Vermont Public Television (VPT) is the PBS member network for the state of Vermont. Originally owned and operated by the University Of Vermont, the network has been operating since October 16, 1967. Eventually, UVM sold-off the station to its current owners, Vermont ETV, Inc. Until 1997, it was known as Vermont Educational Television, or Vermont ETV (which is still the station's corporate name).
VPT's studios and offices are in Colchester, near Burlington.
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