Come out and enjoy an evening of local barbecue (vegetarian options available) to benefit the Media Factory! If thirty people dine at the Bluebird on Wednesday, December 12th from 4:30pm to 9:30pm (and mention Community Night) – the restaurant will donate 10% of the evening’s receipts to the Media Factory. This is a great opportunity to raise the visibility of the Media Factory and WBTV-LP will directly benefit from funds raised.
Support the Media Factory by making a reservation at Bluebird Barbecue!
Book Your Table:
What: Media Factory Community Night
When: Wednesday December 12, 2018
Where: Bluebird Barbecue
317 Riverside Avenue
99.3FM, WBTV-LP’s Arts Riot Super Supper Presentation – September 2015
In 2016, we will build WBTV-LP, a community run and supported Burlington radio station. We will teach radio-makers how to make engaging broadcasts that foster the exchange of ideas and culture between listeners and programmers. Radio is an accessible media format, that when focused locally, can transform the local dialogue.
Scott Campitelli & Tiff Lee are two of the dozen local Vermonters building the station together over the next 9-months.
Learn more and joint them at 993wbtv.org
Great Scott! 99.3FM, WBTV-LP, the new low-power community radio station we are building with the community andRETN next year, is a finalist for the Arts Riot Super Supper on Thursday, September 10 [aka SEABA Art Hop Eve].
What is a Super Supper?
Think of it as an in person, live crowd funding event meets a TED Talk. The audience pays $10 at the door, gets free dinner, schmoozes with the presenters, and then listens to the series of 5 minute presentations where each group shares their social impact project. After eating, people vote, and the winner receives the funds from the night. Pretty rad, right?
Why is WBTV-LP a finalist?
Well, we think our vision of a new low-power community radio station – one that teaches the art of radio, puts creative projects, live broadcasts local events, and otherwise enriches the local airwaves – is exciting! Apparently the Arts Riot folks did too. We were picked from a bunch of community movers and shakers who applied. We get just 5 minutes to make our case for why this station is an important new piece of the local community media landscape. Please come hear our pitch (and all the rest of the finalists) and vote on who you like best at the end of the night.
Awesome, give me the details!
Get your tickets here.
More info on the supper.
Invite your friends and family to come learn about all the cool projects happening in and around Burlington!
Thanks to Arts Riot for destroying apathy and funding community social endeavors.