Tom Abinanti was elected to represent the 92nd Assembly District in November 2010. The 92nd AD consists of the Towns of Greenburgh and Mount Pleasant and a portion of the City of Yonkers.Prior to his election to the Assembly, Tom was elected to represent the residents of Greenburgh in the Westchester County Legislature ten times. Tom was known as a dedicated, forceful, common sense county legislator. He was seen as a leader in preserving our environment, ending gun violence, protecting womens rights and advocating for children with special needs.
Nick Antonaccio is co-host of Glass Up/Glass Down, a weekly PCTV series that focuses on adventures in wine and food around the globe, always with a local New York perspective. Nick is the wine columnist for the weekly Examiner News newspaper, with readership in select Westchester and Putnam county locales. In addition, he is a wine educator, having conducted numerous wine lectures and tastings over the past 10 years. Nick has been a Pleasantville resident for over 30 years and has contributed his time and services to numerous community organizations.
Sam Barron, a Pleasantville High School graduate, is a reporter for The Examiner News.
Linda is the Supervising Producer of Examiner News Talk, a weekly series filmed at PCTV. The result of a Community Partnership initiative between Examiner Media and Pleasantville Community Television, ENT brings regional Examiner editors to PCTV to interview newsmakers. During election cycles, ENT also covers live and in studio debates and campaign events.[linebreak;] [linebreak;]Linda began at PCTV as the Assistant Producer for Community Spotlight and was the Supervising Producer for Heart of The Matter. She has worked as the PCTV Production Manager and additionally, was a Director on the PCTV Board from 2006 - 2013. Linda has devoted her production experience to many PCTV series such as Inside Government, Catching Up, 296, and multiple Village of Pleasantville events including speeches, parades, debates and the Pleasantville Music Festival.[linebreak;] [linebreak;] Linda lives in Pleasantville with her husband Jeff and sons Jack and Sam. She has a BS in Communications from Ithaca College and years of professional experience in the NYC music and advertising industries.[linebreak;]Series By This Producer and Liaison/ Host:[linebreak;]Community Spotlight[linebreak;]Heart of The Matter[linebreak;]Examiner News Talk
Chris Bro is a DJ and the Host of NEXT. NEXT was recently picked as the Best of Westchester by Westchester Magazine. A devoted music geek, Chris goal is to find you your next new favorite song. If you give him an hour he will make you musically hip. Chris grew up in Chicago on the sounds of XRT. From his beginnings as an intern just outside of Chicago, he has been heard over the past decade on the air in New Mexico, Atlanta and Annapolis, Maryland before settling here in New Yorks backyard. In addition to music, his passions are his two young kids, soccer, beer, and fantasy football.
Butcher, Faith Ann
As editor-in-chief of The Northern Westchester Examiner, Faith Ann Butcher brings award-winning journalism, talent and integrity to the northern Westchester communities. She is also the feature editor of Eventful Magazine, regular guest reporter for the popular community radio show Eyes on Westchester, heard on WDFH (90.3 FM), and is a frequent guest on several local cable television shows. In addition her writing and photos have been featured in many other regional publications including the Westchester County Business Journal, Good Times Magazine, Putnam County Press/Times and as well as for GettingHired.com.
Marlene produces numerous shows at PCTV, including "What's New Pleasantville?" a show conceived & written by Middle School students, "296" an original music showcase filmed at PCTV and the "Rotary Report" spotlighting the many, varied fundraising efforts of the Pleasantville Rotary Club. She particularly likes to align herself with shows that reflect the things in her life for which she feels passion--especially music and teaching. Additionally, Marlene is the proud parent of a daughter and a dedicated supporter of the Marty Lyons Foundation.
Pat Casey is the Editor-In-Chief of the White Plains Examiner.