Catamount Access Television (CAT-TV) staff attended the annual Alliance for Community Media Northeast (ACM-NE) conference in Falmouth, Massachusetts to accept seven awards.
Mike Cutler and Ryan Scutt both submitted programs in a variety of categories to be considered. First place went to ‘Bennington Made // Porta Brace’ & ‘Dean Andrews’, Second place was ‘CAT-TV Digital Short // The Battle of Bennington’ & ‘Mosaic Movie: Stress Relief’, and third place winners were: ‘CAT-TV Digital Short // Leaf Peepers’, ‘Bennington Made // Vermont Wooden Blocks’ & ‘Trout in the Classroom: Pownal Elementary School’!
The ACM-NE represents Public, Education, and Government (PEG) access organizations throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont, and is part of the national Alliance for Community Media, representing over 2,000 PEG organizations throughout the United States.
Lisa Byer, CAT-TV Executive Director said, “We are all so proud of the efforts of our production staff who partner with community members and students to bring local content to our channels. Having that work recognized by our colleagues in the Northeast is icing on the cake and speaks to the quality and dedication of the staff here at CAT-TV. Let me offer my congratulations to all!”
All of our award-winning programs can be viewed on our Youtube page: www.youtube.com/cattvbennington. To learn more about CAT-TV and getting involved, call us at 802-442-8868 or visit www.catamountaccess.com