Vermont Access Network (VAN)

Producer

Description

The Vermont Access Network, a non-profit corporation established to promote an interest in the effective operation and advancement of Public, Educational and Government Access centers in the State of Vermont. It is the mission of the Vermont Access Network to further the goals of Vermont's PEG organizations and to foster free speech, interconnectivity and community discourse through the use of current and future communications technologies.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2017-10-24
Format: 2017-10-24
Green Mountain Health Care Board Meeting - 01/08/2015
Green Mountain Health Care Board
VCAM Presents - ACLU: Zach Guiles - 04/25/2014
Seventh-grader Zach Guiles of Williamstown, VT, was suspended in 2003 from his local middle school for wearing a T-shirt that called President George W. Bush a “Chicken-Hawk-in-Chief” who was engaged in a “World Domination Tour....
Forum for the Future: Vermont's Single Payer Health System - 04/18/2014
An Update with moderator Deb Richter, MD and VT House Reps. Leigh Dakin, Kathy Hoyt, Alison Clarkson, and Jim Masland, panelists.
Green Mountain Health Care Board Meeting - 04/17/2014
Green Mountain Health Care Board
Fleming Museum: Tibetan Sand Mandala Painting - 04/06/2014
Fleming Museum: Time Lapse Footage of Tibetan Sand Mandala Painting.
Vermont Experiments: Will The Patient Survive? - 02/04/2014
A documentary film highlighting Vermont’s single payer experiment with real life stories from Canadians who have suffered under single payer and doctors who have practiced under the single payer system. Learn about how single payer health care...
NOFA PSA - 01/08/2014
Dave Rogers, Policy Advisor of NOFA-VT discusses the upcoming GMO Labeling Lobby Day set for Jan. 16, 2014 in Montpelier, Vermont.
EAI/PAI Debate: 'Government Role in Education' - 12/13/2013
The Ethan Allen Institute (EAI) and the Public Assets Institute (PAI) face off this winter in a series of three debates on the proper role of government in education. Lyndon State College host the opening debate Friday, December 13, 2013.
Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Alliance - 12/10/2013
VT Yankee Decommissioning Alliance - Guest: Ray Shadis
Secretary of State on PEG TV - 12/05/2013
Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos answers questions about Public Access Television and government transparency.
Vermont Works for Women Presents - Task Force On Young Women & The Vermont Economy - 12/03/2013
Vermont Works for Women Presents - Task Force On Young Women & The Vermont Economy
The VT State Nuclear Advisory Panel - 11/14/2013
The VT State Nuclear Advisory Panel examines the decommissioning options for Entergy Nuclear's Vermont Yankee reactor in Vernon, VT--with Entergy reps on hand to talk 'Safe Store' and its financing.
Green Mountain Care Board Meeting - 11/07/2013
Integrated Family Services, Agency of Human Services. Rate review; hospital budgets; payment reform; and/or certificates of need and possible vote on North Country Hospital and Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital budget requests.
VT Secretary of State Jim Condos: 'Got Transparency?' - 11/06/2013
Recorded in Lyndonville VT. Nov. 6th, 2013: Continuing his popular “Transparency Tour,” Secretary Condos will discuss Vermont's Open Meeting laws, including access to public records. "Meetings held that do not respect the...
State Budget Forum FY 2015 - 11/05/2013
A public forum on the FY 2015 state budget, held over Vermont Interactive Technologies closed-circuit network.  A second forum is scheduled for November 5th.  The Forums consist of brief introductory remarks by Secretary of Administration...

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Big Data, Politics and the 2020 Election

Jeff Chester, Director of the Center for Digital Democracy and national advocate for media justice, joins us on Thursday, November 9th at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall in Burlington, VT for a provocative and timely talk about how Big Data threatens to change Politics and Democracy forever and what we can do to stop it. The event begins at 5.30 with a reception, followed by the Public Talk at 6 p.m. ending at 8 p.m. REGISTER TODAY

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