National Park Service. After his undergrad, he completed his M.A. in Wildlife Filmmaking, a program designed by the BBC in Bristol, England. For his master’s he created an award-winning short film Bringing Back Bodrik which has gone on to show in film festivals around the world.
During his university studies, he had the opportunity to work with companies big and small, including WMUR, PBS Nature, TLC, Icon Films, Humble Bee Films, and more. At these companies Bob worked on online content, filmed exotic animals, and researched and developed TV programs. As Executive Producer for Exeter TV, Bob oversees all aspects of production for the Public Access and Government channels. Bob also produces his own show, Exeter Outdoors, exploring wildlife and outdoor recreation in the Exeter area. When he’s not working, you can find him running, biking, or hiking around New Hampshire. Bob also likes to volunteer and serves on the Brentwood Conservation Commission, the Exeter-Squamscott River Local Advisory Committee, and on the board of trustees for the New Hampshire Coalition for Community Media.