Media Sponsorship Request

Vermont PBS partners with non-profits to help publicize their events via media sponsorship agreements.  Vermont’s audience is engaged with their community and interested in events and topics that happen around the corner and around the world.  A media affiliation with our station can help organizations to reach the right people to attend their events.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out the below details about your event and organization.  Vermont PBS’ Media Sponsorship Committee meets monthly to review requests and determine those that will be the best fit for all those concerned.  In order to ensure the best value in each partnership, the organization approves a maximum of two partners per month.  In order to ensure both parties have the time necessary to properly promote our partnership, Vermont PBS recommends that all requests are made at least two months in advance.


Typically, Vermont PBS provides the following benefits as a media sponsor.  Of course, we are also open to discussion of a deeper partnership.

  • 40 spots run on Vermont PBS
  • Event listed on our website at
  • Event mentioned in our e-newsletter

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