Call for Nominations!

Do you know someone who might be a good fit for helping non profit, independent, & local media grow and thrive? Perhaps a family member, friend, neighbor, or colleague?

LPCTV is seeking nominations for its 2016 Board of Directors elections. Anyone who is 18 or over and lives in Ludlow, Plymouth, Cavendish, or Mount Holly is eligible to serve on the Board. LPCTV is the community television station and media center for the Black River Valley & Okemo region, operating cable TV channels 8 & 10 (ch 20 & 21 in Mount Holly).

Elections will be held at LPCTV’s Annual Membership and Organizational Meeting on Thursday, June 16 at 7PM. Directors hold volunteer positions on the Board, whose primary responsibility is to govern the organization and help it grow, establishing it as a vital community resource. The Board of Directors also manages finances and oversees the work of the Executive Director.

Any interested candidates or anyone wishing to nominate someone they know should contact Executive Director Patrick Cody, by email at or by mailing to LPCTV (37C Main St., Ludlow, VT 05149). Nominations must be received by Wednesday, June 1st.  For more information, visit LPCTV online at or call 228-8808.

New & Improved Video-on-Demand

As we continue to work on our major website upgrade, we are temporarily storing our improved video-on-demand on this page: (or simply click on the graphic above). 

All new videos uploaded after October 7, 2015 can be found on that site (use the "Search" fucntion). All video before October 7, 2015 is still found on the Videos page of this site.

Annual Meeting- Thursday, June 16 at 7PM

We will hold our Annual Membership & Organizational Meeting on Thursday, June 16th at 7PM. 

All are welcome to attend. Come learn about what's happening at YOUR community TV station. RSVP by emailing Patrick or calling the office at 228-8808. 

The meeting starts at 7PM It will include the election for Board of Directors, a vote on the new annual budget, and a vote on proposed By-Law changes. To read a copy of the draft of the proposed By-Law changes,click here.




 I.    Call to Order

II.   Collect Ballots for Annual Election

III. Introductions

 IV. Public Comments & Communications

 V. “State of the Station” Report: Director & Committee Reports

 VI.  By Laws: Vote on Amendment 

VII.  Annual Election for Board of Directors

VIII.  Financial Report: Present & Vote on FY17 Budget

IX.  Other Business

X.  Set Next Meeting Date

XI.  Adjourn


Come Make TV!

Check out our new LPCTV promo video:

LPCTV Looks to Future with 2015 Strategic Planning

The LPCTV Board of Directors engaged in a very productive strategic planning session this week at the Combes Family In. We are looking towards the future and there are many big questions to address. The bottom line is what can we do to serve YOU, the community members? We want to hear from people.



Thanks to Bruce Farr Creative for facilitating and to the Combes Family Inn for providing the space.

An Important Note About Playing Videos on This Site

There is an issue with Apple Quick Time, the format we chose when we started putting video on the website many years ago. Times have changed & technology has evolved, which has created some problems. We are changing our whole format to a universal player this summer. That's the good news. But for the time being, in order to play video, you need to do the following:

1. Use Firefox or another 32-bit web browser. The reason for this is Quick Time is a 32-bit player, but some new versions of other browsers (such as Google's Chrome) are 64-bit.

2. Have Apple's Quick Time Player installed on your computer. (You can download it for free here)

3. Email us with any issues (or call)

4. For more "light reading" on the subject, check this thread out. This is a known problem and common error with Quick Time video.

Jamie Ward Appointed to Board Seat

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.

Thanks Michelle.

After 8 years of employment at LPCTV, Michelle Stinson has left her position here to return to her childhood development. She will still be involved with LPCTV in different capacities but she'll no longer be our main Operations staff. We wish her well with her new endeavor. 

Thanks, Michelle.


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