Broadway Video offers suites for creative offline editorial, online finishing, color correction and composting, utilizing the latest professional tools, including Adobe Creative Cloud, Avid Symphony and Media Composer and Final Cut Studio. All suites are fully HD capable and are tied with shared SAN and ISIS storage.



Dave Finamore


Following in his father’s footsteps, Dave started his career in film editing. Over the years he has worked with NBCUniversal, Sony, HBO, Comedy Central, Showtime, IFC and Sesame Workshop. Dave’s honors include a Primetime Emmy Nomination, a Cine Golden Eagle and a Promax/BDA award.

Michael Hennelly


Having always had a natural affinity for sports, Mike is an Emmy and Promax award winning Producer/Editor. His previous work with MSG Networks, PBS and the Yankees led the St. John’s Alum to NBC where he headed the production of promotional pieces for Sunday Night Football, Super Bowl 49 and multiple Olympic Games. Since joining Broadway Video Mike is working largely with CBS Sports.

Yossi Kimberg


Yossi joined Broadway Video in 1984 after completing a mandatory term in the Israeli army and subsequently graduating from Temple University. His many credits include The Best of the Blues Brothers, The Mark Twain Prize for Humor, which has aired on PBS for the past ten years, and Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee web series.

Eric Singer


Eric Singer began his career as a production assistant for several commercial spot producers after graduating from Hampshire College where he studied genetics and botany. A two-time Emmy nominee, Eric is an experienced multicam editor specializing in concerts, competition series and award shows. His client list includes Viacom (MTV Video Music Awards, Divas, Hip Hop Honors, Black Girls Rock), CBS (The TONY Awards), ABC (Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade) and PBS (Great Performances, Met Opera).  He has recently completed three seasons of the CNN documentary series The Wonder List.

Anthony Verderame


Anthony graduated from The College of New Jersey with a BFA in Communication Studies. After three years as an assistant at Broadway Video, Anthony was promoted to Editor in 2010. He is adept at writing, producing, editing and finishing content for short and long-form projects in Avid Symphony or Adobe Premiere Pro. Anthony’s projects include the music & comedy variety show, Live at 9:30 for PBS; Jay Pharoah’s stand-up special, Can I Be Me? for Showtime, Viceland’s The Business of Life and NBC’s New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly. He has experience with music shows, including Arcade Fire’s Here Comes the Night Time and Lady Gaga and The Muppets’ Holiday Spectacular. His comedy experience includes shorts for Above Average Productions and Más Mejor online networks. Anthony has been featured a number of times on-screen as an editor on NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice.”