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2013 New Hampshire Jury

Daniel Berube

Daniel Berube is a producer, editor and founder of Boston Creative Pro User Group – BOSCPUG,  a story driven, globally connected community of collaborative digital media makers and a creative outlet to pitch ideas for episodic content creation and to discover talent, crew and distribution for projects.  Dan also co-produces the famous “SuperMeets” held annually in San Francisco, Austin, Las Vegas, Boston, London and Amsterdam. SuperMeets are large scale gatherings of digital media makers from the world over that provide the production, post and broadcast community an opportunity to not only learn about the latest technology trends, but to connect with each other to share creative experiences and opportunities within the industry in a social setting that is both educational and fun.  Dan is world traveled with more than two decades of production and editing credits on public and network television.  Dynamic thinking and collaboration are two elements that fuel Dan’s passion and in sharing like-minded vision in building community.  Dan specializes in negotiation, fundraising, producing, editorial, logistics and marketing and visionary thinking.  He is currently working as producer and editor on THE CHAIN, a narrative short directed by filmmaker Noël Dow Barlow. You can reach Dan on twitter at @boscpug.

Rick Broussard

Rick Broussard has been the editor of New Hampshire Magazine and its related publications for 20 years. He’s a member of the New Hampshire Travel Council, the NH Theatre Awards board of directors, the organizing committee for Building on Hope and the New Energy Foundation board of directors. He’s also the editor of the NH Pulp Fiction series of short story anthologies (“Live Free or Undead,” Live Free or Die, Die, Die!” and “Live Free or Sci-Fi”) each containing fantastic tales set in the Granite State (and all available from independent bookstores or from He lives in a 200-year-old house in Concord with his wife and their small flock of pampered suburban chickens. In his spare time, he’s working on a film script.

Rita Cary

Rita Cary is the Morning Show Host every weekday morning from 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. on 92.5 the River.  She was born and raised in Toronto Canada, and is a Graduate of the University of Western Ontario with an Honours Bachelor Degree in Journalism (she studied film!).  Previously she has been a Reporter for the London Free Press, Wire Editor at Canadian Press in Toronto, City Hall Reporter and General Assignment Reporter at San Antonio Express News in Texas, Reporter for the Portsmouth Herald, Freelance Reporter for Fosters Daily Democrat, and a Science Writer at the University of New Hampshire.

Scott “Roadkill” McMullen

Roadkill has been doing radio since 1994, and has been part of morning show “Greg and The Morning Buzz” since 1998 (“That’s when all the fun started,” he says).  He is a metal/rock drummer who has been married  to my wife Kelly since 1998 and he has two daughters,  Nora and Sadie.  Life has changed for him in recent years as he juggles being a drummer, husband, father and an on-air smart ass.  When he does get a few minutes to crash in front of the tv, he enjoys watching movies!  He has played in Three very well-known local (metal) bands Recognizer, D.C.M. and his lastest, Flood This Earth.  His drum influences are Johnny Tempesta , Jason Bittner, Shannon Larkin, Lars Ulrich, Derek Roddy, Kevin Talley, Chris Adler, Dave Lombardo, Tim Yeung, Gene Hoglan, Flo Mounier, Buddy Rich, and Animal from the Muppets – really anybody who plays the instrument he can watch and steal some drum licks from.  People ask him all the time what are his career highlights, and he has to say everything from interviewing Rob Zombie and Bruce Campbell, to flying in a WWII bomber with Greg, Laura and his dad (world famous Pat McMullen), to opening for Motorhead, Slipknot, BLS, Megadeth, As I Lay Dying and Mudvayne – and of course announcing the names of his daughters when they were born.  It’s been a great ride and he’s pretty sure he’s forgotten most of it.

J.L. Stevens

J.L. Stevens is a N.H. native who has been writing and editing local arts publications since 1995. She is the editor of Spotlight magazine and features editor at Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth, N.H. Spotlight features the painters, poets, singers, songwriters, actors and filmmakers of the Seacoast weekly. Stevens is also cohost, along with actor Bill Humphreys, of the weekly Portsmouth Public Media TV show “Spotlight on the Arts,” which features past winners of the Spotlight Awards. This annual award show is held at The Music Hall each April to award the local talent we all know and love. Stevens studied acting in college, alongside English, but the computer keyboard won out.