Learn More About Your Community Media Station at BCTV’s Annual Meeting

The public is invited to join the staff and Board of Directors for BCTV’s Annual Meeting on September 21 at 6 PM. The meeting will be held in Suite 306 on the third floor of the Brattleboro Municipal Center at 230 Main Street, and will be streamed live on BCTV’s Facebook page. E.D. Cor Trowbridge will share the State of the Station Report, and the results of board elections will be announced. Members and the public are welcome to share comments and suggestions in person or via Facebook comment. Refreshments will be served.

BCTV makes final switch to Comcast Channels 1075 & 1085 on May 18

After decades of broadcasting on Comcast Channels 8 & 10, Brattleboro Community TV has moved to a new location higher up on the cable lineup. The new numbers are: 1075, BCTV’s public access channel, and 1085, BCTV’s government and education channel. Both sets of channels have been simulcasting since mid-February, but 8 and 10 will be reassigned on May 18 and will no longer carry BCTV.

Southern Vermont Cable customers will continue to find BCTV on channels 8 and 10.

BCTV Started This Petition Today To Save The Nation’s Public Access Television Stations

Brattleboro, VT—Brattleboro Community Television (BCTV) started this petition (below) today (Feb 22, 2019) via Change.org to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.

Across the county, public access television stations – one of the last forms of free, local and accessible media available to Americans – face the threat of being defunded by the end of this year, as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission quickly moves to adopt a rule change that would permanently strip them of funding under pressure from big cable corporations.