When video content is so good you want others to see it; be a Guarantor. #GoodEnough2Share
A Guarantor is someone who
- feels ‘certain’ content is good enough to share as community TV.
- is willing to be publicly affiliated with such content and WPAA-TV.
- Shares responsibility for engaging local interest in content televised.
- helps promote the Watch TV schedule of the content.
- is a resident or affiliated WPAA-TV User/Organization.
See the list of programs brought to Wallingford by your neighbors because it is #GoodEnough2Share. Some content is shared seasonally including seasons of holidays and politics, others may be daily or weekly.
Aldrich Authors and VT Bookstock ~ Wallingford Public Library
Atlas Of Truth About the Hizmet Movement ~ Riyad Lahnin
Bernie Sanders Town Halls ~ Sal DelGreco (Election related discontinued 8/1/2016) Now distributed as Government TV)
Book Lust with Nancy Pearl and other Author programs ~ Wallingford Public Library
Catholic Mass (Produced by Archdiocese of Burlington VT) ~ Georgian Lussier
Catholic Topics ~ Susan Spinato
Choice At Risk Documentaries ~ Mary Ellen Crawford
Democracy Now ~ Michael Spiteri now 3 times daily
Creature Features ~ David Burghardt
Deutsche Welle (DW) Global News in Spanish (Global, Europe, Arts, Technology, and Health) ~ Spanish Community of Wallingford (SCOW) (2017 underwriting ION Bank)
Deutsche Welle (DW) Global News in English ~ SCOW
Deutsche Welle (DW) Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian ~ James Krupp
Deutsche Welle (DW) In Good Shape ~ SCOW
Do The Math – Climate Change (and Green Energy programs) ~ Ben Martin
Discovering Amateur Radio ~ Steve Allen
Elusitarian ~ Curt Huizenga (ended per significant viewer negative commentary March 2017)
Emmy Award winning Folklorist ~ Craig Fishbein
Foundation For Drug Free Youth ~ Coalition For A Better Wallingford
Green Eco Warriors KidsTV ~ Ben Martin
Hillary Clinton Candidate for President ~ Mary Ellen Crawford (discontinued)
Holocaust Programs ~ Beth Israel Synagogue and Alida Cella
The Locket: The story of one Jewish family living in Germany in the 1930s, and how some of the family escaped, while others stayed behind and were killed by the Nazis. Presented at the St. Louis International Film Festival, 2004. (Hidden Treasures, Scattered Seeds: Interviews with Holocaust survivors about how they hid cherished family items from the Nazis and recovered them after World War II.)
In The Fight ~ VFW #591 (Program discontinued by Army 06/2016)
Last Tracks a documentary about skiing and climate change from WOA Windsor VT ~ Mike Brodinsky
NOFA VT Greenhouse and Hoophouse Veggies ~ John Turenne
Preaching Hour with Tobin Hitt (Zion Pentecost Mission) ~ Robert Berlepsch
Presiding Bishop-elect Michael Curry ~ St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Seeds Of Death About GMOs ~ John Turenne
Syrian Art of War the artistic voice of Mohammad Hafez ~ Tommy O, James Krupp
Road to Recovery ~ Jerry Sands
Small Factory Flicks Kids TV ~ Mansfield Family (No longer in production)
Something You Believe In ~ Your Name Goes Here
Country (Sudzin) and Folk (Cosmo Bobo) Music ~ Gary Termini
Talking About Movies ~ Joey Allard
TheAfricanDream ~ Virginia Viglione
The Kamla Show ~ Meha Maniar
This Is America and The World ~ James Krupp
Epidemic ~ Coalition For a Better Wallingford
This Is Your Bible ~ Faith Marra
University of California Television (UCTV) ~ Rich Mavrogeanes
Will Work For Free ~ Larry Morgenstein
- All media not produced with Wallingford Community Access TV resources must be either Educational or Government produced content or be represented locally by a Guarantor.
#GoodEnough2Share – Tell Your Neighbors About It – Be a Media Guarantor supports the acquisition and distribution of content such as documentaries, movies or shows made elsewhere including content produced at other Community Access stations. Since WPAA-TV staff is familiar with content available on media exchanges and with the interests of active supporters; we actively suggest well-produced media available at no cost to prospective Guarantors. We ensure that referred content has been vetted to meet local policy; especially non-commercial and copyright free.