Judge Gavin Murtha's Ruling
The Vermont Yankee nuclear plant can remain open beyond its originally scheduled shutdown date this year, despite the state's efforts to close the reactor. Read Judge Gavin Murtha's ruling here.
VPT is offering a sneak peek of the hugely popular Masterpiece series, Downton Abbey. The one hour preview of season two will be held at the Goodrich Memorial Library in Newport on Saturday, January 7th at 2 pm. The screenings is free to the public. Hope to see you there!
VPT is offering a sneak peek of the hugely popular Masterpiece series, Downton Abbey. The one hour preview of season two will be held at the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester on Friday, January 6th at 7 pm. The screening is free to the public. Hope to see you there!
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Vermont Public Television is proud of President & CEO John King's induction into the Vermont Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. King was inducted November 19, 2011, and joins an distinguished group of individuals who have demonstrated excellence throughout their careers, have enhanced the broadcasting industry and have contributed to the betterment of their communities. King joined VPT in 1987 and became President and CEO in 1998.
Vermont Public Television president John King invites you to celebrate the launch of digital channels 46 Pownal and 30 Manchester. The new channels will bring VPT HD, VPT Create and VPT World to Bennington Co. viewers who receive TV over the air.
Light refreshments will be served, and you can enjoy a sampler of VPT stories from Bennington County.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to email@example.com or 1-800-639-3351.
Rachel Phillips, who has a rare disorder called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, tells her story in VPT's current season of Emerging Science in an episode on regenerative medicine. The fundraising walk is to help her raise the funds for surgery. To find out more.
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