Watch Brattleboro's home town July 4th Parade live, starting at 10 AM!
On Facebook (for the first time ever):
Channel 8 on Comcast and Southern VT Cable
Brattleboro Union High School 2018 Graduation
Friday, June 15
Leland and Gray Union High School 2018 Graduation
Saturday, June 16
The big news at the station is that Roland Boyden is moving away from the area after 12 1/2 years as our Production Manager. Yes folks, the day has come - everyone's favorite video guru and tech helper is moving to Philadelphia so that his partner can attend nursing school. We are happy for Roland and Paige to start this new and exciting chapter in their lives, but it's hard to imagine this place without Roland running around and making everything work here at BCTV since way back in 2006. Please join me in congratulating Roland for making this big decision and thanking him for all that he's done to make BCTV one of the most productive small community TV stations in the country. We have scheduled a farewell party on May 30th so that everyone can say goodbye and thanks in person.
Click here for the Job Posting - We are looking for the right person to succeed Roland as Production Manager, knowing that the job will be done differently by whoever occupies the position. The deadline to apply is April 13, and we hope to hire for a May 1 start date to have a month's overlap with Roland before he goes.
Watch your 2018 meeting (and previous meetings) at these handy links. Check the TV schedule for cable broadcast times here: https://www.brattleborotv.org/schedules
BCTV teamed up with The Commons to present a Selectboard candidates forum on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the BCTV studios on the third floor of the Municipal Center, 230 Main St. in Room 303. The forum was live on cable channel 10 and streaming live on Facebook and on BCTV's HD channel stream.
Randolph T. Holhut, news editor of The Commons, moderated. Olga Peters, host of “Green Mountain Mornings” on WKVT Radio, asked questions, along with community activist Anne Braden.
Brandi Starr, the lone candidate for the three-year seat on the Selectboard, appeared live, along with two of the candidates for the two one-year seats, incumbent Tim Wessel and newcomer Shanta Lee Gander.
A third candidate for the one-year seat, William Forchion, was unable to appear, but offered a pre-recorded candidates statement, as well as answers to some of the questions from the panel.
Audience questions for the candidates were submitted in person during the forum at BCTV’s studio or as comments on Facebook Live, streamed on Brattleboro Community TV and The Commons Facebook page
BCTV was a part of USA Nordic's live production of this world-class ski jumping competition hosted in Brattleboro on President's Day Weekend.
Catch all of the action (including interviews with skiers and the crowd) at these links:
Watch BCTV's multi-camera coverage of this special fall event hosted by the Brattleboro Music Center in their new performance space.
Check out BCTV's 2018 outreach video - you may see yourself in one of the thousands of ways that people are "on" BCTV.
This Tuesday November November 7th voters in Brattleboro, Dummerston, Putney and Guilford will vote on whether or not to approve a merging of school board's in the WSESU to comply with Act 46. And with such a complicated issue there's lots of content on BCTV to watch to learn more.
Need the condensed version? Check out these FAQs from the committee by clicking here.
How about more debate? Click here to watch the latest Citzens' Breakfast all about Act 46.
And there's lots more. Act 46 videos are all tagged as such, so you can simply type 'Act 46' into the search bar and have at it!
Winner: Artist a la Mode: Wyld Nightz Band, November 2016. Produced by Kathryn Turnas. This local favorite band is one of many hosted by Kim Timledge on 'Artist a la Mode' in BCTV's studio.