Katie Chang

About the Staff Member:

Katie joined ACMi as an intern with an eight year background in science, but a life long passion for digital media. From working as a Technology Assistant at the University of Vermont, to creating video tutorials as an Environmental Technician at St. Michaels College, Katie has always kept her foot in the media door. As an intern and Production Assistant at ACMi, she gained experience in all levels and types of productions from lighting to editing and in-studio to remote. Now, she's ACMi's Production & Media Coordinator. In her free time, Katie enjoys backpacking and playing piano.

Productions by this Member

ACMi News: February 18, 2022

ACMi News: February 18, 2022

An arrest is made into four arsons that occurred nearly three years ago in the Boston area. Two of the four targeted the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Arlington. ACMi News has the very latest including an exclusive interview with Rabbi Avi Bukiet in Arlington. This...
ACMi News: January 28, 2022

ACMi News: January 28, 2022

An elderly woman dies after a swift moving fire swept through a portion of the third floor at the Chestnut Manor senior housing complex this week. We get the latest from Arlington fire department. Three skaters fall through the ice at Spy Pond in less than six hours,...
ACMi News: January 21, 2022

ACMi News: January 21, 2022

A very bizarre police pursuit ends with several charges against one man including drug possession, breaking and entering and alluding police. It also involves our brave K9 Eiko and the stubborn suspect wading in the Mystic River. We have the latest from Arlington...
ACMi News: October 08, 2021

ACMi News: October 08, 2021

Your used PPE mask needs to find it’s way into the trash can. You won’t believe what we found in Arlington within the span of only 60 minutes. A cup of joe with the men and women in blue this week designed to promote a better relationship with...
ACMi News: September 17, 2021

ACMi News: September 17, 2021

More West Nile concerns in Arlington and other parts of Middlesex County. Health officials have recently put our town at high risk for the mosquito borne illness. A couple walking their dog, struck by a falling tree branch at an Arlington park. We’ll tell you...
Acro-Cats Return to Arlington

Acro-Cats Return to Arlington

There’s certainly a lot to look forward to in September and beyond, but here’s a look back at what took place this past weekend. You might think that cats are low maintenance, but really, they need just as much love and attention as dogs. And they are just...
ACMi News: September 03, 2021

ACMi News: September 03, 2021

“You can look but you can’t touch” takes on new meaning as the seasonal algae bloom takes over two of Arlington’s beloved bodies of water. Veterans of wars spanning more than 50 years of our history speak about their experiences in a new series ACMi...
ACMi News: June 04, 2021

ACMi News: June 04, 2021

Fire swept through a two-family home in East Arlington last weekend. Arlington Police de-escalate a tense situation in Mugar Woods as an officer keeps his cool while facing a man seemingly brandishing a rifle. With the state lifting almost all remaining COVID...
Memorial Day 2021 Preview

Memorial Day 2021 Preview

Arlington is preparing to host its annual Memorial Day ceremony on May 31st. Because plans were based on earlier guidance from the CDC guidance, the ceremony will once again be a virtual one. However, make some time to tune in to this special ceremony dedicated to...
ACMi News: May 14, 2021

ACMi News: May 14, 2021

The CDC makes a big announcement for those who have been fully vaccinated. The DPW introduces a new concept, the Swap Shed, and signs are that it’s going to be a popular addition. And resourceful Arlingtonians come up with a way to keep birthday spirits up, even...