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: 2019-08-21
Format: 2019-08-21
What Does Domestic Violence Look Like - What Does The End Of Domestic Violence Look Like - 10/22/2013
What Does Domestic Violence Look Like - What Does The End Of Domestic Violence Look Like
At Landmark College: Bill McKibben - 10/22/2013
Author Bill McKibben provides an overview of his long history in environmental activism and climate change, including the origins of 350.org
Women's Economic Opportunity Conference With Patty Stonesifer - 10/19/2013
Women's Economic Opportunity Conference With Patty Stonesifer
Turning Blue - 10/15/2013
A documentary produced by the Ethan Allen Institute about Vermont's political migration from conservative to liberal
VTrans - On The Road - 10/07/2013
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
VHC First Wed. STJ: “America’s Global Challenges” - 10/02/2013
Part of the Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays lecture series. Distinguished veteran diplomat George Jaeger presents, “America’s Global Challenges,” St. Johnsbury Atheaeum Hosts.
VTrans - On The Road - 09/30/2013
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
New England Coalition 42nd Annual Meeting - 09/29/2013
The New Engalnd Coalition on Nuclear Pollution celebrates its 42nd annual membership meeting at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden with three guest speakers: energy consultant Paul M. Blanch, Marvin Resnikoff, PhD, and NEC lawyer Brice Simon, Esq. to...
VTrans - On The Road - 09/26/2013
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
Education - Join the Conversation: Gender Equity in Career & Technical Education - 08/12/2013
Increasing awareness and opportunities for young women and men to participate in education, training, and employment in career fields that have historically been filled by a single gender is key to the strength and future of Vermont's economy....
ILEAD Summer Lecture Series: "Today's Wider World, One Without Borders" & "Can You Hear Me Now? Law Enforcement Surveillance." - 08/07/2013
Major General Dale Meyerrose challenges conventional thinking about the danger of cyber warefare and the vulnerability of cybersecurity in the world. Chris Soghoian, ACLU Senior Policy Analyst, discusses how the true scale of law enforcement...
ILEAD Summer Lecture Series: "Hiding Behind my iPhone, Avoiding Read Friendships" & "Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Anonymous?" - 07/31/2013
Institute for Life Long Learning at Dartmouth Summer Lecture Series Evelyn Rusli (Tech Writer for The Wall Street Journal) explores how our online behavior is re-defining human relationships and the art of meaningful communication. Parmy Olson (...
Ask the Experts with Rep. Anne O'Brien: GMO Labeling with Dave Rogers of NOFA VT - 07/29/2013
Richmond, Vt Representative Anne O'Brien discusses GMO labeling legislation with NOFA VT policy advisor Dave Rogers.
ILEAD Summer Lecture Series: "The Dark Side of the Digital Revolution" - 07/24/2013
Institute for Life Long Learning at Dartmouth Summer Lecture Series. Richard Clarke (Author and National Security Advisor) and Rand Beers (Under-Secretary for the National Protection and Program Directorate). The dependence of modern civilization on...
Let's Talk Unions - 07/10/2013
David McWillams speaks with Mary Halligan-Montgomery about the role and purpose of unions, and the new day care workers' union being formed.

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Alliance for Community Media says FCC Cable Vote Will Harm Local Media

The proposed rules would allow cable companies to assign market values to these benefits and then charge the amount back to local communities in most cases. Benefits include items like free cable subscriptions to schools, discounts for the elderly, and fiber connectivity to local government buildings like police departments, fire stations, and libraries.

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