Christopher DeBenedictis

About the Intern:

Chris DeBenedictis was a News Producer at Arlington Public News starting in August 2013. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Communications. His love for television production has grown immensely since working at ACMi, and he has grown that passion to film reviews.

Productions by this Member

Summer Arts Block Party 2016

Summer Arts Block Party 2016

APN visited a number of the booths at the fourth annual Summer Arts Block Party, and spoke with vendors, patrons, and residents about the importance of the arts in our community. This festive celebration of arts spanned a broad range, encompassing everything from...
EcoFest 2016

EcoFest 2016

The theme for EcoFest 2016 was Climate Change, and those who attended throughout the day learned about a number of ways in which their individual choices and actions can have a real...
Newscast: April 9, 2015

Newscast: April 9, 2015

At Arlington Public News, we bring you stories of interest to Arlington and surrounding communities. In tonight’s newscast, we speak with an Iranian filmmaker about the New England Premiere of his film, we meet a Professor of Sociology to discuss Gender, Jail...
Sports from A to B | March 27, 2015

Sports from A to B | March 27, 2015

After a three week break, Damon Turbitt and Tyler Trudeau return to host Sports from A to B. Catch up with your local Arlington Spy Ponder News and hear Damon and Tyler debate Boston Sports topics. Are the Red Sox ready for the regular season? Are the Bruins and...
Newscast: March 26, 2015

Newscast: March 26, 2015

At Arlington Public News, we bring you stories of interest to Arlington and surrounding communities. In tonight’s newscast, we speak to a middle school teacher who won a national award for excellence, we discuss domestic violence and what you can do to stop it,...
Mugar Site

Mugar Site

A large swath of open land the town has been trying to protect may soon see some development. Seventeen acres along Route Two, long owned by the David Mugar family, could become a mix of housing and open space. The 219-unit housing complex would be built under the...
Traffic Safety in Arlington

Traffic Safety in Arlington

An East Arlington neighborhood is mourning the death of a beloved long-time resident. 91 year-old William Dotson was struck and killed by a car on Massachusetts Avenue March twenty-third. The Boston Globe reports that the World War Two veteran walked the neighborhood...