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Thomas Todisco is a producer, director, videographer, and editor in the Boston broadcast market. Experienced in all forms of television production, he has specialized in the production of live sports.
Todisco was in charge of television production for several Boston professional and amateur sports affiliates, including the Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics, and Boston University's basketball, hockey, and football teams. In this capacity, Todisco has been awarded numerous Boston/New England NATAS Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sports Coverage and three additional Emmys for Outstanding Sports Programming.
In the off-season, Todisco has produced and directed many studio productions, including specials, promotions, commercials, and a variety of programming. While at Fox-25 WFXT, in Boston, Todisco produced/wrote and edited two children's programs—"Talk it Out" and "Lean on Me,"which both received Emmy nominations. His other programming includes shows like "Reggie," a live telethon for 27-year old Boston Celtics star Reggie Lewis, who died prematurely of a heart defect. The show aired on two different Boston channels and raised $350,000 for then newly established Reggie Lewis Foundation.