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SAPA-TV Hours of Operation

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday Closed (By appointment only)
Phone: (802) 885-6248.

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303 South Street
Springfield, VT 05156
Fax: 802-885-6258

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SAPA-TV is located inside Springfield High School.
During school hours, all visitors need to sign in at the main entrances to either the High School or the Howard Dean Center. Please have someone call us if you do not know how to find our office from there.


Stop the FCC

save sapa tv

With the proposed rule change from the FCC looming (for more information, please visit:, public access stations in Vermont are worried about what that may mean for their futures.

SAPA TV has always been proud to be a part of the vibrant communities of Weathersfield, Springfield, and Chester.  If you, as a member of the community, feel strongly about community media and would like to support SAPA-TV, please consider taking one of these steps.

  1. Contact your lawmakers personally or through a petition at the following link Let them know your thoughts about the importance of public access television and why you oppose the FCC proposed rule change.

  2. Making a donation.  If you donate 30 dollars or more to SAPA-TV, we will send you your very own SAPA TV mug, while supplies last.  We truly appreciate our wonderful community members and everything they have offered SAPA-TV throughout the last 20 years. We appreciate your support.