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: 2019-08-23
Format: 2019-08-23
Biosolids Regulation And Management In Vermont Forum - 11/05/2013
Department Of Environmental Conservation: Biosolids Regulation And Management In Vermont Forum
Let's Talk About Mental Health: Women's Freedom Center - 11/04/2013
Advocates from the Women's Freedom Center join Let's Talk hosts Robert Stack, a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, and Nels Kloster, a local psychiatrist, for a special episode of this live talk show centered on the world-wide issue of...
Building An Economy In Vermont Where Everyone Is Secure And Prospers - 11/04/2013
Winooski Community Forum: November 4, 2013 organized by Campaign for Vermont.
American Civil Liberties Union - Surveillance Conference Part 1 of 4 - 10/30/2013
ACLU takes a close look at surveillance in Vermont. Their recent report, Surveillance on the Northern Border, documented the surveillance tools and systems that have come into Vermont in the last dozen years. Most of these tools and systems have...
American Civil Liberties Union - Surveillance Conference Part 2 of 4 - 10/30/2013
ACLU takes a close look at surveillance in Vermont. Their recent report, Surveillance on the Northern Border, documented the surveillance tools and systems that have come into Vermont in the last dozen years. Most of these tools and systems have...
American Civil Liberties Union - Surveillance Conference Part 3 of 4 - 10/30/2013
ACLU takes a close look at surveillance in Vermont. Their recent report, Surveillance on the Northern Border, documented the surveillance tools and systems that have come into Vermont in the last dozen years. Most of these tools and systems have...
American Civil Liberties Union - Surveillance Conference Part 4 of 4 - 10/30/2013
ACLU takes a close look at surveillance in Vermont. Their recent report, Surveillance on the Northern Border, documented the surveillance tools and systems that have come into Vermont in the last dozen years. Most of these tools and systems have...
Green Mountain Global Forum; "The Future of Nuclear Power" - 10/28/2013
Fukushima Daiichi, Vermont Yankee, and the Future of Nuclear Power According to the World Nuclear Association, there are over 430 nuclear reactors in operation around the globe, with 60 reactors currently under construction, and another 160 in the...
Vermont House Commerce, Natural Resource, & Energy Committee Joint Hearing on VT Yankee Closure Economic Impact - 10/28/2013
This joint hearing from the Vermont House Commerce and House Natural Resource and Energy Committees focuses on the community and economic impacts expected in Vermont from the date certain closure of Vermont Yankee. With regional organizations,...
Vermont Arts Summit - Plenary One - 10/26/2013
Vermont Arts Summit - Plenary One
Vermont Arts Summit - Copyright Basics - 10/26/2013
Vermont Arts Summit - Plenary One
State House Coverage - Vermont Health Connect Press Conference - 10/24/2013
ORCA Media Presents State House Coverage - Vermont Health Connect Press Conference - October 24, 2013
Healthy Food For Local Communities: A Conversation with Kathleen Merrigan - 10/24/2013
At this Vermont Community Foundation event, Kathleen Merrigan, Former Deputy Secretary of the USDA, discussed food and agriculture policy, in the context of obstacles and opportunities for Vermont farmers. It was recorded at the Richmond Monitor...
State Budget Forum FY 2015 - 10/23/2013
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...
Education - Join the Conversation: Pre-K & Early Childhood Education - 10/23/2013
Publicly funded prekindergarten education (Pre-K) provides access to a quality early education experience for over 6,000 of Vermont’s young children. Public Pre-K occurs in some of Vermont’s elementary schools and through partnerships...

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