An editorial in the Time Argus newspaper explains why the local meeting coverage provided by public access television stations is "crucial for keeping our elected and appointed officials on task."
Join us in celebrating free speech, local media, and the holiday season on Thursday, December 12th, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st: Share your thoughts on the value of PEG access channels and services to Vermont communities, the costs of such programming and services, and funding options to support programming and services at a PEG TV Public Hearing on October 21st.
New Certificate of Public Good settlement will benefit cable subscribers and community members in Comcast service areas.
CCTV and Channel 17/Town Meeting Television’s internship opportunities are designed to teach participants how to use multimedia platforms for civic engagement, local news/information, and community development.
Vermont Access Network's Kevin Christopher shares how Vermont's Public Access TV channels are a valuable community resource.
On June 20th, Governor Phil Scott signed the Broadband Bill - now Act 79 of 2019 - in Dover, Vermont. This new law aims to expand access to broadband services and also includes a Study Committee that will consider issues related to the future availability and funding of Public, Educational, and Government (PEG) access television.