THANKS TO YOU, WE DID IT!  YOU helped us meet our crowdfunding goal, unlocking the 2:1 placemaking matching grant!

Upper Valley residents are beginning to enjoy “JAM” (Junction Arts & Media), a new free, public film and media arts “playground” for all ages to come together to create and CATV’s new home at 5 S. Main Street in White River Junction, VT.  Through a 2:1 matching grant from the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development’s Better Places Program, CATV is transforming an empty store front into an inclusive community crossroads for interactive media activities and workshops, installation video art, exhibits by local media artists, screenings, and pop-up outdoor events including expanded cinema and live music featuring local creators.

Channeling the Upper Valley

CATV is open to the public.
Email or call (802) 359-4705 to visit or for more information.

We’ve moved!  Come visit us at:

CATV Studios at the Briggs Opera House, 5 S. Main Street, 2nd Floor (upstairs)

CATV Media Lab & Offices at JAM (Junction Arts & Media), 5 S. Main Street, 1st Floor. (downstairs)

White River Junction, VT

“CATV represents diversity in ideas, community, and all the other good things we can feast on, what media CAN ACTUALLY do.”

– Duncan Nichols

CATV Media Education & Events Highlights

About CATV

CATV is a 501(c)3 non-profit media community serving Hartford, Hartland, and Norwich, VT and Hanover and Lebanon, NH.  CATV connects the Upper Valley community through cable broadcast, internet streaming and social media. CATV provides a platform for all members of the public to debate local issues, showcase artistic expression and celebrate school and community events. CATV delivers independent access to local political issues through the recording of local government meetings.

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