JAM Three-Year Strategic Plan 2024-2026

Vision for JAM's future

“JAM is a space for local people to come together through media—physically and virtually—to create, engage in civic life, debate, and share stories.  JAM is a community of professional and amateur media makers who learn from each other and share a commitment to the common good.  JAM will be what we make of it—together.”  In our first formal Strategic Plan as Junction Arts & Media (JAM), we invite the public to co-create our future as the home base for media arts in the Upper Valley and beyond.

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Channeling the Upper Valley

JAM Public Hours

Monday - Friday
and many evenings/weekends for events at 5 S. Main Street, 1st floor (next to Tuckerbox Restaurant) in White River Junction, VT.

"JAM represents diversity in ideas, community, and all the other good things we can feast on, what media CAN ACTUALLY do."

 Duncan Nichols

More about JAM – Junction Arts & Media

JAM (formerly CATV) is a 501(c)3 non-profit media community serving Hartford, Hartland, and Norwich, VT and Hanover and Lebanon, NH. JAM connects the Upper Valley community through cable broadcast, internet streaming, podcasting, media education offerings, media-centered community events, and social media. JAM provides a platform for all members of the public to debate local issues, showcase artistic expression and celebrate school and community events. JAM delivers independent access to local political issues through the recording of local government meetings.

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Your donation enables JAM’s community media education programs and live broadcasting services that inform, educate and inspire all of us. JAM is a 501(c)3 community-building organization that enables open public dialogue, expression, and government transparency by providing access to the expanding world of media. Your gift may be tax-deductible.

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