Channel 8

TIMEPROGRAM
10:30 amVote for Vermont for January 26, 2015
11:00 amVT State House Health Care Bill Walk Through
12:03 pmKimberly Elkins - What Is Visible
1:01 pmHartland Selectboard - February 23, 2015
2:30 pmVermont State House -Governor's Proposed FY 2015 Budget
5:00 pmHanover Selectmen's Meeting - February 25, 2015
8:00 pmLebanon Citizens Academy - February 26, 2015
9:02 pmLebanon Citizens Academy - February 26, 2015
10:00 pmPress Conference on Vermont's Modern Wood Heating Industry
10:30 pmUndert the Golden Dome - Week 7
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Channel 10

TIMEPROGRAM
10:30 amA History of Vermont Presented Through Folk Music
12:00 pmPeople's View with NH State Rep
12:29 pmPeople's View with Kevin Landrigan
1:00 pmClassic Arts Showcase
2:01 pmDresden School Board Meeting - February 24, 2015
2:59 pmDresden School Board February 24, - 2015
4:30 pmAVA Gallery of Arts with Harry Bernard
5:30 pmAVA Gallery of Arts with Gail Smuda
6:30 pmKimberly Elkins - What Is Visible
7:30 pmSidewalks Entertainment with Katheryn Winnick
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What we do

Community Access Television, (CATV), serves the towns of Hartford, Hartland and Norwich, Vermont and Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire. CATV allows us to debate local issues, showcase artistic expression and celebrate school and community happenings.

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  • CATV, on demand!
    Watch CATV at home, on demand! Check out our Vimeo page to see all the locally produced programming that CATV has to offer. We have even created special channels for programs with multiple shows. Check out our government Video on Demand for all of our government meetings too!
  • Volunteer at CATV!
    Write a screen play, shoot a documentary, interview local people and businesses, start a cooking show or a late night talk show. After a brief training session you may sign out a camera and tripod and be as creative as you wish. In return, we air your show on our channel’s 8 and 10.
  • Produce Your Own Show!
    Write a screen play, shoot a documentary, interview local people and businesses, start a cooking show or a late night talk show. After a brief training session you may sign out a camera and tripod and be as creative as you wish. In return, we air your show on our channel’s 8 and 10.
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