Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8th, Vermonters interested the outcome of this year’s local, state and national elections can tune in to Channel 17/Town Meeting Television’s “Local Votes 2016” program airing live on Comcast and BT Channel 17 and 317. Special coverage will also be streamed live on www.CH17.TV.
On Tuesday, November 8, Burlington voters will be asked two questions related to the redevelopment of the Burlington Town Center mall. We've produced several programs this month that might help you decide where you stand.
An interactive program guide, HD channels, video on demand, improving local PEG channel quality, are just a few examples of this agreement meeting community needs for the creation and distribution of locally produced media. Creatives, citizens, nonprofits, activists and local municipalities all avail themselves of community access services. The support of Burlington Telecom for the work of local community access centers shows a continued support for the citizens and residents of Burlington.
The Vermont Press Association is sponsoring "Debate Sunday" to allow voters a chance to hear the candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general on Sunday Oct. 23, at St. Michael's College. All candidates for the three statewide offices are invited to the event, which is being held in conjunction with the St. Michael's College Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts Department.
SPECIAL NOTE. CHANNEL 17 TV FEEDS ARE DOWN FOR SCHEDULED BUILDING MAINTENANCE. WE EXPECT TO BE BACK UP BY 2 p.m. on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.
Innovation Week, October 14-22, 2016, is a series of events that highlights the vibrant energy of greater Burlington's entrepreneurial, technological and creative ecosystem.
"Stump the Chumps" -- one of Channel 17's most popular programs ever -- returns on June 29, 2016. Test your knowledge of Chittenden County history and see if you have what it takes to Stump the Chumps!
Lucy Bernholz is serious about data rights and responsibilities. Digital Civil Society Chief at Stanford’s Center on Philanthropy, she travelled to Vermont mid-May to meet with 100 nonprofit leaders across Vermont (Burlington, Montpelier and Brattleboro). The arts, community development, libraries, coders, human services folks wanted to learn how to better handle sensitive data, figure out the pros and cons of Google for Nonprofits, and improve their archival management.