From the Little League Parades to profiles of our local heros, celebrities and public servants to our Arts and Crafts Festivals to the music of our local bands, if you’re a local you’ll find something in here that’s about you or someone you know. Our mission is to reconnect our community through on-line and electronic communications and to give our hometown a place where we can always go to see videos about ourselves from our past, stories about us today and documentaries in the future about the people we know and the important events that take place around our neighborhood. So welcome to BaysideLiveTV.com It’s hometown, local grown video content shot by people you know, about people you know.
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Founded on March 7, 2012
Our Mission is to re-connect neighborhoods to media, faciliate a new emerging voice of local residents and empower a new and stronger sense of community.
Bayside Home Owners Association
Outstanding Community Service Award
Media Content and Education
Gregg P. Sullivan
Founder, Chairman, CEO, Executive Producer
Mr. Sullivan is a graduate of Bayside High School and was the President of his Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes. He went on to a career in Film and Television working at CBS Network TV for ten years before moving out to Hollywood to develop and run his own studios working with over 300 major feature films with Paramount, Disney, Universal, Sony and 20th Century Fox. Mr. Sullivan was also the lead consultant at the University of Southern California in their Entertainment Technology Center where he developed internet technologies for film production and distribution. Mr. Sullivan is also involved with many philanthropic enterprises from donating a neighborhood web tv channel to Bayside with BaysideLiveTV.com to a non-profit to save animals with PetFoodlifeline.org
Associate Producer, Graphics & Web Designer
Teddy Byrne is a young, up and coming video/film producer/director who has lived in Bayside since December, 2005. He is a member of the graduating class of 2017 at Holy Cross High School, just across the Bayside border on Francis Lewis Boulevard. Mr. Byrne made Holy Cross history at the end of his Freshman year, when he was named the youngest executive producer of the school’s TV program, HCTV. In November of 2014, Mr. Byrne signed on to Bayside Live TV as an intern. Since then, he has climbed up the ranks in the company becoming one of the web designers, an associate producer, graphics designer and the chief video editor on the site. Mr. Byrne is currently attending Ithaca College as a Television-Radio major and is a senior producer of the ICTV show Good Day Ithaca.