Hanover Conservancy celebrates sixty years protecting land and water, including the inspiring rescue of Balch Hill from development, for generations to come. Produced by Hanover High student filmmaker and CATV film club member Ezra McGinley-Smith.
NH Rep. Annie Kuster leads a roundtable discussion with best-selling author Stephanie Land (Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive) on her new memoir of surviving domestic abuse and related issues affecting NH residents.
The popular Suds & Science – a crowdsourcing of science and conservation expertise from the local community (over drinks at the Norwich Inn in normal times) – adapts to a virtual format, led by Jason Hill and Ryan Rebozo.
"The ink gets in your blood."
The Final Days of an Upper Valley Press
CATV's YouTube channel archives local content telling our collective story and reflecting who we are.
Take a look back at one of our most viewed YouTube videos.
Nearly seven decades of printing the Valley News in the Upper Valley drew to a close with the Jan. 31, 2019, edition as the newspaper’s parent company moved printing to a new plant in Penacook, N.H.
This week Jordyn Fitch arrives at CATV as our new Community Engagement Producer! Jordyn grew up in Miramar, Florida and attended Dartmouth College majoring in Film and Media Studies, planning on declaring a minor at some point in something that would assuage parental fears of having a child that is a Film and Media Studies major. It never happened.
They are beyond thrilled for the opportunity to put it all to use—educating, empowering, and entertaining the Upper Valley community through media arts!