The Vermont Community Foundation awarded a two-year, $50,000 grant to CCTV Center for Media & Democracy for CommonGoodVT.org, a two-year pilot network that aims to support Vermont’s nonprofit organizations to “do more with less” and generate social benefit for the people of the state.
CCTV's work with Peter Freyne began in 1985 when we launched coverage of Burlington's City Council meetings and started asking questions about the role of the local press corps in keeping democracy open. Watch selected interviews (with and by Peter) plus legislative debates from the past 25 years here...
We are in the midst of a great sea change – the tides of the analog and digital age are turning as we move swiftly into an interconnected future. Who will control our data? Will we have open networks? Will journailsm exist? Who do we trust? How do we take back our communications/ information "commons" and secure free speech and democracy in the future?
Join 25 years of fun! CCTV Rewind, Free Speech Art Auction, 25 Year Screening, Waterfront Anniversary Gala and more as we celebrate CCTV's silver anniversary with our community!
We’ll ring in the solstice with a look at 25 years of public access TV, a tribute to Channel 17’s star producers.
With the "netroots" largely activated, what can we learn from Election 2008?
CCTV Productions 13-minute profile of the Vermont Women's Mentor program has been awarded first place in the documentary profile category of the Alliance for Community Media Northeast Region video contest.
Please Join Senator Bernie Sanders
and Federal Communications Commissioner Michael J. Copps
for a Town Meeting on the Digital Television Conversion
Wednesday, October 22
Burlington City Hall