SAPA-TV is not a production station. It is our mission to provide the residents of our member communities with the means to produce programs that they have an interest in. We provide:

  • Equipment
  • Training
  • Assistance with post-production editing
  • Television studio production (studio must be reserved in advance)

This is available, free of charge, to:

  • Any resident of our member communities
  • Local non-profit organizations
  • Educational institutions
  • Town or government institutions

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.