Duplication & Distribution Services

Once you've produced your program, CCTV Duplication & Distribution can make 1 or 500 DVD copies of your Channel 17 show or other program and distribute it via US Mail, internet file exchange or web links.

DVD Duplication

To order a copy of a Channel 17 show, select the program from any of our TV listings and hit the "Order Now" button on that page. This will direct you to PayPal, where you can pay on-line

Number of DVD's Price Per DVD
   1 $20.00
   2-4 $15.00
   5-9 $10.00
   10+ $5.00
   20+ $4.00
   30+ $3.50
 100+ $3.00
 250+ $2.75

Shipping/Handing starts at $5.00 for one DVD and increases by $.69/ additional DVD.

Payment is due prior to shipping or at the time of pick-up. For a bulk estimate or to ship DVDs to multiple locations, please call sberger [at] cctv [dot] org (Sarah Berger )and leave a message at 802.862.1645 x10 with: the Name of the Program, Production Date, Number of Copies, Billing and Shipping Information, Your Name and Daytime Phone Number.

Video Transfers from other formats to DVD is billed at our hourly rate of $125/ hour.

Web Links

Every Channel 17 program now lives on the internet. Ask for the web link (URL or address) and instructions how to spread the program through email and your web site. morourke [at] cctv [dot] org (Meghan O'Rourke) can help you with this.

VMX - Vermont Media Exchange

VMX gets your programs around the state quickly. VMX is a broadcast video file sharing network of Vermont's public access channels. Channel 17 will distribute your programs on VMX for a modest fee. Contact Mike for a more specific estimate at 802.862.1645 x18 or mcohen [at] cctv [dot] org.

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