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Public access for Jericho, Richmond,
Underhill and beyond

June 2016 

MMCTV JULY 4th OPEN HOUSE (before & after parade): Studio tours, cool treats & Mary Hill banner exhibit.


Live Shows

For a second year, we streamed MMU graduation live from UVM. Thank you, field producers Bryce Douglass and Fisher Wagg! We already received words of appreciation from families of graduates. Here's what the live version looked like: Watch for the edited, two-camera version soon at

Our next live event is the WSBA Richmond Candidates Forum (state representative candidates) on Thursday, June 16th at 7pm at the Richmond Public Library. Please attend in person or online.

We are also continuing the streaming of the first Underhill and second Richmond selectboard meetings each month.


Thanks, Kim

MMCTV would like to extend a big THANKS to field producer Kim Villemaire for her great work over some three years covering Jericho meetings and many other events, as she moves on to our "sister station" CCTV in Burlington. Upbeat and innovative, Kim was a great asset to our team. We are excited to have her on board for MMCTV TV Camp this July, and look forward to working together as a part of the Vermont Access Network.

Don't worry, Jericho: You're still in good hands. Kim has  trained Fisher and Erin Wagg to cover your meetings.


(Photo: CCTV Website)


Mary Hill


A Breath of Fresh Air

One of MMCTV's most creative producers and volunteers is artist Mary Hill. Eight of her boldly optimistic banners are  on display at MMCTV. We invite the public to come to the studio to see these works made of paint, fabric and color.

One of Vermont's most recognizable artists, Hill is constantly experimenting and has made a name for herself as an innovative community art leader. The force behind the Underhill roadside banners, Hill shared her banner-making techniques in an episode of her kids art series "How Do You Make That?" that was filmed at the Winooski Family Center preschool.  Look for Hill's work at the Round Church Arts Festival on June 18th.


Producer News

He's game! Chris Carfaro will head to the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum to film - in period costume - the next episode of his calligraphy lesson series Inkwell Vermont.
Meanwhile, Tony Basanta (The Cuban Bridge) brought talented band Va et Vient (left) in the studio for a live show. Heading to episode 60 soon, he was busy videotaping at the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival.

And watch for more Garden Tour videos by Underhill producer Jan de Vries this summer.


ZEN in Richmond

Richmond resident Betsy Hardy, whose home has been outfitted to have a carbon zero footprint, is featured in a program capturing the launch of the Zero Energy Now program. Click to watch.

VIPs at a press event on June 7th in Richmond included Congressman Peter Welch. MMCTV captured the whole thing...including the attic tour.







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