Charles Hinshaw
Charles joined the BTRtv team in 2011 and is now a Senior Video Producer. He currently produces and edits Video Dispatch and director of photography and editor on BTR Live Studio.

Since it's launch in 2017, he has been a contributor on movies for BreakThru Radio Weekly.
Recent Posts
Brooklyn-based jazz musician and composer Jonathan Parker delivers a unique multitracked, solo live performance for this episode of BTR Live Studio at Home.
Comfy is the super endearing, earworm-inducing project of Rochester-based musician Connor Benincasa. Joined by a virtual army of musical friends and co-conspirators, the “band” crafts a malleable array of genres from pure power pop to bedroom grooves and indie garage bangers. Here, Connor is joined by Aurora Case for a low-key, ultra-cozy exclusive performance. Volume For is available now from Dadstache Records. Watch the video for "Nuisance" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Meet Emily Smith, a longtime producer and host at BTRtoday. Plus music by Juliet Quick.
Call Me Spinster is a Chattanooga, TN-based sister trio of Rosie, Rachel, and Amelia. In this episode, the band delivers a stunning live performance, featuring new band members Alfredo and, of course, Maggie The Dog.
MJ Knefel explains that while access to the COVID-19 vaccine has improved, the structure of US healthcare is a hurdle still to be overcome.
Juliet Quick is a Hudson Valley-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter whose work reflects on climate terror, misogyny, self-interrogation, and holding on to hope. Here, she shares an intimate look at her music, performed exclusively for BTR Live Studio At Home. Glass Years EP is available now from Substitute Scene Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.