LPCTV public access expands its reach

LUDLOW — LPCTV, the community access television station and media center for the Okemo Valley, is pleased to announce that its two TV channels can now be found on VTel’s VTelevision.

The programming can be seen across the VTelevision network throughout the VTel service area in southern Vermont. This includes subscribers in the towns which LPCTV is designated to serve: Mount Holly, Plymouth, Andover and Reading.

Programming includes coverage of community events, “gavel-to-gavel” coverage of local government meetings, performances from local artists and programming produced for and by the local schools.

Sharon Combes-Farr, president of the LPCTV board of directors said, “LPCTV has proudly served the Okemo Valley region for more than 15 years. We are pleased that more Vermonters will now have the option of viewing our programming in the comfort of their own homes.”

LPCTV’s public access channel can be found on channel 160, and its education and government channel is on 161. Both channels are in standard definition. In the near future, there will be the addition of high-definition channels.

Visit www.lpctv.org for information.

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