SAPA TV (Springfield Area Public Access) is the community media center and training facility for the towns of Springfield, Weathersfield and Chester, Vermont. We also serve the neighboring community of Charlestown, New Hampshire.
Since being formed in 1998 by outgoing community members, SAPA TV has been providing its communities with access to video equipment, facilities and training. SAPA TV also covers the area’s local school and town government meetings in an effort to keep the community informed.
SAPA TV is truly “Television Made by You!” Local volunteers are the heartbeat of SAPA TV. Local producers create hundreds of hours of content for SAPA TV each year. We are thankful that they share their time and talents with the community, and we are proud to showcase their creations.
If you’re interested in making your own material with SAPA, click “Get Involved.” If you would like to learn more about SAPA TV, please feel free to contact us.
Johnny joined SAPA in 2020 after graduating from Fitchburg State University with a degree in film production. He is excited to both teach and to learn from the people in the Springfield area community. In his spare time he loves to cook, hike, and create music with tape machines.
Asah joined SAPA in 2016. She graduated with a BFA from Rochester Institute Technology’s School of Film and Animation. Previous to working at SAPA TV she has worked with several local filmmakers and on-set for commercial television networks. When not at SAPA, she is probably baking, rock climbing or doing yoga.
Kevin joined SAPA in May of 2015, after previously working at NEK-TV, the public access station in Newport, Vermont. Kevin schedules SAPA’s two channels and its bulletin board system.
The SAPA TV board of directors meets on the second Thursday of every month. The location is determined and warned beforehand. The current board of directors and minutes can be viewed here.