It's time for the membership drive. Consider supporting local community TV by becoming a member of LPCTV (or renewing your membership from last year).
We rely on the support of our members. By being a member of LPCTV, you are helping our efforts in televising thousands of hours of local programming each year.
Please consider signing up (or renewing) now by going to our membership page.
Luke Chrisinger has joined LPCTV's staff as the new part-time Field Producer & Production Associate. This position is responsible for shooting, editing, and producing a wide range of video, including community events, government meetings, and short-form programming, promotional, and underwriting content. Luke comes to LPCTV after working for our colleagues at CATV in White River Junction for the last 10 years. With more than a decade of video and TV production experience, Luke carries with him a strong set of skills, from which we are happy to benefit
Fred Marin, who has been a long-serving LPCTV Board member, has stepped down from the Board to accept a new position at the station. We have hired Fred as our new Programming Coordinator. Fred will be in charge of the daily programming of our TV channels, as well as coordinating programming tracffic and master control activities. If you're in the area, stop by and say "hi" to Fred.
Jamie Ward of Mount Holly has been appointed to a seat on the Board of Directors. Jamie, who recently began prodcuing the new series "Craft in the Southern Half", has a background in theater, TV, and film production, as well as working as a musician and voice-over artist. We are happy to have his enthusiasm and talent among our group.
LPCTV was recently awarded a 2015 Cultural Facilities grant from the Vermont Arts Council. The 2015 grant, totaling $13,750, was the second in recent years awarded to LPCTV through the Cultural Facilities program. LPCTV was awarded $20,000 in 2011 through a Cultural Facilities grant for the initial construction of the TV & performance studio in the new facility in the Ludlow Community Center complex. The new grant is for lighting and acoustic improvements in that new studio, and helps provide the needed match for another grant - from Okemo Community Challenge - that was received last year. The improvements, which include upgrade studio lighting, as well as flooring and wall "coves" for the studio, will be made in the near future. The new and improved studio will significantly increase the quality of both lighting and sound for live and recorded telecasts taking place in the studio. LPCTV is grateful to the VT Arts Council and the State legislators who make this funding possible through allocating those funds in the annual State budget.
The 2014 Ludlow Farmers' Market is in full swing. A group of vendors came into the LPCTV studio recently to put together this video to promote the market.
Attention local business owners:
Do you want a low cost alternative to advertising, while supporting your local community TV? If so, you should consider becoming an LPCTV underwriter.
Your tax deductible contribution will help us offset some of the costs of putting local community programming on the air (and this website). In return, you will receive video "thank yous" as well as your business logo and link to your website here on this site (see our 2014 underwriters in the box to the right). Our 2014 underwriting campaign is now underway, and we invite your business to take advantage. To learn more, visit the Underwriting page, or give us a call.