Television Broadcast Video Featuring

February 2, 2012: Chronicle took a rare, behind the scenes tour of the facility in Southborough, Massachusetts. In this video segment, the team shows off some of the latest metal detectors and treasure finds.

About Chronicle:

Chronicle is the nation’s longest running locally-produced nightly newsmagazine. This year, Chronicle marks 30 years on the air. The show first aired on January 25, 1982. This light hearted news program finds its’ home at WCVB TV Channel 5 in Boston, Massachusetts. Chronicle airs each weeknight at 7:30 p.m. The Main Streets and Back Roads series is Chronicle's continuing look at life in New England. The first episode of Chronicle appeared on July 8, 1983. Three individuals make up the current on air team at Chronicle. Anthony Everett is the Emmy Award-winning anchor of Chronicle. Shayna Seymour is a popular reporter, producer and occasional anchor on the show. Seymour has been nominated for two Emmy Awards. Finally, reporter and producer Ted Reinstein rounds out the on air team for WCVB-TV Channel 5’s Chronicle.


Approaching 30 years in business, this second generation family run company was the internet's first online retailer of hobby Metal Detectors. The company offers a no-haggle, best-price guarantee on Metal Detectors. A full team of factory trained product specialists are on hand to help one select the best equipment for their needs. The company has a proven track record and has been approved and certified by the Better Business Bureau. stocks and ship from their own facility. They maintain a large inventory of thousands of metal detectors and accessories for immediate delivery. They offer their customers support before and after the sale. Their multilingual staff is available to assist customers with product selection and ordering in both English and Spanish.