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
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility Conference 2012: Keynote Address - 01/28/2013
Don Mayer founded Small Dog Electronics in 1994 with the goal of becoming a premier Apple Specialist, selling Apple Computers and products via the internet, with a vision of building a sustainable business upon socially responsible business...
Education - Join the Conversation: Dual Enrollment & Flexible Pathways - 01/25/2013
DUAL ENROLLMENT, FLEXIBLE PATHWAYS, CAREER PATHWAYS & AWARENESS Statewide, Vermont schools are working to provide students more challenging academic opportunities to prepare them for success in college and the workforce. In this series we will...
Let's Talk About Mental Health - 01/21/2013
"Let's Talk" hosts, licensed alcohol and drug counselor Robert Stack and psychiatrist Nels Kloster, have over five decades of combined experience working with Vermont residents on psychiatric and addiction issues. This show is an...
James Maroney-Vermont's Land Use Regulations, Act 250 - 01/16/2013
James Maroney and Vermont Land Use Regulations, Act 250.
History Of Vermont Healthcare Reform - 01/15/2013
History of Health Care Reform in Vermont discussion with committee.
Tip of the Week- Beginner Ski Turns - 12/28/2012
The first episode of the "Tip of the Week", a new collaboration between LPCTV and Okemo Mountain Resort. This segment features a tip on making beginner ski turns from instructor Terry Carey.
Tip of the Week- Snowboard Tip - 12/28/2012
Tip of the Week brought to you from Okemo Ski Resort Ski and Snowboard Instructors. This tip is for beginner snowboarders.
Winooski My Town (Music Video) - 12/17/2012
A song celebrating the diversity of Winooski, Vermont by the African Hip Hop group, A2VT. From their debut album, "Africa, Vermont," produced by David Cooper. Video made possible by a grant from the Vermont Community Foundation. This song...
Sound Off: Tom Licata - 12/14/2012
Linda Kirker's weekly call-in program with a variety of guests. This week's guest: Tom Licata.
Vermont's New Economy Conference: Part 1 - 12/07/2012
The Vermont New Economy Conference was held in Montpelier, Vermont in December 2012. Sponsored by Global Community Initiatives, which seeks to promote resilient local economies. The day-long  conference considering financial models that make...
Vermont's New Economy Conference: Part 2 - 12/07/2012
The Vermont New Economy Conference was held in Montpelier, Vermont in December 2012. Sponsored by Global Community Initiatives, which seeks to promote resilient local economies. The day-long  conference considering financial models that make...
Vermont's New Economy Conference: Part 3 - 12/07/2012
The Vermont New Economy Conference was held in Montpelier, Vermont in December 2012. Sponsored by Global Community Initiatives, which seeks to promote resilient local economies. The day-long  conference considering financial models that make...
Vermont's New Economy Conference: Part 4 - 12/07/2012
The Vermont New Economy Conference was held in Montpelier, Vermont in December 2012. Sponsored by Global Community Initiatives, which seeks to promote resilient local economies. The day-long  conference considering financial models that make...
Why It's Important to Attend Public Service Board Hearing on Vermont Yankee, 11/19 - 11/16/2012
Why it is important to attend a public Service Board Hearing on Vermont Yankee Monday, November 19, produced by Citizen's Awareness Network (CAN) and Safe and Green. The PSB will take comments from the public via Vermont Interactive Technologies...
The Stone Valley Byway: The First in a Series on the Byways of Southern Vermont - 11/14/2012
Host, Greg Cutler travels the The Stone Valley Byway - Vermont Route 30 - along the southwestern border of Vermont. Produced by Catherine Stewart.

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