“MetroWest Matters” is a cable access TV show presented by WACA-TV in Ashland, Massachusetts. The show is hosted by Paul Ritter, Executive Producer of MetroWest Matters and managing director of Interactive Media Strategies. The television show has featured 30-minute episodes including interviews with business executives, government officials and community organizations. In upcoming episodes, the show also highlights local businesses and interesting places to visit, places to eat and things to do from all around the MetroWest area of Massachusetts.
Paul Ritter, Host of “MetroWest Matters” interviews Greg Bialecki, the former Secretary of Housing & Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
In this episode of “MetroWest Matters” Paul Ritter interviews State Senator Karen Spilka, who represents cities that make up the “Heart of MetroWest.”
Previous episodes of MetroWest Matters hosted by Paul Ritter featured interviews with former Massachusetts Governor, Deval Patrick, other state and federal representatives, education professionals, business leaders, and participants and officials from the Boston Marathon a few years ago as the runners passed through the heart of downtown Ashland.
About WACA-TV Ashland
Throughout the years, WACA TV has produced programs such as cooking shows, discussion shows and programs featuring rock, folk and acoustic bands. We have gone on location to a variety of interesting places, from behind the scenes at the Boston Ballet to covering the Worcester Memorial Service for fallen firefighters, to covering the events at the National Democratic Convention in Boston. The station has also been recognized on several occasions with awards for excellence in programming as well as the Overall Excellence Award for the New England/New York area and also nationally.
WACA TV relocated from the West Union Street studio in the Summer of 2013 to a fully HD Studio with a separate fully equipped HD kitchen studio. We look forward to continuing to increase our media center’s offerings to meet the needs of the Ashland Community for many more years to come. You can check the upcoming TV schedule and watch VOD shows from WACA TV at the link here.