30 years is ages and a blink. CCTV could not open the doors to local government, protect free speech, and come up with new forms of public access without your collective hard work, humor, ability to manage the small details and the spell-out big picture at the same time.
The Burlington AMOs have serious concerns about the City’s decision to sell Burlington Telecom as a condition of its settlement agreement with Citibank and Pecor/Merchants Bank. We believe that this decision could limit the ability of the network to serve meaningful community and economic development purposes in the future and curb community media innovation.
How can you reserve a spot for airtime? If you have a program or program idea, bring it to us (community media centers) If you want to make a program in our studios, contact us to set-up the time. Learn how to use equipment.
"So if you’re like most people I know and you care about this issue but don’t spend every waking moment following the intricate details, fear not. That’s what we’re here for."
CCTV Celebrates 30 Years of Free Speech. at the St. John's Club, 9 Central Avenue in Burlington.
Friday, June 13 from 5-7 p.m. Celebrate 30 Years of Free Speech & Friendship. Food & Fun.