For our activist and nonprofit friends who look forward to CCTV's Media Maven Lunches, we have great news to replace the "regularly scheduled" May Maven lunch. Local community media makers will host a series of workshops on Thursday, May 21st between 2pm - 5.30 pm at Champlain College in Burlington Vermont. The afternoon Flash Festival of Social Networking markes the occasion of the Alliance for Community Media's Northeast Regional Conference. Register to attend the afternoon sessions--or you are invited for the entire free speech event.
One hundred and fifty free speech lovers turned out Thursday night to CCTV's 25th Anniversary Retrospective and Free Speech Art Auction. "This is the best party I've been to all year", exulted Roz Payne, long-time activist and media maker. DVD's of the program can be ordered now..
Don't Miss It! CCTV Rewind looks at the people and events that shaped our public life over the past 25 years. Celebrate CCTV's fight for free speech and open networks in Vermont with a special retrospective on April 30th at 7 p.m. at the Main Street Landing Theatre on Burlington's waterfront.
Senator Shumlin appears as a guest on "The House Ways and Means Show" with hosts Rep. Bill Aswad/D-Burlington and Rep. David Sharpe/D-Bristolto discuss current legislative issues in Vermont.
Channel 17/ Town Meeting TV airs the April 7th South Burlington Police Station Public Hearing this weekend. Learn more about times and web links.
Tune in to Burlington Telecom channel 317 at 7:00pm to watch this meeting live.
Common Good Vermont regional networking lunches start in Bennington County on May 5th (2pm), followed by White River Junction 5/14 , Montpelier 5/19 , St. Johnsbury 5/26 (2pm), Rutland 5/29, Middlebury 6/2, Brattleboro 6/16, Burlington 6/25 and Johnson 6/29. Lunch is $5. Tell us you're coming!
Live web streaming right here, when the debate begins. Possibly in the first half of the day.
Log onto http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv for streaming coverage of Thurday's (April 2) historic same-sex marriage vote!