Two of our radio building leaders, Tiff Lee and Scott Campitelli, will present a 5 minute pitch to the audience, who will vote at the end of the night on which finalist’s project they want to fund. We want to add YOUR voice to the presentation in a short, creative radio piece!
All you have to do is record yourself answering one (or more) of the following radio questions. Be as brief as possible!
Then email it as a MP3 it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 4th at noon.
Here is a list of some upcoming WBTV events. Feel free to stop by, say hello, and join our team!
WBTV Outreach Meetings- Monday, July 20th, Monday August 3rd, and Monday August 17th.
Stop by one of our upcoming outreach meetings every 1st and 3rd Monday, every month! These meetings are open to the public meaning all newcomers are welcomed! Meetings are held at VCAM at 5:30 pm.
WBTV Tabling at Burlington Farmers Market- Saturday, July 25th
WBTV members will be tabling this Saturday at the Burlington Farmers Market. Stop by, say hello, and see why WBTV might be the right team for you.
WBTV Tabling at the Old North End Ramble- Saturday, July 25th
WBTV members will be tabling at this years Ramble! Stop by our table, say hello, and join our team this Saturday!
WBTV is apart of the 3rd Annual 24-Hour Radio Race- Saturday August 8th and Sunday, August 9th
WBTV will be participating in the 3rd annual 24-Hour Radio Race held by KCRW. We are excited to be apart of the competition and hope to bring home the hardware!
WBTV is apart of National Radio Day- Thursday, August 20th
More info on National Radio Day coming soon.
On Wednesday, July 15, sixteen radio leaders from Burlington, each part of the working groups of WBTV-LP over the last many months, gathered for our first WBTV-LP all station meeting. We discussed which direction to take WBTV-LP for the station building phase.
Do we become totally autonomous as a station? Do we work on a hybrid model, partnering between the community and VCAM and RETN? Do we make the station a program of VCAM and RETN?
There are pros and cons to each direction. Over the course of three hours, this group of locals vetted each option and narrowed down to either hybrid or program model. We will work over the next month to further vet these two options and then gather again to pick one.
These are pivotal decisions that will frame how we move forward with fundraising, programming, and station governance. Is this the level of station involvement you want to get involved in? Now is the time! Email llu[at]vermontcam.org to get up to speed and join the station building process.
We want to hear from you as we build this radio station. What makes local radio so special? What can it add to a community’s dialog? And how do YOU want to get involved?
May 27 at 5:30pm, join us at the VCAM studios on Flynn Ave in Burlington and make your voice heard. Make plans to get involved!