CCTV Rewind

Producer

Description

Celebrating 25 Years of Public Access in Vermont, CCTV raids its archives to bring you great moments in our community history.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2018-12-11
Format: 2018-12-11
Voices of Dissent - 06/02/2009
Voices of Dissent
CCTV Looks Back at Washington - 05/05/2009
CCTV visited Washington D.C. in 1986 and again in 1991 to follow Vermont's Congressional delegation, tour C-SPAN and interview members of the White House Press Corps.
CCTV Rewind Promo - 04/30/2009
CCTV Rewind looks at the people and events that shaped our public life over the past 25 years. Celebrate CCTV's fight for free speech and open networks in Vermont with a special retrospective on April 30th at 7 p.m. at the Main Street Landing...
Stump the Chumps - 04/07/2009
Stump the Chumps, Channel 17's most popular program, ran between 1991 and 2001. Hosted by Herb Bloomenthal, the program featured local personalities and historians and focused on the local history of Burlington neighborhoods, Winooski, Essex,...
Burlington This Is You! - 02/03/2009
Burlington This is YOU! was produced by Nat Ayer for CCTV in the mid-1980's. The one hour weekly program appeared on Cox Cable Channel 8 and then expanded to 2 1/2 hours every Friday night. Ultimately, the program expanded into the 24 hour...
Legislature - 01/06/2009
Since CCTV Goes to Montpelier, produced in 1986, CCTV has provided behind the scenes coverage of Vermont's Legislature, including Point CounterPoint with Peter Freyne. Jess Wilson and Lauren-Glenn Davitian take a look back at interviews and...
A Look Back at 25 Years of Community Media in Vermont - 12/02/2008
Celebrating 25 Years of Public Access in Vermont, CCTV raids its archives to bring you great moments in our community history. In the first episode of the series, host Lauren-Glenn Davitian gives an overview of the series and a preview of 25th...

Featured Story

Stop the FCC From Gutting Public Access Television

The Federal Communications Commission is considering a new rule that will jeopardize community media organizations like Channel 17. Stop the FCC from gutting public access TV! Let them know why you think community media is important.

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