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Public access for Jericho, Richmond, Underhill and beyond

January 2015
 
 
 

   

         The Value of Your Public Access

MMCTV does a lot with a little. With a budget of under $140,000 a year, our highly-skilled staff, field producers and volunteers provide 24/7 coverage of local meetings and events of our three towns.

We also produce half a dozen regular series, offer  gear and editing facilities to local producers, make  public service announcements for non-profits and offer lots of one-on-one training and editing help.

If you see the value of these services to your community, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to MMCTV or underwriting the station or your favorite show
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Exhibit Opening January 29th

Join us for the opening of an exhibit of BRMS student Emersyn Riley Morse's work at MMCTV on Thursday, January 29th, from 4 to 6.30pm.

A grinning donkey, intricate geometric patterns and 3D floral inspirations are among her colorful work on display. 

Visitors can also check out the exhibit during MMCTV office hours or by appointment.

 

Annual Meeting

 The public is invited to attend MMCTV's Annual Meeting on Monday, January 19th at 6.30 pm at MMCTV (35 West Main Street, Richmond). The staff, board and public will be discussing the station's plans for 2015.

A big thank you goes out to long-time MMCTV board member Bob Dasaro of Jericho, who has stepped down from the board. Filling his big shoes will be new board member Tim Chamberlin of Underhill.



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ACM President Visit


Mike Wassenaar (C), President of the Alliance for Community Media, stopped by MMCTV earlier this month. The ACM is an advocate for some 3,000 public access centers nation-wide.

We were pleased to give Mike an overview of MMCTV, while helping him make this video, which we've shared with other Vermont PEG (public, educational, government) stations.


 

Top 5 Videos of 2014

It may be hard to know which programs are popular with our 2,900+ Comcast households, but Vimeo streaming offers lots of stats.  Our Vimeo site had over 13,000 plays in 2014. The following programs had the most plays:
 
1. Richmond Selectboard Meeting 7-7-14 (1,300 plays)
2. The Cuban Bridge: Havana Jazz Vibe (425 plays)
3. Richmond Water & Sewer Meeting 7-7-14 (299 plays)
4. Cuban Bridge: Giraldo Piloto & Klimax (271 plays)
 5. The Cuban Bridge: Arturo Fuerte Just For You (261 plays)


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Mount Mansfield Community Television
35 West Main Street
PO Box 688 - Richmond, VT 05477
(802) 434-2550
www.mmctv15.org, mmc-tv@comcast.net
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