The Upper Valley's Media Community
August 30, 2021
Weekly Highlights
CATV On-Demand offers high-quality, locally-produced programs to help you access community through media.
Lowell Thomas, an avid skier who often broadcast from his second home in Stowe, circled the world for his stories, bestowing celebrity on T.E. Lawrence "of Arabia," visiting Tibet in 1949, and reinventing media as we know it. VT filmmaker Rick Moulton discusses the journey behind his film, The Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast Journalism.
State Rep. Emilie and NH Housing's Ben Frost discuss market pressures, environmental impacts, changes to NH and VT communities, and strategies for buyers in the booming local real estate with Olga Peters on BCTV's Montpelier Happy Hour.
Lowell Thomas narrates this short tourism film from the Vermont State Development Commission touting the Green Mountain state's many attractions.
Rev. Mandy Lape-Freeberg leads the August 29th service in Hanover, NH. More local religious services are available on CATV cable channels and CATV On-Demand.
CATV partners with the Vermont Access Network to present a third cable channel for statewide, community-produced content in High Definition (HD). Comcast subscribers can view on Channel 1070 and streaming everywhere online.
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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