Press Releases

  • MRVTV LEADS IN PUBLIC ACCESS TV IN VERMONT

    10/10/18 – For Immediate Release: Quietly and with little fanfare, Mad River Valley Television in Waitsfield has emerged as one of the state’s most visible and digitally present public access television channels Read more.

  • Mad River Valley TV Now Offering Sponsorships on TV

    5/9/18 – For Immediate Release: Mad River Valley TV is now offering local businesses and organizations the opportunity to sponsor programming on its TV channels broadcast on Waitsfield Cable. Read more.

  • MRVTV Launches HD Channels on Waitsfield Cable - Takes Leadership Role in Public Access TV

    3/22/18 – For Immediate Release: Mad River Valley TV and Waitsfield Cable have launched two high-definition (HD) channels for the local public access TV station. Read more.

  • Mad River Valley TV Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

    1/15/18 – For Immediate Release: There is a palpable excitement at Mad River Valley Television these days. The station has made some meaningful changes in the last year, including hiring a new Executive Director and welcoming new Board members, but the changes go beyond new faces. Read more.

  • Mad River Valley TV Launches New Digital Services

    1/9/18 – For Immediate Release: Mad River Valley TV has launched two new digital services to aid fundraising efforts. Last year MRVTV began to test a technology allowing it to broadcast events live to its Facebook page and YouTube channel. Read more.

  • Mad River Valley TV Eyes Upgrade to HD - Receives Grant From Rotary Club

    12/18/18 – For Immediate Release: Mad River Valley TV has received a $1,000 grant from the Mad River Valley Rotary Club. The grant money will be used by the local public access station to help purchase equipment needed to broadcast in HD (high definition). Read more.

  • Live Music Benefit at the Smokehouse November 17th

    10/28/17 – For Immediate Release: Have you been watching any local meetings on mrvtv.com when you couldn’t make it in person? Or maybe you heard there was an important discussion and you wish you had been there? And how often have you been glad you could share a school performance or community event with friends and relatives who do not reside in the Mad River Valley? Read more.