The Upper Valley's Community Access Media Center
August 2, 2021 Weekly Highlights
CATV On-Demand offers high-quality, locally-produced programs to help you access community through media.
Meredith Angwin, author of Shorting the Grid: The Hidden Fragility of Our Electric Grid, discusses how power shortages and hacking threaten the nation’s regional electric power grids.
Better trains mean a better environment, community, and future. Now that Amtrak is back, Christopher Parker, Executive Director of VRAN, talks about how his group’s 6,000 members work for better passenger and freight service in Vermont.
Vermont’s newest chamber orchestra, based in Brattleboro, shares Suite for an Imaginary Country.
CATV producer Thomas Bishop continues to work with towns and school boards to support evolving formats for in-person, remote livestream, and live broadcast public meetings – often all at the same time!
This year marks 20 years since the events of 9/11. To honor that day, its victims, and their loved ones, CATV welcomes you to participate in a video memoir project, sharing your memories to create a community historical record. These brief local video memoirs will air on CATV this September 11. For more info or to participate, contact producer George Spencer at
CATV supports lifelong learning to engage the tools of media for individual and community expression in the Upper Valley.
CATV's team also covers local community events, government, and school board meetings for cable and streaming. Contact us to get involved!
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