Channel 17/Town Meeting Television, Chittenden County’s government access channel, seeks experienced videographer, strong in ‘field’ production settings. Applicants should have an interest in transparent and open local government and commitment to community media principals.
Quick calendar of Live election programs available via Channel 17/Town Meeting TV. For more Election programs search "elections" and to tune in for LIVE events visit Live Events.
Here is an update on the Burlington Telecom proceeding (a/k/a Docket 7044) which will have a major impact on the future of BT, its future management structure and the City's long-term ownership position. There are opportunities to continue public pressure on the outcome of BT's future structure and ownership. Read more about how you can participate.
More than 50 concerned citizens turned out on Tuesday evening (July 8th) for the Vermont Public Service Board’s hearing on Burlington Telecom. So many thanks to those who testified! There are next steps you can take TODAY!
Public Hearing on 7/8! Community Media Allies Call for Public involvement on Future of Burlington TelecomJuly 07, 2014
Weigh in on the future of BT at a Public Hearing on 7/8 at 7 p.m. in Burlington. Your local community media organizations - VCAM, RETN, and Channel 17 and CCTV, are working hard to influence the next chapter of BT and are aiming to represent the broad interests of community media makers and consumers in the current VT Public Service Board process. But, we need your help!
The City of Burlington is requesting permission from the Vermont Public Service Board to transfer ownership of Burlington Telecom (BT) to private hands and relief on key conditions of its Certificate of Public Good. What follows is the testimony presented to the Vermont Public Service Board on behalf of Burlington's Access Management organizations.