The people who guide WPAA-TV into the future: The Board


What is asked of Board Members? The WPAA-TV Board Member service commitment is 3 years. Attendance at six governance meetings & serve on one committee. The minimum financial contribution is made during the annual #theGreatGive. Primary Role: Governance (setting strategic direction with operational oversight) and outreach. Outreach includes sharing or commenting on Freeman or wpaa-tv … Continue reading The people who guide WPAA-TV into the future: The Board

Q & A | Question Four – Net Neutral Funding 2019 Levels in 2024


Study with intent to change the delivery of community media in CT Provide and discuss recommendations regarding how to effectuate the consolidations of community access operations to ensure that any recommended increase to the remaining community access organizations’ operational and capital budgets is at minimum net neutral to the average funding collected from the applicable … Continue reading Q & A | Question Four – Net Neutral Funding 2019 Levels in 2024

Q & A | Question Three – Statewide Consolidation


Study with intent to change the delivery of community media in CT Provide and discuss recommendations regarding the state-wide consolidation of community access operations, including any benefits or detriments, or both, associated with such recommendations; Special Act 22-23 mandates a study be conducted by PURA | NONPROFIT COMMUNITY ACCESS TELEVISION IN CT |3rd Question to … Continue reading Q & A | Question Three – Statewide Consolidation

Q & A | Question Two – Operational Modifications


Study with intent to change the delivery of community media in CT Discuss whether any modifications to the operations and funding of companies and organizations responsible for community access programming are needed and, if so, provide detailed descriptions of the suggested modifications. Special Act 22-23 mandates a study be conducted by PURA | NONPROFIT COMMUNITY … Continue reading Q & A | Question Two – Operational Modifications

Q & A | Question One – Compare nonprofit & profit


Study with intent to change the delivery of community media in CT Describe and discuss the current funding structures for both community access organizations’ operational and capital needs, including the similarities and differences in the operations and funding structures of non-profit and for-profit community access provide? Special Act 22-23 mandates a study be conducted by … Continue reading Q & A | Question One – Compare nonprofit & profit

What are we trying to solve? CT Community Media


What are we solving? A financial band-aide on an ineffective, broken system on behalf of the communities we serve is not a solution that serves all stakeholders… more dollars for CAPS does not directly address disparities in capacity, service, representation, competencies, complexity, accountability, or outdated language.

SPECIAL ACT 22-23 | The Wrong Study


The Transformation of SB278 into SA 22-23 | A Study Special Act 22-23 authorizes a community media study. The study proposal first appeared as a full replacement a.k.a. strike all amendment1 of Senate Bill 2782 on the last day3 of a robust 2022 Connecticut Legislative Session. The amendment substitutes immediate action, modifying regulations, with a study. … Continue reading SPECIAL ACT 22-23 | The Wrong Study

Wallingford Cable Access Provider


In response to 2021 staff changes at WGTV, take action in keeping with our Wallingford Cable Access Provider role in providing Public, Education and Government Access Television in Wallingford. Communication Goals with Town of Wallingford To be open to constructive conversations on how to maintain video service excellence with benefits to viewers and taxpayers. To … Continue reading Wallingford Cable Access Provider