Mt. Mansfield Community Television

Mt. Mansfield Community Television Welcome to Mount Mansfield Community Television, your community access station on Comcast Cable Channel 15. We reach Richmond, Jericho, Underhill, & a small part of Essex, from our studio on West Main St. in Richmond, Vermont.
People who live, work or study in the towns of Jericho, Richmond or Underhill, Vermont can receive free training and access to cameras, gear and editing equipment. Interested in creating your own video - or even show about a topic that interests you? Get involved.

Follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/MtMansfieldCTV See our Vimeo channel at: http://vimeo.com/user10747012

Mission: To help the people of Jericho, Richmond and Underhill express their freedom of speech and talents for creativity in the video medium. Now on both Comcast Channel 15 and 17 locally.

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo
04/01/2020

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo

Mt. Mansfield Community Television
04/01/2020

Mt. Mansfield Community Television

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo
04/01/2020

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo
04/01/2020

Mt. Mansfield Community Television's cover photo

Introducing  "Book Nook" a series with librarians, authors, kids recommending their favorite reading...This first episod...
04/01/2020

Introducing "Book Nook" a series with librarians, authors, kids recommending their favorite reading...This first episode was recorded via Skype with Wendy de Forest of Richmond Free Library. https://archive.org/details/booknookrfl033120

Some Dos and Don'ts for these days.
03/25/2020

Some Dos and Don'ts for these days.

As you know, I issued a Stay Home/Stay Safe Order. Remember, you should leave your home only for essential reasons, and importantly, to get fresh air. But if you do, please follow CDC social distancing guidelines.

To read the full Order, click here: .https://governor.vermont.gov/content/addendum-6-executive-order-01-20

Commercial entities, non-profits, employers and others with questions about acceptable continuation of business operations should contact the Agency of Commerce and Community Development via the online form here: https://bit.ly/covid-vt-business-operations

Top Most Viewed MMCTV videos of 2020...so far, from our Internet Archive site. For more of our videos, https://Bitly.com...
03/20/2020

Top Most Viewed MMCTV videos of 2020...so far, from our Internet Archive site. For more of our videos, https://Bitly.com/MmctvVideos

Sensing it will be a while till another meeting like this. Thanks to Erin & Ruth for being out there with the live strea...
03/20/2020

Sensing it will be a while till another meeting like this. Thanks to Erin & Ruth for being out there with the live streaming tonight. Here's the short Jericho meeting: https://youtu.be/tRXHi9xyzI8

In order to keep our staff & community healthy, MMCTV is closed till further notice to the public for studio/gear/ editi...
03/16/2020
MMCTV15and17

In order to keep our staff & community healthy, MMCTV is closed till further notice to the public for studio/gear/ editing. We are focusing at this time on recording and streaming public meetings for you. Here's the link to watch tonight's Richmond meetings live from home: www.livestream.com/mmctv

Livestream.com Follow MMCTV15and17’s profile on Livestream for updates on live events.

Together with the Richmond Free Library, we held a fun 3-morning Feb. break workshop for students last week! Here's a li...
03/02/2020

Together with the Richmond Free Library, we held a fun 3-morning Feb. break workshop for students last week! Here's a link to a scene from the film the students created, based on Guy de Maupassant's classic short story "The Necklace." https://archive.org/details/necklacerflcampclip

02/26/2020
Secretary of State Jim Condos

"Public Access Television is Crucial for Transparency"
By Secretary of State Jim Condos (date: 2/25/20)

For decades, Vermont’s Community Media Centers have provided our residents direct access to each other, our government, and our community events. Now, more than ever, we need a strong network of public, educational and government (“PEG TV”) stations and their Community Media Centers to provide these important services that keep our civic engagement strong.
I have been a longtime advocate for government transparency. The public’s right to know is critical to a democracy where we can audit our local, state, and federal government agencies, and ultimately hold them accountable. My days on the South Burlington City Council taught me first-hand the important role PEG TV plays in keeping our residents informed and engaged.
Historically, PEG TV was funded mainly through fees paid by the cable industry, as part of the deal that we all made with cable providers to use our common infrastructure. In recent months, the Federal Communications Commission has changed some of their rules so that cable providers can choose to contribute less to community media centers. At the same time, “cord cutting” means that less overall funding will be available from this source over time.
Last year, the State of Vermont rightly recognized the importance of our Community Media Centers by creating a summer study committee to look at how we can ensure their vitality if their primary funding source is reduced. The study committee found that the answer to that question is complex because of federal preemption, lawsuits, and overlapping legal jurisdictions.
This year, the committee has put forward a bill to allow the State to hire experts who understand the complexity of the issues and make some recommendations about how to support and preserve our PEG TV stations for Vermonters.
I support this bill (S.318/H.744) and the accompanying funding for the expert study it allows. Our Community Media Centers provide access to our local and state government processes, allow us to learn from each other, and allow families across Vermont to enjoy access to a variety of community events that they might not be able to attend in person.
As a long-time proponent of the public’s right to know, I appreciate the transparency and accessibility that PEG TV provides. Not everyone can go to every meeting or fully understand the context of board discussions through their minutes.
Our Community Media Centers provide a valuable window into state and local government. I remember when PEG TV began back in the early 1990s, and a member of our City Council was opposed because our citizens might actually know what we were doing at our meetings. That is exactly the point!
In addition to making valuable information accessible for Vermonters, they provide 200 jobs across the state. We need to ensure that the 25 Community Media Centers in Vermont are well supported and strong for the long term. Their services are crucial so that we can all be more civically engaged.
I hope the Vermont legislature will support the PEG TV bill and provide this needed small investment, to ensure we can move forward with the study and maintain this valuable public service.
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Eric Covey
pronouns: he/him/his
Chief of Staff
Vermont Secretary of State's Office
Office: 802.828.2148
Cell: 802.825.8789
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Jim Condos is the Vermont Secretary of State. First elected in 2010, he is Vermont's 38th Secretary of State. Jim has worked hard to promote transparency within state government.

Some MMCTV Town Meeting Day info: Part I
02/23/2020

Some MMCTV Town Meeting Day info: Part I

01/22/2020

This video was inspired by Vermont Birds & Words' blog about the first-ever Jericho-Underhill Christmas Bird Count. (vtbirdsandwords.blogspot.com)

01/22/2020

Vtbirdsandwords.blogspot.com and its report inspired this video. Featuring Bernie Paquette's photos and Maeve Kim's words.

Do you have middle schoolers looking for a fun February break activity? Then join us for the 5th MMCTV/ Richmond Free Li...
01/09/2020

Do you have middle schoolers looking for a fun February break activity? Then join us for the 5th MMCTV/ Richmond Free Library February workshop.

The Young Storytellers Video Workshop will cover the three basic techniques of video storytelling--animation, documentary and fiction--and will provide hours of hands-on filming and editing experience. We will be producing three short videos that tell the same story three different ways. Students aged 10 - 14 are invited to register (434-3036/[email protected]) for this fun, free workshop from 9 am - noon on February 24, 25 and 26. Time will be split between the library and the MMCTV studio. Space is limited.

Curl up with some cookies, hot cocoa (or something stronger) and take 3-5 minutes to fill out the 2020 MMCTV Viewer Poll...
12/27/2019

Curl up with some cookies, hot cocoa (or something stronger) and take 3-5 minutes to fill out the 2020 MMCTV Viewer Poll. We'd love your feedback to help serve you better in the new year! http://bit.ly/MmctvViewers2020

12/25/2019
MMCTV is looking for an Underhill resident to film Selectboard meetings there. Let us know if you're interested!
12/12/2019

MMCTV is looking for an Underhill resident to film Selectboard meetings there. Let us know if you're interested!

12/11/2019
11/20/2019
JumpStart Video Contest

Local students are invited to take part in this financial literacy video contest...with cash prizes!

Congrats to our young filmmakers (Bill, River and Derek) as well as our stars Joann, Dan and Stuart, for making Memory M...
11/18/2019

Congrats to our young filmmakers (Bill, River and Derek) as well as our stars Joann, Dan and Stuart, for making Memory Map #8: Barber Farm Road happen. We snapped this photo at our screening at the very hospitable Jericho Town Library last Wednesday. This series of videos about the histories of our local roads began in 2012 with a Small & Inspiring grant from The Vermont Community Foundation. Here's the link to the film, in case you'd like to check it out: https://archive.org/details/MemoryMap8BarberFarm061102019

Two Towns Garden Tour producer/host presents her Audrey Bernstein Jazz at Juniper Bar & Restaurant tomorrow night. Check...
11/13/2019

Two Towns Garden Tour producer/host presents her Audrey Bernstein Jazz at Juniper Bar & Restaurant tomorrow night. Check out some great music after the snow...

Please join us on Wednesday, after the snowstorm, for a really local film, cider and cookies.
11/11/2019

Please join us on Wednesday, after the snowstorm, for a really local film, cider and cookies.

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COMING SOON Episode 82 ! The Perfect Gift for Christmas Eve on air Tuesday Dec 25 We are delighted to welcome two of Vermont's most revered blues musicians, John Lackard with longtime sideman Jan Schultz. MMCTV15.ORG VIMEO.COM/ MMCTV
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THE CUBAN BRIDGE ON TV Episode 81 MMCTV Channel 15 viewers, fans and followers we have hosted a new episode about JAZZ in Toronto, Canada with drummer Terri Lynne Carrington, pianist Robi Botos, bassit Marc Rogers and saxophonist Phil Dwyer. Hope you all like it ! Show name : One Take Vol II Canada. Find it on vimeo.com/mmctv
THE CUBAN BRIDGE ON TV Episode 81 MMCTV Channel 15 viewers, fans and followers we have hosted a new episode about JAZZ in Toronto, Canada with drummer Terri Lynne Carrington, pianist Robi Botos, bassit Marc Rogers and saxophonist Phil Dwyer. Hope you all like it ! Show name : One Take Vol II Canada. Find it on vimeo.com/mmctv
THE CUBAN BRIDGE ON TV Episode 81 MMCTV Channel 15 viewers, fans and followers we have hosted a new episode about JAZZ in Toronto, Canada with drummer Terri Lynne Carrington, pianist Robi Botos, bassit Marc Rogers and saxophonist Phil Dwyer. Hope you all like it ! Show name : One Take Vol II Canada. Find it on vimeo.com/mmctv
YESTERDAY THURSDAY MAY 31st in THE CUBAN BRIDGE @ MMCTV CHANNEL 15 in RICHMOND, VERMONT we hosted a new live episode with THE STEPHEN WENTWORTH BAND feat 5 of Stephen's original compositions played by Tommy Vinelli (electric bass and bgvocals), Scott Michaels (d) and Stephen on lead guitar and vocals. Long may you sail guys. Thank you for coming from South Royalton to Richmond to promote your 2 CDs. We had a great rockin' time ! mmctv15.org
YESTERDAY THURSDAY MAY 31st in THE CUBAN BRIDGE @ MMCTV CHANNEL 15 in RICHMOND, VERMONT we hosted a new live episode with THE STEPHEN WENTWORTH BAND feat 5 of Stephen's original compositions played by Tommy Vinelli (electric bass and bgvocals), Scott Michaels (d) and Stephen on lead guitar and vocals. Long may you sail guys. Thank you for coming from South Royalton to Richmond to promote your 2 CDs. We had a great rockin' time ! mmctv15.org
1, 335 PEOPLE HAVE REACHED FOR OUR NEXT LIVE with Stephen Wentworth and Tommy Vinelli ! Wow !!!!!
THE CUBAN BRIDGE on television will present in our next live two musicians from Central Vermont : Stephen Wentworth and Tom Vinelli - Thursday May 31st at 6:30 p.m. Expect great sounds fron The Wentworth Vinelli Acoustic Duo. Soon the whole BAND !
THE CUBAN BRIDGE on television will present in our next live two musicians from Central Vermont : Stephen Wentworth and Tom Vinelli - Thursday May 31st at 6:30 p.m. Expect great sounds fron The Wentworth Vinelli Acoustic Duo
THE CUBAN BRIDGE ON TELEVISION with Maestro MILES DONAHUE WED JAN 10, 2018 - a TV release party celebrating Mike Sterns' birthday # 65 and THE BUG - Mr. Donahue's most recent release with 7 heavier hitters : Tamir Shmerling (b), Larry Finn & Ralph Peterson (d), Tim Ray (p), Mike Stern (g), Jerry Bergonzi (ts), and DONAHUE (tp, fl-h, as, composer)
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