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: 2019-08-19
Format: 2019-08-19
Ask the Experts with Rep. Anne O'Brien: Protecting Children from Internet Crime - 08/20/2012
Vt. Atty. Gen'l Sorrell and Criminal Division Chief Cindy Maguire discuss Protecting Children from Internet Crime with Rep. Anne O'Brien.
VTrans - On The Road - 08/08/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
Across Generations: Why Compost? Why Now? - 07/28/2012
A program outlining the need and benefit of local and personal composting.
VTrans - On The Road - 07/24/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
VTrans - On The Road - 07/16/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
Local Motion Press Conference - 06/30/2012
Burlington based non-profit Local Motion held a press conference June 30, 2012 at Airport Park in Colchester. Former Vermont governor, Howard Dean, the Town of Colchester and Local Motion made an historic announcement about Island Line trail repairs...
VTrans - On The Road - 06/25/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
VTrans - On The Road - 06/18/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out - 06/13/2012
The film features more than 40 experts who put the government’s 9/11 story to the test, examining scientific evidence surrounding the collapse of all three World Trade Center buildings. The film was produced by Architects and Engineers for 9/...
VTrans - On The Road - 06/11/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
VTrans - On The Road - 06/04/2012
A New Weekly Series from Vermont Agency of Transportation with traffic updates by region.
Interstate 89 Exit 16 (Colchester) Public Hearing Proposed Double Crossover Diamond Interchange - 05/30/2012
VTrans gathers public input on a widening of US Routes 2 and 7 from the Winooski Town line northward for one mile to the intersection at Sunderland Woods. An innovative double crossover diamond interchange (DCD) is being proposed to increase safety...
Healthy Aging - Substance Abuse and the Elderly - 05/01/2012
Host Patrica Facey talks about substance abuse & the elderly.
PEGTV 21 Interview with Congressman Peter Welch - 04/13/2012
Congressman Peter Welch is interviewed by Tom Donahue of the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce. Interview topics include: expansion of the Western rail corridor/Rutland to Burlington, Jobs Bill, and lowering gas prices amongst other topics.
Form-Based Codes for Rural Communities annd Small Scale Cities - 04/10/2012
Northern New England commmunities are exploring the possibility of implementing form-based codes in their jurisdiction. This workshop, taped in South Burlington, is geared towards professional planners, architechts annd other designers.

Featured Story

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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