The Brattleboro Reformer, Windham County’s daily newspaper, offers breaking news updates and accessibility to its newsroom through use of social media. Other niche publications serve southern Vermont and the bordering New Hampshire towns. www.reformer.com
An award-winning nonprofit community weekly newspaper, The Commons offers a deep dive into local affairs. The Commons is reader – and advertiser – supported and published by Vermont Independent Media, which also offers outreach to local schools and their newspapers and to the community with its Media Mentoring Project. www.commonsnews.org
Brattleboro Community Television (BCTV) is carried on channels 8 and 10 to more than 6,000 households in Brattleboro, Guilford, Vernon, Putney, Dummerston, Jamaica, Townshend and Newfane, as well as to Chesterfield, NH by Comcast and Southern Vermont Cable. Both channels and on-demand programs can be streamed at www.brattleborotv.org.
A full-color, glossy magazine, SO Vermont Arts & Living celebrates the arts and life in southern Vermont, through profiles of artists, news features about economic trends in the arts sector, and highlights of the local food scene. www.vermontartsliving.com
Brattleboro’s own licensed, low-powered (100-watt) non-commercial, independent, community access radio station has been on the air since 2006. The eclectic station is volunteer-run, listener-supported, and streams online to a devoted listenership. www.wvew.org
News Director Tim Johnson and his mike cover just about everything that happens in and around town for this locally-owned and operated station, which also broadcasts our local sporting events. There’s music, too! www.wtsa.net
Green Mountain Mornings is Brattleboro’s AM public affairs talk show, where you can hear what’s happening from those involved. On FM, local DJ “Fish” (Pete Case) covers the morning drive and all remotes. He’s everywhere its’ “goin’ on.” www.wkvt.com
VPR provides an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region.