In it’s humble way, WilliNet encourages civic engagement and strengthens our community…one municipal meeting, one locally produced program, one editing class and camera-loan at a time.
Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil once said, “All politics is local”–that is why I decided to join the WilliNet team. WilliNet’s primary mission is to keep the local community informed. The more information the citizens of Williamstown have at hand, the more informed their decision-making becomes.
Working at WilliNet gives me the opportunity to contribute to the community.
Public access TV is the frontline for grassroots democracy – it’s my goal to keep that available for Williamstown. WilliNet is also a way for the people of our town to stay informed and entertained with what’s happening here.
I became a Willinet Board Member because I am impressed with the variety of programming offered. From producing sports shows for Williams College, to covering the town’s municipal meetings, to media-literacy & TV production workshops for our elementary school children, WilliNet is a vital local organization, reaching across all corners of the community.
WilliNet allows people to “be” at meetings and get info from the original source even if they can’t attend in person. More access to information equals more informed citizens, that’s why I support WilliNet.
I’m proud to participate on the Willinet board! Our community television station provides access to local government, education, and community activities.
WilliNet merges civic engagement, community relationships, and dynamic talent to be an informative and loved platform for all things Williamstown.
WilliNet connects me to my community. It keeps me informed about what’s happening locally by televising local government meetings and sharing information about local events.
I support WilliNet because every community needs a place where it can speak freely for itself. Especially now that all the local papers are consolidated under one owner, WilliNet offers a venue for independent speech and an outlet for citizen journalism for the whole town: from the kids at WES, to Williams College, to the community-at-large. Viva La Revolution!
I joined the WilliNet Board because I believe in what WilliNet provides: an open, free exchange of information, ideas and opinions. WilliNet is OUR television station, not the cable company’s or some corporate network’s, and that’s why it deserves my support…and yours!
WilliNet has two roles that are so important for our community: It provides a way for individuals to speak for themselves, by helping people learn how to communicate through video and by airing the voices of local people. WilliNet also brings alternative and independent national voices back into our community. Knowledge is strength, community is strength, WilliNet is strength!