CT Valley Views, with Host Susan Regan, is a guest interview series that was developed for community TV to educate and inform North Central CT residents regarding municipal leadership, current affairs and political topics. Regan
"Proof to the People" is our show's byline, providing insight without bias into today's headlines and issues while generating a 360⁰ perspective. TVF's mission is to focus on topical subjects with thought provoking guests.Typical community television consists of community calendars, public access programming and municipal meetings. However, we believe that our format is a first in CT as a proprietary Public Access pilot program that has been very well received due to its content and guest diversity.
CT Valley Views has been presented with a 2012 Pegasus Award for its Public Access Show Series.
The Pegasus Awards are the video industry's premier competition for recognition of exemplary work produced by non-broadcast video professionals. “Evil in Our Midst-Child Trafficking” was recognized for its outstanding production quality in the Public Access category of interview formats. The production was assessed by a distinguished panel of judges representing industry professionals from around the country. "Child Trafficking" was honored with the prestigious Award of Distinction, particularly noteworthy as it is CTVV’s first entrée into a national video competition.
CT Valley Views
Series programs are available on:
Cox Enfield Channel 15
Fridays at 6 PM
Enfield, East Granby, East Windsor, Granby, Hartland, Somers,
Susan Regan, sitting inside her Granby television broadcast studio, started the Valley Forum as a way to offer stories of interest ot residents in the Farmington Valley. The shows are taped in Granby and have included guests like Erika Tindill, Executive Director of the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Connecticut Child Advocate Jeanne Milstein and Congressman John Larson. The painting on the wall, of Ben Hogan, was done by her mother, artist Sylvia Davis, and was placed in the studio for her interview with WTIC Sportscaster Scott Gray. (MARK MIRKO, Hartford Courant / April 26, 2011)
Windsor Federal Savings
is the proud Premier Sponsor of The CT Valley Views Series