GNAT Presents Award for Exceptional Volunteerism

GNAT Presents Award for Exceptional Volunteerism

GNAT Presents Award for Exceptional Volunteerism

Theo Talcott accepts this year’s GNATTY Award from Gant-TV’s Tammy Reilly.

Theo Talcott accepts this year’s GNATTY Award from Gant-TV’s Tammy Reilly.

Greater Northshire Access Television (GNAT-TV) has awarded its GNATTY Award for exceptional service to Manchester’s Theo Talcott, a volunteer producer who has hosted and produced two television series since 2012. Bernie Blackout News, his most recent program, began filming in April of 2016, and has 33 episodes to date. He also produced 25 episodes of The Climate Show from 2012 to 2016. He received the award at GNAT-TV’s annual Volunteer Appreciation event last week. According to Tammie Reilly, GNAT executive director, “Theo is committed to using video and television to document current events and our cultural and political climate. He travels far and wide to find true stories and share the human experience with his viewers. GNAT is proud to help facilitate his work by providing the video equipment and technical guidance. We hope that receiving this award encourages him to continue on his journey as a community media maker.”

Bernie Blackout News airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. on Channel 15 in Manchester and surrounding towns, and Channel 8 in Stratton, Weston and Londonderry. It can also be viewed online at gnat-tv.org. For more information, or to get involved at GNAT-TV, call 802-362-7070.

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