Dan Archer at the Woodstock Digital Media Festival 09/13/2016

Dan Archer talks about using comics and immersive storytelling to report on human rights issues in situations where video or photographic equipment is inappropriate or, at worst, traumatic for those involved.

Feminist Media Review: Peggy Luhrs Discusses Phyllis Schlafly, Fracking, and the Standing Rock Reservation 09/12/2016

Host Peggy Luhrs discusses topics including Phyllis Schlafly, fracking, and the Standing Rock Reservation standoff.

Happy Collaborator 08/26/2016

A poignant documentary by Mike Hazard that portrays George Stoney as a filmmaker, teacher of film, and media activist. George is widely known as "the father of public access."

RAD-TV Presents: What’s Next for the Political Revolution Post-Primary? 08/26/2016

Bernie’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton has left a lot of people wondering what the next steps are for this political revolution Bernie’s been talking about throughout his campaign and where the energy for the movement will go now that he is no longer in the presidential race. The past couple of weeks have highlighted what we can do to continue moving forward.

Host: Elise Greaves
Guests: Dustin Tanner and Grant Taylor (Rights & Democracy Leaders)
Producer: Grant Taylor and Elise Greaves
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Rights and Democracy shares perspectives leading to a vision for a state in which every Vermonter earns a livable wage and has access to affordable health care, and where a progressive and equitable tax system supports an economy that protects the environment and human rights. We believe Vermont can lead our country in a new direction towards happy, healthy, and just communities for everyone.

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Ragav Pokhrel, Local YouTube Sensation 08/24/2016

Host Sylvan Zeitlyn speaks with Ragav Pokhrel, local YouTube sensation. 

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ACM National Conference Keynote 2016 - John Nichols 08/18/2016

Keynote Address at the 2016 ACM National Conference in Boston.

John Nichols argues that America is in a democratic crisis in no small part because of the death of journalism in towns and communities throughout the United States. The answer is a media devoted to the needs of people and a reinvigoration of journalism in our town. He calls on us to respond to that crisis.

Nichols is the National Affairs Correspondent with The Nation magazine and associate editor of The Capitol Times in Madison, Wisconsin. He writes regularly on politics and media for In These Times and The Progressive, and appears regularly as a commentator on MSNBC.  

With Robert McChesney, Nichols co-founded Free Press, the national media reform advocacy group which has championed media diversity, net neutrality and online privacy in the past decade. The author of many books, his most recent work with McChesney is People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy

Summer Camp 2016: Missing Milk Case - Narrative Video 07/22/2016

The community TV summer campers wrote, directed, and recorded this short narrative film in order to gain experience with video production and apply the techniques and skills they had been learning all throughout the week.

Summer Camp 2016: Stop Motion Animations 07/18/2016

Middle school summer campers create stop motion animations using figures, clay, whiteboard and markers, and coffee grounds.

Public Service Board Hearing 07/18/2016

Comcast Certificate of Public Good Renewal - July 18, 2016

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