William Mecca, Judiciary Video Producer, Honored by National AV MagazineFor further information contact:
Linda Brown Holt (609) 292-9581
For release: December 17, 2003
Trenton, N.J.. William Mecca of Manchester Township, video production coordinator for the Administrative Office of the Courts, New Jersey Judiciary, was featured in AV Video Multimedia Producer Magazine's "Profiles in Excellence, a Showcase of Top Producers." The announcement, with a biography and photo, appeared in the November 2003 edition.
A Judiciary employee for nine years, Mecca formerly was radio news anchor with WOBM-FM and was also a television newsman with WYOU-TV in Scranton, Penn. He graduated from Rowan University (formerly Glassboro State College) in 1982.
At the Judiciary, Mecca has produced a wide range of educational and informative videos including New Jersey's Child Support Hearing Officer Program and is currently working with the family division in the production of a series of training videos on the subject of domestic violence.
Mecca resides in Manchester Township with his wife, Christine, and their four children, Elizabeth, Katherine, Meghan and Christopher. When not producing videos, Mecca enjoys spending time with his family and indulging his other passion, rock 'n' roll tenor saxophone.