Tony DunneExecutive Producer & Director
Tony Dunne is an Emmy® Award-winning content producer, documentary filmmaker and journalist. He has been producing content for public media since 2007, and currently serves as Executive Producer for NEPM’s digital-first arts and culture magazine program Connecting Point and the long-running high school quiz show As Schools Match Wits. An accomplished documentarian, his credits include Music Alone Shall Live: 35 Years of the Iron Horse and the award-winning Things That Go Bump in the Night: Tales of Haunted New England, which aired on PBS stations nationwide. Tony began his career in commercial news and has produced a wide variety of programming from political and public affairs content to live nightly newscasts and town hall discussions. He's been the recipient of numerous industry accolades and awards including a Regional Emmy® for his work. An avid music fan, amateur guitarist, and shadetree mechanic, he lives with his family in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.